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Big Trans Hate Machine Targets Pitching Great Curt Schilling

Former Boston Red Sox great Curt Schilling says that men are men and women are women. That may cost him his job on ESPN.

Schilling tweeted a meme that showed a man with a long wig, cut-out shirt, and stockings saying, “Let him in! To the restroom with your daughter or else you’re a narrow minded, judgmental, unloving, racist bigot who needs to die!!”

On a later comment, Schilling said, “A man is a man no matter what they call themselves. I don’t care what they are, who they sleep with, men’s room was designed for the penis, women’s not so much. Now you need laws telling us differently? Pathetic.”

Predictably, the Big Tranny Hate Machine quickly pounced. Jay Brown of the anti-Christian Human Rights Campaign said Schilling’s “public and derogatory attack on transgender people was extremely troubling.” He said comments like Schillings constitute “ugly propaganda” and would be dangerous for men in dresses. Brown also insisted that transsexuals are baseball fans.

Just as predictably, ESPN announced “We are taking this matter very seriously and are in the process of reviewing it.”

On his personal blog, Schilling defended himself and lashed out at his critics.

The meme the world decided to rally behind that I posted months ago. The meme that some of you clowns and more of you spineless looking to be offended folks turned into something it was not. Every one of you gutless cowards, when ‘calling me out’ or calling me a racist, every one of you left out the only word in that entire meme that mattered. You had to, otherwise you’d have had to go elsewhere to find offense and create something out of nothing. Let me help you now. All of you fraudulent media folks, you lazy ass “don’t actually want to work for a story” clowns. The word you left out? the ONLY word that mattered? EXTREMIST. That word being omitted creates two completely different posts with two very different meanings. I don’t dislike or hate Muslims, or people of the Islamic faith. Ask my friends that are both. But then again you all knew that, but when you omit the word extremist you create a person that doesn’t exist and have a story with traction, even if it is a complete lie.’

He also wrote:

I’m loud, I talk too much, I think I know more than I do, those and a billion other issues I know I have. Like everyone one of you I have flaws, but I’m ok with my flaws, they’re what make me, me. I thank the Lord for the life I’ve been given. A life interspersed and occupied by men and women who are gay, by people of all races and religions, by men and women who dress as the other, by men and women who’ve changed to women and men. Not one decision I’ve ever made about a person has anything to do with those things I just mentioned, nor will it ever.

This is not the first time the colorful Schilling has gotten crosswise with political correctness. ESPN pulled him from the Little League World Series after he posted a meme comparing the relatively small numbers of Germans who were Nazis and the even larger percentage of Muslims who are Islamists.

He was suspended altogether after he tweaked his ESPN bosses on a donation form to Ben Carson. Under “Name of Employer”, Schilling wrote, “ESPN (Not sure how much longer). Under “Occupation”, he wrote, “Analyst (For now anyway).

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