Sorry, Cancer Patients And Boston Marathon Victims: Indiana's Memories Pizza Raised More Than You On GoFundMe


The GoFundMe campaign supporting the bigoted owners of Memories Pizza in Walkerton, Indiana, has ended, raising the O'Connor family a grand total of $842,387.

The page was started Wednesday by a reporter at Glenn Beck's The after Crystal told a local reporter the restaurant supported the state's religious freedom law and would turn away a gay customer who wanted them to cater a gay wedding.

Donations started pouring in from sympathizers across the country, who've successfully turned this family into near-millionaires in the name of prejudice Jesus.

Related: Pizzeria Owner Explains “No Gay Weddings” Policy: “We’re Sad For Them”

O'Connor told Fox News last night that she and her father would open Memories Pizza again after a temporary shutdown. Earlier today, The AP reported Crystal and her father had changed their minds, opting to shutter the business permanently and go into hiding.

And by "hiding" we imagine she means buy a home in Turks and Caicos and become correspondents on Fox News.

According to GoFundMe's Most Raised page, the fund benefiting Memories Pizza is the second highest-funded project in the website's history, raising more money than funds for  a woman dying from a rare cancer, victims disfigured by the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, and a disabled man brutally beaten outside his home.