It all start when the Boston Red Sox painted their pitcher’s mound rainbow colors for LGBTQ Pride Night last week. Cute, right?
— Red Sox (@RedSox) June 7, 2018
Well not everyone thought so. A mob of homophobic snowflakes felt left out and quickly took to Twitter to express their disapproval…
Barfapalooza. Get politics out of sports.
— Barbara Nicolosi (@BRNicolosi) June 8, 2018
Is this really necessary?
— Jared Clatterbuck (@JaredClaterbuck) June 7, 2018
Not necessary. Nothing to be proud of here Red Sox. We don’t need rainbows on the pitchers mound.. what’s next rainbow uniforms? Rainbow home plate? Rainbow monster?
— Jon Rice (@Rice41Jon) June 7, 2018
Some went so far as to demand a “Straight Pride Night”…
So we get a straight pride and acceptance night? Have to be equal and fair after all.
— Patrick Krawczynski (@Silverwolfheart) June 8, 2018
When is Straight Pride month? This is discrimination at its finest. Why can’t we be proud of following God’s Laws?
— Nick LaMaster (@NLamaster) June 12, 2017
Others mentioned how Lord Jesus Christ would be very displeased…
What is wrong with these people? Why are we celebrating what God calls an abomination?
— Wayne Barr (@rebelfan65) June 8, 2018
Disgusting ! Nice to see my favourite team conforming to the sin of the world. No more Red Sox for my family !!
— Talya Schwartz (@TalyaSchwartz) June 10, 2018
As a proud Red Sox fan since 1897 I can’t believe they are doing this! My children are at this game! I don’t want them exposed to this kind of degeneracy!
— Yasmani Grandal’s only fan (@Kershianity) June 8, 2018
Of course, there were plenty more people who expressed support of the Sox and told the homophobic haters to have a seat.
We like this person’s response the best…
It’s literally for one night. Y’all can calm down
— Frankie ?? (@frankiehealy11) June 10, 2018