Last Updated on June 5, 2023
The Democrat Mayor of Anaheim, California is pressuring the Anaheim-based Los Angles Major League Baseball team to accept and promote her radical LGBT agenda and has invited the anti-Catholic “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” to join her at the Angels’ June 7th “Pride Night” after the team was criticized by radicals for not making the event gay enough.
Anaheim, California Mayor Ashleigh Aitken has invited the anti-Catholic “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” to join her at the Angels’ June 7th “Pride Night”. The drag performance group is known for using sexual deviancy to mock the Catholic faith and Jesus Christ and was uninvited from the nearby Los Angeles Dodgers’ own pride night event before the team caved to pressure from radical LGBT’ers and reinvited them.
Much like the Dodgers, the Angels, one of the last teams in baseball to dedicate an entire game to homosexuality, have been blasted for caving to the LGBT movement, with critics saying that the Angels have brought the entire situation on themselves by allowing pride night to go on.
“I’m inviting the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to join me for @Angels Pride Night at Anaheim Stadium on June 7,” Aitken wrote in a pride flag-adorned tweet on May 20th. “Pride should be inclusive and like many, I was disappointed in the Dodgers [sic] decision,” referencing that team’s decision to uninvite the group, before caving to the pressure campaign of radicals.
In tune with Aitken’s anti-Catholic subversion of Major League Baseball, radical gay groups around Anaheim have blasted the Angels as of late for not making their pride night event gay enough and for not holding any on-the-field drag performances as part of the event.
Instead, the Angels have reportedly planned to keep the event low-key, and only fans who deliberately purchase a “Pride Night ticket package” will be given pride night merchandise, as opposed to in other stadiums where all fans have been hounded with rainbow apparel.
The organization has made no public comment on Aitken’s inviting of the “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence”.
The subversion of the Anaheim Angels is part of a wider pattern of Marxist attacks on baseball, virtually the only professional sport left in the United States that hasn’t completely sold out to the radical left.
As National File recently reported, several MLB players have taken stands in support of their faith and family values.
Last year, a group of Tampa Bay Rays players refused to don gay pride flags on their uniforms.
This year, Washington Nationals pitcher Trevor Williams spoke out forcefully against Major League Baseball’s corporate-backed embrace of the LGBT agenda. Williams, a devout Catholic, called on his “fellow Catholics to reconsider their support of an organization that allows this type of mockery of its fans to occur.”
On the other hand, after sharing an Instagram post from a Christian social media account that called for Christians to boycott stores and brands that are openly grooming children, like Target, Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Anthony Bass backed down and told the press that he’d submitted to pro-gay re-education courses at the behest of Major League Baseball’s only Canadian club.