Curt Schilling Commits More Thought Crime on Social Media

Legendary baseball great and infamous thought criminal Curt Schilling has really done it now:


If that wasn’t enough to make him persona non grata for life at militantly leftist ESPN, how about sharing this:


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Schilling was already in the dog house at ESPN for warning about the threat posed by Islam, which got him suspended. Now,

An ESPN spokesman told in a statement Tuesday evening, “We are taking this matter very seriously and are in the process of reviewing it.”

Transsexuals are of course sacred to liberals, who regard it as so intolerable that anyone would not encourage male deviants to use private facilities intended for women and girls that many musicians who are past their prime and struggling to regain relevance (Bruce Springsteen, Ringo Starr, Pearl Jam, Bryan Adams) noisily refuse to perform in states like North Carolina where this is not allowed.

To the ultra-lefties running ESPN, Schilling’s ideological intransigence must be sheer blasphemy. This is the outfit that at the ESPY awards last summer gave its Arthur Ashe Courage Award to Bruce Jenner on the grounds that he was an athlete decades before becoming a transvestite.

Schilling has also provoked controversy by opining that Hillary Clinton should go to jail for her crimes.

His athletic career is worthy of the Hall of Fame, but it will not save his job.

Schilling will be made an unperson. But fans of the 1993 Phillies, 2001 Diamondbacks, and 2004 and 2007 Red Sox will remember him forever.

A true great who belongs in the Hall of Fame.

On a tip from Sean C. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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