Saturday, August 15, 2020

Kansas City Progressive Media Make Tenuous Social Justice Baseball Connection

Right now we just wanted to share a quick example of how local donation media work the "social justice" protest angel of every story for better and worse.

A more accurate report . . .

MLB set to commemorate 100th anniversary of Negro Leagues

A skillful spin . . .

Baseball's Celebration Of The Negro Leagues Made More Poignant As The Royals Play In Minneapolis

When the Kansas City Royals arrived in Minnesota late Wednesday night, the impact of where the team would spend the next five days sunk in right away with hitting coach Terry Bradshaw. "Things go through your mind. You know this is where the George Floyd incident happened," says Bradshaw, who is Black and in Minneapolis for a four-game series against the Minnesota Twins.

12 comments:

Gaylord Crabbe said...

Who gives a goddamn?

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

Well, then you clowns should forfeit all four games
You know, in the name of social justice, or some other just as stupid reason

Anonymous said...

Tenuous connection at best. The negro leagues were founded in KC, and they happen to be in Minnie this weekend where a felon was murdered by cops with self control issues... not much of a connection to a real civil rights accomplishment that the negro leagues became.

Jameson said...

^^^

Absolutely GREAT comment. Thank you for posting it. Nice to see some people in KC aren't blinded by the mainstream media. If you want to talk about somebody who actually "gets it" then look no further than 10:11.

DAMN WELL DONE!

Anonymous said...

How can it be the 100th anniversary of Negro Leagues when the league hasn't been around for 70 years? Also it only last about 30 years to begin with. More overrated BLM bullshit.

It's one lie after another when it comes to the black race and history.

Anonymous said...


This George Floyd BS is how weak black people are. George Floyd was not killed by any cop. George Floyd was one of those people in society that ruin things for everyone. He was no good, he was a criminal, and the good news is, he's off of the streets. Remember George Floyd for what is was a very dangerous nut case that took form people no matter who he hurt to get what he wanted. I for one am glad he's gone for good. He was a real piece of no good crap.

Anonymous said...

Besides being a Career Felon, a druggie with multiple illegal drugs in his system upon Death and the inability to breath prior to being touched due to a Fentanyl problem, Poor George played ball for the Negro League. Why else would they post his Mural at an unrelated area or event ? I'm mean I don't grab a career criminal dying due to drugs to promote my cause, social movement, lifestyle or past achievements of my race. In fact , I would NOT want him representing anything about me , my people , my Negro league or my race. Weird shit, gets weirder. I guess if you want African Americans to be Stereotyped as fucking loser criminals, you use people like George to represent your stereotypes. Weird enuff

President Kamala said...

9:38 Winner

Anonymous said...

But something about patriots and 13 colonies, 245 years ago, 1500 miles away, is holy to you.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^WTF you talking about fool?

Anonymous said...

Yet assholes like you who cheered for the far more destructive and insane invasion of Iraq are good for society? Delete yourself.

Anonymous said...

It was painful to watch this tough guy blubbering like a baby and begging like he was on the plantation. Sorry he OD. Drugging and scamming all the way to the end. Doesn't look too good on the resume for the rest of eternity. Doubt if he can blame the outcome on the cop in the hereafter, they got video footage going way back to put that bullshit to rest. Again so sorry for him and his loveed ones.