Honestly, we’re not sure how the Hill managed to write this tweet without going into full-blown orgasm:
— The Hill (@thehill) April 26, 2018
Plenty of others are joining in on the orgy:
— Elizabeth ❄️ Oliver (@arkresistance) April 26, 2018
Thoughts and prayers
— Jeffrey (@shor87472072) April 26, 2018
— Sergey Scollan (@sms110850) April 26, 2018
Bye, bye! pic.twitter.com/DtApG8Ens4
— Luce (@LuceResists) April 26, 2018
— Sandy Campisciana (@BellaCampi56) April 26, 2018
— Ntombi A. Peters (@Ntombi) April 26, 2018
Some days, karma is glorious.
— Esqueuezme: Wat Tyler's pissed off,avenging sister (@Esqueuezme) April 26, 2018
Speaking of karma, the Hill’s seriously overdue. Because once again, their article doesn’t back up the Twitter headline:
The Indiana pizzeria once at the center of a national debate over religious freedom has permanently closed its doors.
Memories Pizza in Walkerton, Ind. closed for business last month, The South Bend Tribune reported Monday.
Its owners, Kevin and Crystal O’Connor, were the center of a media firestorm in April 2015, when they said they would refuse to cater a gay wedding because of their religious beliefs.
Memories Pizza never “refused service to gay people.” The Christian owners were asked if they would cater a hypothetical gay wedding and said no. But they also said that they would never deny service to gay or non-Christian customers who came into their restaurant. But if there’s one thing that Real Journalists™ have taught us, it’s to never let the truth get in the way of a good narrative.
They never refused to serve gay people, you god damned liars. https://t.co/6HBa7oq0p9
— RBe (@RBPundit) April 26, 2018
Once again a GROSSLY misleading headline. Just like the bakery. Not catering a wedding and refusing service to gays IS NOT THE SAME THING!
— Rob Walker (@notrobwalker17) April 26, 2018
You’re not very good at your job
— Michael (@MichaelCraig18A) April 26, 2018