Thousands Protest Outside Dodgers Stadium over Anti-Christian Drag Queen Group

Thousands of protesters have gathered outside the Los Angeles Dodgers stadium over the baseball team’s decision to honor an anti-Christian drag queen group.

Protesters of various religious faiths gathered together to demonstrate against the move amid a growing backlash.

The team announced it would honor the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence with a Community Heroes award on the Dodgers’ Pride Night day celebrations.

After a backlash to the move, the team caved and reversed its decision.

However, following another wave of backlash from the “woke” mob, the team caved again, issued an apology to the mob, and re-invited the anti-Christian hate group.

The group mocks Christians and other religious groups by organizing blasphemous and grotesque drag queen performances.

The performances are meant to insult Catholics and other Christians as a form of protest against religious objections to the LGBTQ agenda.

On Friday, huge crowds gathered to criticize the Dodgers for re-inviting the group.

According to Fox News, the demonstration quickly grew to include thousands.

“We’re just here, all the faiths are standing united, all the different denominations, even Catholics, Christians, we’re just all united for our love of Christ,” said protester Jesse Holguin to KTLA-TV.

“We’re very angry that the Dodgers invited this group that mocks our lord and savior, Jesus Christ,” he added.

The demonstration included some speakers, including a Jewish Rabbi, and public prayer.

Thousands of protesters reportedly marched in a procession to the front of the Dodgers stadium.

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Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw, an outspoken Christian, said he objected to the decision by the team.

Kershaw divulged that the team had scheduled a “Christian Faith and Family Day” at the stadium in order to appease those offended by the anti-Christian drag queen group.

At least one LGBTQ group accused those objecting to the Dodgers’ decision of being aligned with “white supremacy.”

“We’re hoping that the Dodgers will see the amount of Catholics and Christians that are showing up here today, peacefully, and showing that we’re not budging,” added protester Anthony Rodriguez.

“We’re drawing a line in the sand, and we’re putting our faith first.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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