Video: ESPN Host Says Tampa Bay Rays Players Who Refused LGBT Clothing Are “Bigoted”

by Steve Watson

Francesco Abbruzzino, The Uncensored Report, LLC


A pundit for ESPN declared Tuesday that the Tampa Bay Rays players who refused to wear ‘Pride’ patches on their clothing, citing “religious exemption BS” are “bigoted”.


As we reported yestreday, several Tampa baseball players opted out of displaying support for gay pride by refusing to wear Pride Night uniforms, citing their belief in Jesus Christ as the reason.



Despite detailed explanations from the players as to why they chose not to display the LGBTQ symbols, they were immediately rounded upon by lunatics for refusing to display loyalty to one of the regime’s primary political front groups.


When the topic was brought up on ESPN, commentator Sarah Spain wasted no time in denouncing the players.


Speaking in a robotic tone, Spain stated “Pride is about inclusion, so you don’t love them, and you don’t welcome them if you’re not willing to wear the patch.”


She continued, “And calling it a ‘lifestyle’ reveals to me that you’ve done not even a modicum of research or understanding on this topic. It’s what tends to happen when a privileged class isn’t affected by things.”


“This is not just about baseball,” Spain asserted, adding “That religious exemption BS which is used in sport and otherwise also allows for people to be denied health care, jobs, apartments, children, prescriptions, all sorts of rights.”

“We have to stop tiptoeing around it because we’re trying to protect people who are trying to be bigoted from asking for them to be exempt from it, when the very people that they are bigoted against are suffering the consequences,” Spain further proclaimed.


“They’re trying to use religious exemptions to affect the opportunities, services, available resources for people who are LGBTQ+,” the pundit further claimed, adding that the players are “double talking if they’re saying ‘you’re welcome’ while also saying that ‘we don’t encourage’ or ‘we disagree with it.’”





There you have it, if you don’t display the colours of the mob, you’re a target.


This stuff isn’t just limited to baseball, and it isn’t just limited to LGBT colours.



And where does this end?




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