CatholicVote Blasts Dodgers for giving in to anti-Catholic drag queens

The Los Angeles Dodgers have indeed proven themselves to be the “Bud Light of Baseball” after they backed down from the revival and re-invited the radical and anti-Christian gay and transgender group, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, to their Pride Night on June 16.

Now that the Dodgers have reversed their decision to disinvite the hate group from their gay pride night after acquiescing to Christians who were outraged that the group was set to get a community award at the game, Christians are stepping up their efforts to denounce the team for inviting the LGBTQ group back to the game.

CatholicVote pledges to resume its campaign to pressure the Dodgers to distance themselves from the hate group after the team pulled back to invite them back to their June 16 game.

“After the Los Angeles Dodgers re-invited an anti-Catholic hate group to be honored at the team’s June 16 LGBTQ+ Pride Party on Monday, CatholicVote President Brian Burch vowed to launch a ” barrage “of publicity against the team across Los Angeles and on game shows,” the group said in a press release Monday.

“It’s a slap in the face to all Catholics,” Burch added. “We’re raising $1 million as fast as we can, and we’ll smash this decision in publicity the Dodgers can’t ignore.”

“Every advertiser, every subscription holder, every charity, every fan must speak out against the Dodgers’ decision to promote anti-Catholic hatred,” Burch said. “Why does ‘pride’ have to include honoring the most grotesque and outrageous anti-Catholic perverts?”

CatholicVote’s decision comes after the team proudly announced it was presenting the Sisters with its Community Hero award at its upcoming June 16 gay pride night.

According to Fox News, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence have been known to dress in drag queen-inspired nun outfits to mock Catholics, including at pro-abortion rallies. Dressed as nuns, the group attend parades to advance the radical gay agenda.

Catholic League president Bill Donohue blasted the team for ‘promoting bigotry, not fighting it’ with its obscene award for the anti-Catholic group.

“These gay fanatics have been known to fake sodomy while dressed as nuns,” Donohue said. “They like to present a ‘condom savior mass’, one that describes how ‘the latex host is the flesh of the life of the world’.”

Donohue also noted that the group was also called “Sister Homo Fellatio” and “Sister Joyous Reserectum” and pointed out that “just last month the group held an event mocking the Virgin Mary and Jesus on Sunday of Easter”.

After pressure from Christians, the team announced that they had heard their concerns and decided to disinvite the radical hate group from its nightly gay pride festivities.

“Given the strong feelings of those who were offended by the inclusion of the sisters in our evening, and in an effort not to distract from the great benefits we have seen over the years of Pride Night, we decide to remove them from this group of winners of the year,” MLB said in a statement.

However, since the announcement disinviting the group from the June 16 match, the extreme gay lobby has sprung into action to extort the team for the move. The gay bands campaign prompted the team to make another decision, this time to invite the sisters back to the gay pride party.

The team released a provocative statement inscribed in the colors of the rainbow.

The team’s announcement renewing its support for the anti-Catholic sectarian group drew many comments on Twitter:

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