Crowds for LA Dodger games are almost always full of interesting people, and with LGTBQ+ Pride Night on June 16th, the team had invited all the heathenistic homosexual sinners to come out for a night. Initially among them, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence found their group invited initially to receive the Community Hero Award, but then had that offer withdrawn following a massive uproar.
Given the group’s history of hosting blasphemous events like their 10k person “Hunky Jesus” contest where they sexualized and mocked Christ, it’s easy to see why they were uninvited. Their way of life not only is inconsistent with the moral majority of the people in LA, but also with the Dodgers organization, and all of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Quickly the pussy hat-wearing, signboard-carrying, perpetual victims made their case to get them back on the field. On May 22nd they got their wish and were reinvited back less than 48 hours after they were told to stay home.
In a statement on the 22nd about the change the Dodgers said: “After much thoughtful feedback from our diverse communities, honest conversations within the Los Angeles Dodgers organization and generous discussions with the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, the Los Angeles Dodgers would like to offer our sincerest apologies to the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, members of the LGBTQ+ community and their friends and families.”
The award they are now again receiving is a revered award. Just back in 2016, they presented it to Sergeant Yvette Ahumada and Senior Investigator Jose Medrano of the District Attorney’s office. This duo arrested over 60 adults for their involvement in the sex trade, arrested 17 pimps, and got over 50 child victims out of the hell that had become their lives.
Real heroes need to be receiving these awards. Not a bunch of cross-dressing sinners who wish to make a mockery of Christ and his sacrifices for our sins.