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ESPN Analyst Calls Christian Baseball Players Bigots


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ESPN has slowly become a network that is filled with leftist propaganda.

After Five Tampa Bay Ray baseball players decided not to wear “pride patches” because they want to follow Jesus, ESPN analyst Sarah Pain in response called them bigots.

During the show Around the Horn, ESPN analyst Sarah Spain was quoted saying “that religious exemption BS is used in sports and otherwise also allows for people to be denied health care, jobs, apartments, children, prescriptions, all sorts of rights”.

She would follow up that statement by calling the Christian players bigots for not wearing “pride patches”.

Fox News had these details to share:

The five Tampa Bay Rays players who refused to wear the gay pride logo on their uniforms because of their religious beliefs are “bigots,” says ESPN commentator Sarah Spain.

“[This] is what tends to happen when frivolous class isn’t affected by things,” Spain begins. “That religious exemption BS is used in sports 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 you say trying to be bigoted.”

Got all that? Spain has no respect for your religion or any opinions that differ from hers. She represents the party of tolerance.

OutKick added to the story too:

ESPN commentator Sarah Spain declared five Tampa Bay Rays players “bigots” for not wearing the gay pride logo on their uniforms.

We have reached out to ESPN to see if the network agrees with Spain’s statement. While ESPN likely won’t respond, there’s reason to believe that it does not support her comments.

Spain made this declaration Monday on Around the Horn, one of the top promoted shows at the network. And three days later, ESPN still has not posted this specific segment to its website or on its social media accounts.



 

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