A reporter for ESPN had a meltdown over the news that several members of the Tampa Bay Rays baseball teams refused to don LGBT logos as part of ‘PRIDE’ month celebrations.
As The Daily Wire reports:
ESPN’s Sarah Spain this week slammed the handful of MLB players who refused to wear rainbow-colored pride night logos on their uniform as “bigoted,” and mocked religious reservations as “BS,” or bulls***.
…“‘Pride’ is about inclusion, so you don’t love them or you don’t welcome them if you’re not willing to wear the patch,” Spain claimed on ESPN airwaves.…
“This is not just about baseball,” she continued. “That religious exemption BS (bulls***) 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 closed her rant.
LGBT activists have in recent years become more and more critical of religious faith exemptions that prevent individuals from showing allegiance to their radical cause.
It is unfortunate that this reporter doesn’t understand that disagreement isn’t hate. In her rush to push inclusion, she fails to recognize that she is the one who is excluding those who don’t think like her.