ESPN takes a moment of silence during broadcast … the reason is creepy – IOTW Report

ESPN takes a moment of silence during broadcast … the reason is creepy

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During the NCAA women’s basketball tournament on Friday, ESPN sports announcers interrupted the broadcast on two different occasions to protest Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill and other bills like it across the country.

Background on Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill

The Parental Rights in Education bill prohibits Florida school employees from engage in classroom discussions about sexual orientation or gender identity grades kindergarten through third grade. Florida HB 1557 has been inaccurately dubbed as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill by Democrats, legacy media, and LGBTQ activists.

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So ESPN is mourning the fact that un-sexualized children cannot be groomed into a perverse world where everything is ADMITTEDLY queer?

15 Comments on ESPN takes a moment of silence during broadcast … the reason is creepy

  1. “Allyship”…I think the word you’re groping for is “alliance”, you jargon-addled cretin.

    ESPN took a permanent moment of silence in my life long ago.

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  2. Everything is politicized, even sports.

    A guy used to enjoy watching a game and enjoying a few beers with his buds and only have to think about the game.

    Now watch a game and you get liberal messages.

    Announcer Dan Skullian: Wow, the Jets tied the game with a TD…boy, do they have some real momentum going now…By the way folks, don’t miss the ABC special after the game of a group of gay football fans right here in New York and the struggles they endure about being accepted amongst the wider Jets fan base, and even getting beaten up. Ya know Chuck, they can drink a lot of beer and be loyal Jets fans as well as anyone can. They call themselves the Rock Hudson Club.

    Chuck McCheesie: Ya know Dan, you are absolutely right. My dad was as gay as can be and he loved, I mean really loved, his LA Rams. Once, he was allowed in the Rams locker room after a game…he always said how exquisite it was to meet his favorite Rams, like Roman Gabriel. Keep the dial on ABC folks for the special…not to be missed.

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  3. I HAVE NO CLUE WHAT THE FUCK THEY’RE TALKING ABOUT, BUT YOU KNOW WHO ELSE ARE TAKING MOMENTS OF SILENCE??

    COMEY

    CLAPPER

    BRENNAN

    SCHIFF

    WHERE’S NADLER??

    WHERE’S HUNTER??

    AND DOZENS MORE…

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  4. Fuck these assholes.

    There was a time when we might have stemmed the flow of this crap, now it’s a fire hose. I won’t take much satisfaction when their clusters of fuck die off in the 1st wave.

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  5. The first part is that it’s none of the (bribed) ESPN’s damn business. The second part to that is the majority of the ESPN Weaklings-Staff have been exposed as participants in human trafficking-kidnapping, largely against women and children and hidden by the sly media.

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  6. ESPN has been losing $billions a year for Disney since they fired their big viewer attractor for saying “Americans were good and America was a great country!”! Next Jan ESPN did 6 bowl games. 5 of the 6 had all time low viewers!

    Iger for years lied about ESPN’s decline. But about 3 or 4 year ago he admitted that firing Bocephus may have mortaly wounded ESPN. He went out of his way to rehire hank. Hank said “Kiss my ass!”!

    Maybe with the hiring of Troy they can stop the decline. Not likely regain the lost viewers; not with this BS!

  7. Hey at least Bill Walton wasn’t involved in that conversation. He would’ve droned on about his worship of the Grateful Dead, being a hippie and smoking dope and just being a major league asshole who nobody cares to hear his opinion about anything. He gets muted every time he’s on E S Pee On, I can’t stand the jerk, Howard Cosell may have been obnoxious but he was a piker compared to stoner bill. And Howard would probably put bill in the same dumbass category as OJ who he mercilessly derided as being the stupidest jock ever.

  8. I haven’t watched sports of any kind since 2016,I used to be a real Redskin fan. There I said it, REDSKINS!

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  9. Will old school Cleveland Indians fans now the Cleveland Guardians (they should’ve gone back to their earlier name of the Cleveland Spiders from the early years of modern baseball) even be allowed to attend games of the Guardians wearing old school gear depicting Chief Wahoo. Or will they be turned away because of political incorrectness?

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