The silence of the ESPN Women’s College basketball broadcasters was golden, but they ruined it by speaking out against the Florida Education Bill. ESPN’s weekend broadcasts of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament were interrupted by misrepresentations by Florida Bill trigger announcers seeking to protect students from sexual orientation. This is the bill that the lying leftists are saying “don’t say gay bill”.
Unfortunately, the awakened ESPN broadcasters went deep into LGBT rights before refusing to call the games for a short period of time. Walk ESPN personalities were demonstrating their support for the LGBT agenda and their opposition to the Florida House Bill 1557.
The political stance began early in the second half of Friday’s South Carolina-Howard women’s game. Broadcasters Caroline Peck (pictured) and Courtney Lyle shut down the education bill, labeling it a “guardian of human rights”. Boiler-plates, after giving the leftist description, they were silent for two minutes.
“Usually we look back at the first half, but there is something bigger than basketball that needs to be addressed. Our friends, our families, our teammates, our community players and coaches are suffering right now. And at 3 o’clock, about eight minutes ago, our LGBTQIA + colleagues at Disney asked for our solidarity and support, including our company’s support for the Florida State Educational Parents’ Rights Bill and similar legislation across the United States. ”
“And any threat to human rights is a threat to all human rights. At this point, Courtney and I are going to take a break from our broadcasts to show our love and support for our friends, our families and our colleagues.”
During the Florida vs. Central Florida game on Saturday, Palm Ward and Stephanie White deviated from their lanes in politics with a silent protest over the Florida Bill.
Before being silenced for a moment, ESPN’s Eli Duncan said the Florida anti-endocrine bill “targets LGBTQ communities” and reported that colleagues were planning a walkout. After giving birth to his biased politics, Duncan treated TV viewers silently.
If only these staff broadcasters could go silently and exclusively, these basketball games might be worth watching. ESPN was simply strengthening its reputation as a network of all things and waking up.
ESPN is owned by Disney, and employees of the parent company were also upset over the Florida parent bill. Disney’s LGBTQABCDE & F workers and their supporters blew up the gasket because the company had not launched a strong attack on Florida lawmakers.
Chapek shook his head in front of his staff, saying he was “sorry” he had not opposed the bill from the beginning.
“It’s clear that this is not just a problem with a bill in Florida, but another challenge to basic human rights. You needed me to be a stronger ally in the fight for equal rights and I disappointed you. I’m sorry. ”
Despite the left’s lies about the bill, it actually protects children 10 years of age or younger from coming into contact with schooling. Parents must be informed that sex education is being arranged for these young people. The word “homosexual” is not mentioned in the bill, but the left must lie to poison people against the law.