Wednesday, October 5, 2016

The war on police took another turn when a Pennsylvania Party City employee refused to sell balloons for a fallen police officer’s memorial service.

Karly Lane went to the party store to purchase balloons to honor Duquesne Police officer Robert Gogo Jr., who had died in an off duty motorcycle accident a month earlier. When Lane told the employee what the balloons were for, her request was denied.

Gogo lost his life, but this didn’t matter to the Party City employee. There was no compassion shown for Gogo’s friends and family.

Lane posted about this horrible treatment on Facebook. It was shared so many times that it made Party City respond, as you can see in the video below.

Party City is holding an internal investigation and plans to have sensitivity training for employees. They wouldn’t say if the employee was fired.

So, in Obama’s America, a Christian baker is forced to make a cake for a gay wedding, but it’s okay for balloons to be denied for police officers. I am counting down the days until he is out of office!

Please share this if you support our police officers!


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