Our moonbat overlords have already commenced the homosexualization of the military. Next up: professional sports. Surprisingly, someone has actually shown the backbone to put up resistance:
In a recent Los Angeles Times story, Detroit Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter was quoted as saying his Christian beliefs would make it “difficult and uncomfortable” for him to accept an openly gay teammate.
Note that he said “openly”; Hunter isn’t prying into anybody’s private perversions. Nonetheless, his thought crime makes him a fit candidate for a media Two-Minute Hate.
The nauseatingly left-wing sport punditocracy will be the main driver of turning MLB locker rooms into San Francisco bathhouses. Preens Fox’s Jon Paul Morosi:
I believe Hunter’s statement could prove constructive — but not because I agree with him. In fact, I don’t. Rather, Hunter has inadvertently provided baseball with the impetus to begin serious preparations for the sport’s next great social responsibility. One day, perhaps not long from now, baseball will have an openly gay player. And the only way for the sport to live up to its transformative legacy is to encourage a candid, informed discussion on the subject until that moment arrives.
You read that correctly. Promoting disease-spreading sexual deviancy is baseball’s “next great social responsibility.”
Already you can’t watch a football game without listening to extended tirades denouncing our right to bear arms. In baseball, pitching coach Roger McDowell and shortstop Yunel Escobar were both suspended recently for poking fun at homosexuals, to Morose’s sanctimonious approval. Soon you won’t be able to bring your kids to a ballgame unless you want them to see perverts promoting their careers by French kissing in the dugout.
No corner of life is to be left unsullied by the liberal agenda.
There is a great opportunity here for an athlete who wants to live in history. You don’t even need to be homosexual; just declare that you are. For generations to come, sports writers will coo and fawn over you. All players will be required to wear your number on your birthday for generations to follow.
On a tip from Wiggins.