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Have you noticed that everything is about politics these days?
I grew up in the 1970’s and 80’s. Star Wars, Hank Aaron and the Atlanta Braves.
It was a great time to be a kid.
Back then, politics was relegated to Sunday mornings on network television.
But now – everything is political.
The Tampa Bay Devil Rays are in the middle of a big Gay Pride controversy.
Five players refused to wear rainbow-colored uniforms. They said endorsing the LGBT agenda violated their Christian beliefs.
You’ve got nearly every sports reporter in the nation calling the guys homophobes.
And the Milwaukee Brewers held a family-friendly drag queen show.
Meanwhile, the Carolina Panthers just added their first transgender cheerleader – man who identifies as a woman – wearing a skimpy halter top and short-shorts.
Here’s how Breitbart covered the historic professional football news:
Several NFL cheer squads have hired male members, but it appears that Lindsay is the NFL’s first openly trans cheerleader.
Lindsay did not post tell followers about trying out for the squad ahead of time.
“I was so scared,” Lindsay told BuzzFeed. “There’s just some things you can’t post.”
“I’m happy because I was able to break down that door and tell people, hey, we are not just sexual beings,” Lindsay concluded. “We are actual human beings who want to better ourselves. I felt like why not tell the world — hey listen, this is a great accomplishment.”Breitbart
And Notre Dame just revised their 114-year-old fight song — to make it more inclusive.
The previous version of the song included the line “While her loyal sons are marching onward to victory,” which has now been changed to sing “While her loyal sons and daughters March on to victory.”
Professional sports is no longer about the thrill of victory or the agony of defeat. It’s about bowing down to the sex and gender revolutionaries — and pledging allegiance to their flag.
Man, I sure do miss the 80’s.