Last Updated on June 17, 2023
Thousands of Christians and baseball fans protested outside of Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California last night, as the LA Dodgers Major League Baseball team held their “pride night” event that featured, among other things, the anti-Catholic Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, a drag group whose entire schtick revolves around mocking Catholicism and the wider Christian faith through homosexuality.
Though the Dodgers had initially invited and then un-invited the “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” from the team’s pride event, the organization caved to pressure from LGBT radicals and re-invited the anti-Christian deviants, leading thousands of Christians to stand up and fight back.
The crowd of protesters was so large and the “pride night” event was so unpopular, that protesters appeared to outnumber drag performance attendees by a big margin, as can be observed in the videos below.
DODGER STADIUM-The “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” are recognized for Pride night to a mostly empty audience.
Two Dodgers fan nearby begin loudly booing after they’re announced: pic.twitter.com/OO6NT5RIc8
— Savanah Hernandez (@sav_says_) June 17, 2023
LOS ANGELES- A huge group of Catholics and Christians have already arrived outside of Dodger Stadium to pray in protest of the Dodgers honoring the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
A drag group that has repeatedly mocked Christ and the Catholic faith: pic.twitter.com/oHPIeHoCI3
— Savanah Hernandez (@sav_says_) June 16, 2023
Among the pro ballplayers ripping the Dodgers and MLB for their groveling to the LGBT mob, known to many as the “Alphabet Mafia,” has been Washington Nationals pitcher Trevor Williams, a devout Catholic. Williams released a public statement earlier this month, calling the Dodgers pride event a “blatant and deeply offensive mockery of my religion, and the religion of over 4 million people in Los Angeles County alone.”
“As a devout Catholic, I am deeply troubled by the Dodgers’ decision to re-invite and honor the group ‘The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence’ at their Pride Night this year,” Williams’ statement reads.
“…To invite and honor a group that makes a blatant and deeply offensive mockery of my religion, and the religion of over 4 million people in Los Angeles County alone, undermines the values of respect and inclusivity that should be upheld by any organization,” Williams statement went on, before calling on “fellow Catholics to reconsider their support of an organization that allows this type of mockery of its fans to occur.”
In addition to pushback from Williams, the MLBPA, the union that represents the league’s players, has reportedly been inundated with negative feedback from players who are standing up to oppose the radical LGBT’ers who have sought to take over pop culture and the sporting world.
Unlike in Los Angeles, the vast majority of MLB teams have foregone large public “pride month” displays this year, and Major League Baseball directed teams NOT to wear rainbow-colored pride patches and hat insignia after fans called out the league’s gay pride embrace in 2022, and after several MLB players outright refused to wear the rainbow gay pride insignia.
While Trevor Williams has been outspoken in his opposition to “pride month” and has stuck to his guns, Blue Jays pitcher Anthony Bass did quite the opposite, groveling to LGBTism in the face of adversity, when he was targetted by the woke mob and his own team leadership for sharing a Christian Instagram post that spoke out against the LGBT lobby’s targeting of small children.
After he backtracked and groveled to LGBTism, the Blue Jays demoted Bass to the minor leagues anyways, once again showing that backing down does no one any good.