Toronto Blue Jays player Anthony Bass will catch a ceremonial first pitch at the Blue Jays’ “Pride Weekend” from a radical LGBT activist who, among other things, openly takes part in the grooming of small children. The announcement that Bass will catch the first pitch comes after the pitcher shared a Christian devotional speaking out against the LGBT targeting of kids, only to back down, issue a public apology for following the Christian faith, and submit to re-education. But despite his groveling, Bass is being demoted to the minor leagues.
The Toronto Blue Jays Major League Baseball team has announced that pitcher Anthony Bass will catch the ceremonial first pitch on Friday night, as the MLB’s only Canadian team kicks off its “Pride Weekend” to promote the LGBT movement and its agenda, which includes sexually-charged child grooming.
The pitch will be thrown by leZlie Lee Kam, a radical Toronto-based “2SLGBTQI+ activist” and “Senior Dyke Ambassador” with Pride Toronto who openly takes part in the radical LGBT grooming of kids and young people, including LGBT “story time” events for small children.
The announcement that Bass will be the player catching the first pitch comes after he was disciplined by the Blue Jays and forced to not only issue a public apology but to submit for re-education, after daring to share a Christian devotional on Instagram that spoke out against the “satanic” LGBT grooming of children. The Instagram post shared by Bass called for Christians to boycott mega-corporations like Target, which have openly pushed a highly sexual agenda, one that includes genital mutilation, on children as young as infanthood.
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Despite his groveling to what’s become known as the “alphabet mafia” and his scheduled catching of the ceremonial first pitch at the Blue Jays’ “Pride Weekend”, Anthony Bass is being demoted to the minor leagues, a move that was announced on Friday afternoon and is effective immediately.
In other words, despite surrendering to anti-Christian LGBT radicals and agreeing to catch the first pitch on “Pride Weekend”, Anthony Bass won’t be playing in the game and will be sent packing after he catches the first “Pride Weekend” pitch.
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