Taking A Stand? 11 NFL Teams Stay Silent, Refuse To Bow To Cultish Gay Pride Agenda


(OutKick) The calendar flipped to June over the weekend and, in case you missed it, that makes it pride month on television and radio, in your stores, everywhere on the internet, on your streets, up your flagpoles, in your classrooms (like it or not), and at least one other place:

Throughout most of the NFL.

The practice of men sleeping with men, women sleeping with women, some men becoming women and some women becoming men – with the folks who say they are now neither men nor women also included – was celebrated by about two-thirds of the NFL’s teams on Saturday via social media.

Majority Of NFL Teams For Pride Month

The message, delivered on X via team timelines, was sent by 21 of the NFL’s 32 teams to their approximate 42 million total followers.

Some teams tweeted out their support that pride month has arrived. Some delivered expanded messages as part of that support.

The Washington Commanders, for example, said pride month is actually about love.

And some teams sent tweets and went the extra step by altering their logos or X banners.

The Commanders, Buffalo Bills, and Philadelphia Eagles changed the color of their logos to match a pride flag.

Some Teams REALLY Are For Pride Month

The Vikings not only tweeted out their support and changed their logo but also changed the banner of the X account. They are apparently very excited about pride month.

The Eagles took an interesting tact in that they didn’t deliver their message of support in a full-blown tweet. But they did change their logo  on X, which makes their support obvious.

The NFL?

It advances the LGBTQ+ agenda. It hosts an annual gala with GLAAD and promotes other gay community events.

But the NFL didn’t tweet its support for pride month on June 1, instead retweeting the Chicago Bears and Jaguars tweets.

By the way, the comments sections after the tweets from the various teams are as one would expect. The comments paint a visceral difference of opinion on the message about the month-long celebration.

Support For Gay Agenda Is Widespread

All of that, by the way, is dog bites man. If this were 1970-to-perhaps 2010 there would be no outward support of a pride month by the NFL on a national scale. But it has been growing seemingly inexorably for perhaps a dozen years or more.

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