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Cinotti’s Bakery apologizes for anti-LGBTQ Facebook submit through Delight

JACKSONVILLE Beach front —  After a bitter weekend controversy over anti-LGBTQ social media posts, customers lined up Tuesday morning to help Cinotti’s Bakery by obtaining packing containers of doughnuts, cookies and pastries.

The family-owned bakery that’s been a Jacksonville Seaside institution for a long time has been the heart of a social media firestorm after enterprise co-operator Doodle Crumbley Cinotti posted a meme and comments some say are anti-LGBTQ on her Fb site during the first days of Pride Thirty day period. 

Both she and the enterprise have publicly apologized. But they keep on being the target of controversy that involves some on social media stating they will under no circumstances patronize the bakery again although other posters say there must be a boycott.

A screen grab shows the controversial post shared by Cinotti's Bakery co-owner Doodle Crumbley Cinotti on her personal Facebook page that sparked a social media backlash against her family and their landmark Jacksonville Beach bakery.

On Tuesday early morning, the to start with working day of business since the outcry around the social media article began, an off-responsibility police officer doing work as a security guard was stationed at the bakery, but no incidents were being noted.

Instead, the bakery’s parking ton and restaurant had been stuffed with supporters, including Richard White Jr., who drove extra than 25 miles from Orange Park to give assist to the Cinotti family members and to get coffee in advance of an appointment at Mayo Clinic Jacksonville.