Gay Activists Mock ‘Memories Pizza’ After They Buy 2 Pizzas for Their 3rd Gay Wedding

Gay activists Robin Trevino and Jason Delgatto went to Memories Pizza in Indiana and bought two pizzas for their third public marriages.
Then they mocked the Christian-owned business online in a YouTube video:

Memories Pizza came under attack by leftists after a local reporter asked the hypothetical question of whether or not they’d prefer to have their family owned business, Memories Pizza, cater a gay wedding. Thee owner said ‘no’ citing their own religious beliefs as the reason.

The pizza joint immediately came under attack in April and was forced to temporarily shut down after the report ran on local TV.

The business is still a target for the left.
TIME reported:

Memories Pizza, the Indiana pizzeria that controversially claimed earlier this year that it would never cater a gay wedding, has unwittingly catered a gay wedding.

Robin Trevino and Jason Delgatto first exchanged vows in Illinois in 2008 and secured a marriage license in Iowa the following year, but they chose to renew their vows this month to commemorate the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges, which guaranteed same-sex couples the right to marry.

The proprietors of Memories Pizza, who in April cited an Indiana religious-freedom law to justify not serving at gay weddings, were presumably less than thrilled with the ruling. Trevino, who belongs to a gay comedy troupe, chose to add insult to injury: before their vow renewal ceremony, he drove to the Walkerton, Ind., pizza parlor and ordered two pies, which the couple served to their guests.

The couple is now asking for donations after their YouTube stunt.

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