(READ) Trump statement on politically-correct sports team names

– September 20, 2021 – 
Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America
Anybody that changes the name of the once storied Cleveland Indians to the Cleveland Guardians should not be running for the United States Senate representing the Great People of Ohio. The Atlanta Braves didn’t change their name, and the Florida State Seminoles didn’t change their chant, but Cleveland has, and they were there first. Despite this, a man named Matt Dolan, the son of the owner of the team, said he is against Cancel Culture. Do those two things really work together? In any event, I know of at least one person in the race who I won’t be endorsing. The Republican Party has too many RINOs!

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  1. I got a notice last week from my old (Catholic) high school that it is dropping the nickname “Braves.” This did not surprise me, since the alumni magazine – and hence the school – has gone increasingly PC in recent years. The school officials seem intent on showing the local (Seattle) political and cultural establishment that they are obedient adherents of the leftist worldview that dominates the area.

    The same thing has happened to my alma mater, Seattle University (Jesuit), which dropped the nickname “Chieftains” many years ago and now allows on-campus Drag Queen shows. The idea of Christian resistance and witness to an increasingly pagan society is apparently foreign to both of these schools.

    1. What has HAPPENED to Our Country? and HOW do we STOP IT?

      “Voting” – if you can still call it that (I can’t) – doesn’t seem to work as long as they’re using machines and PLANS Made in China.

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