HS Coach Who Threatened to Burn Down Pizzeria was Merely “Adding To The Conversation”
Obama can get a new golfing partner.
Obama’s America in 2015. A psychotic, deranged mob goes apeshit on a business in Indiana, with a local high school coach calling for the business to be burned to the ground. But she was only “adding to the conversation” about Indiana’s RFRA law. Talk about the sorry state of journalism.
A Concord High School coach has been suspended after she tweeted about arson in relation to a Walkerton pizzeria whose owners told the media they agree with the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Jess Dooley, who is the head coach of the girls golf program and also an assistant coach with the softball and girls basketball programs, took to Twitter Wednesday, April 1, to voice her opinion about the RFRA.
She was adding to the conversation about Memories Pizza, a Walkerton restaurant whose owners announced in a television news segment that they would not cater gay weddings.
Threatening to burn a business down is not adding to the conversation, it’s criminal behavior.
The police department conducted an investigation and forwarded the case to the St. Joseph County Prosecutor’s Office for possible charges, according to a statement released to the media.
“The Walkerton Police Department is committed to extending professional police services to all in need, regardless of said person’s sexual, religious, or political views,” according to the release. “We encourage all to follow Indiana Laws and Statutes. We ask that all frustrations and rebuttals with Memories Pizza’s recent media statements remain within the law.” More