Gender, White Racism, CRT
Dodgers pitcher Blake Treinen has publicly told his team to quit the LGBTQ propaganda after it invited the anti-Catholic drag queen group “The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” to its Pride Night.
In a public statement, Treinen said the drag queen group engages in “blasphemous” performances and “displays hate and mockery of Catholics and the Christian faith.”
“I understand that playing baseball is a privilege and not a right. My convictions in Jesus Christ will always come first. Since I have been with the Dodgers, they have been at the forefront of supporting a wide variety of groups,” he said.
“However, inviting the Sister’s of Perpetual Indulgence to perform disenfranchises a large community and promotes hate of Christians and people of faith,” he added. “This single event alienates the fans and supporters of the Dodgers, Major League Baseball, and professional sports.”
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has signed a bill into law that extends the state’s ban on transgender athletes playing in women’s sports from K-12 and now to college sports.
The state had already passed a law in 2021 that prevents boys claiming to be girls from playing K-12 girls’ sports. But the new law prevents college students from participating in girl’s sports under their “chosen” gender, even if they have had gender reassignment surgery, Fox News reports.
“Look, if you are a biological male, you are not going to be competing in women’s and girls’ sports in Alabama. It’s about fairness, plain and simple,” Ivey said after signing the bill into law.
“Forcing women to compete against biological men would reverse decades of progress that women have made for equal opportunity in athletics,” Bill sponsor Republican Rep. Susan DuBose said during the debate of the bill.
Disney has a man in a dress working in the dress store for little girls at Disneyland. This is who Disney wants girls to see when they first walk in to pick out a dress.
Calgary Mayor Jyoti Gondek congratulated Alberta Premier Danielle Smith and the United Conservative Party for winning the election.
“I look forward to building relationships with all Calgary MLAs and meeting with the premier in the days to come,” said Gondek in a Tuesday statement.
The mayor went on to say there is “no room for hate in a city and province that is slowly recovering from an economic recession that stood to cripple us.” Calgary rose up from the recession and created economic stability, with a strong workforce comprised of diverse people.
“That’s why homophobic, misogynistic, transphobic, and racist views cannot be tolerated,” she said.
Saskatoon’s Roman Catholic diocese supports the Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools (GSCS) administration following protests sparked by a leaked email last Thursday telling teachers to avoid the LGBTQ-themed Rainbow Tent at a children’s festival.
The message sent by GSCS Supt. Tom Hickey to school principals advised them to stop students from visiting the Rainbow Tent at the upcoming Nutrien Children’s Festival of Saskatchewan, as it was not to be “supported.”
A diocese spokesperson stated while they work with the school division on the well-being of students, the diocese did not provide any instruction about whether or not to visit the Rainbow Tent.
In a statement, Bishop Mark Hagemoen of Saskatoon said he supported the GSCS decision to avoid the Rainbow Tent.
The traditionally conservative and Christian-valued fast food joint, Chick-fil-A, drew attention when it was discovered that Erick Reynolds was appointed Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion two years ago.
Chick-fil-A is navigating choppy waters on social media as conservative patrons unearth a suite of diversity initiatives sponsored by its headquarters. This revelation arrives on the heels of brands like Bud Light and Target feeling the heat for promoting progressive ideologies.
The traditionally conservative and Christian-valued fast food joint, Chick-fil-A, drew attention when it was discovered that Erick Reynolds was appointed Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion two years ago. Notably, the company champions a slew of diversity programs, specifically tailored to women and racial minorities, on its website, a fact that gained traction following recent blows to Target and Bud Light’s market performance.
Flashback to three years ago when Chick-fil-A’s Chairman, Dan Cathy, called on Americans to take a stance against racism by shining their friends’ and neighbors’ shoes. A clip featuring Cathy, who is white, polishing the shoes of Black Christian rapper Lecrae, advocating for “a sense of shame, a sense of embarrassment” also made rounds on social media this week.
Canadian Museum for Human Rights gets fact checked by Twitter Government-funded Twitter account gets fact checked for posting false information
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights’ Twitter post about 215 “discovered” Indigenous children’s remains got fact checked by the social media company for making the false claim.
Canadian Museum for Human Rights gets fact checked by Twitter
To date, no remains have been discovered.
The Museum’s post said “It has been two years since the remains of 215 children were discovered in unmarked graves at Kamloops Indian Residential School.”
The post attached a picture of dozens of pairs of children’s shoes, and a poster that read “Children should not be buried in school yards.”
Toronto Blue Jays call Christian player “hateful” for supporting Bud Light boycott Does anyone think the Blue Jays would reprimand a Muslim for expressing his beliefs about gender?
Toronto Blue Jays call Christian player “hateful” for supporting Bud Light boycott
Does anyone think the Blue Jays would reprimand a Muslim for expressing his beliefs about gender?
Miller’s video showed him quoting scripture to encourage Christians to boycott Bud Light and Target for their respective anti-women and anti-children branding. (Bud Light reduced womanhood to a feeling, and Target sold Pride-friendly clothes to children, including bathing suits in the female section with a penis ‘tuck’.)
Chaos ensued. First, mainstream media outlets piled on Bass, calling for him to apologize. Some even said he should be kicked off the Blue Jays for good.
Bass caved to the pressure almost instantly. He deleted his post – but that wasn’t enough.
The next day at the Blue Jays clubhouse, Bass went to his manager’s office to apologize. The GM of the Blue Jays, Ross Atkins, was also present. But that wasn’t enough either.
His manager, John Schneider, told Bass that his apology needed to be louder. Bass then apologized to his teammates, as if Vladdy Guerrero Jr. honestly gave a flying fadoo.
Bass then issued an apology to the press.
AMERICAN NEWS May 31, 2023 Target shares tank, retailer loses $12 BILLION over 2 weeks Target’s market value has been in freefall since mid-May, going from $74 billion to nearly $62 billion in just two weeks.
Target’s stock price has continued to trend downward after reaching its lowest point in nearly three years last week, marking its longest losing streak since 2018. The retail giant’s losses over the past couple of weeks have swelled to over $12.4 billion as backlash grows over its decision to sell Pride merchandise to children.
On May 26th, Uganda’s parliament signed into law the “Anti-Homosexuality Act 2023”, which prescribes life imprisonment for homosexuality and the death penalty for “aggravated homosexuality”, as well as harsh penalties for the “promotion” of homosexuality.
The West’s reaction was swift.
President Biden called the Act the “the latest development in an alarming trend of human rights abuses and corruption in Uganda”, and said that his administration is considering the “application of sanctions”. Likewise, EU Foreign Affairs Representative Joseph Borell described the Act as “contrary to international human rights law”, and said that Uganda’s failure to protect its citizens “will undermine relationships with international partners”.
Now, I should mention that I agree with Biden and Borell: homosexuality should not be illegal. Yet I can’t help but notice their glaring hypocrisy.
Here are some of the countries where homosexuality is currently illegal: Nigeria, Algeria, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Qatar and the UAE. Notice anything? They’re some of Europe’s biggest energy suppliers, and in the case of Saudi Arabia one of America’s most important “allies”.