Jack Posobiec
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Journalist and host of the Human Events Daily podcast, Jack Posobiec, has put out a call to action to Christian players for the Los Angeles Dodgers, asking them to take a stand against the anti-Catholic group the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, by boycotting the Dodgers’ Pride Night Drag Nun award show.

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This group of sexually explicit men who dress as women have a history of conducting skits and other displays openly mocking Christianity, including but not limited to the crucifixion of Jesus, the humiliation of nuns, and more. The Sisters are were originally supposed to attend the Pride Night themed event with the Dodgers, but were disinvited over backlash from Christian fans. The Dodgers PR team folded though, later inviting them back to participate.

Since then, the Dodgers have continued to be criticized by fans for surrendering to the media pressure and continuing to drag even more sexually explicit festivities into what has always been supposed to be about baseball.

“If you’re Catholic and you’re on that team, you gotta boycott that game,” said Posobiec. “Just don’t show up.”

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According to Posobiec during a recent episode, “They have a trans Jesus that performs bondage ceremonies on stage.” Names of some of the drag queen characters include “Sister T’aint a Virgin, Sister Risque of the Sistine Chapel, and Sister Edith Myflesh.” He additionally pointed out that the group’s tagline is “Go forth and sin some more.

Posobiec took thing further by calling them out as “exactly what you would call a hate group.” He also contrasted how this demeaned the images of nuns by portraying them as sexually exploitative and Satan-worshiping figures, arguing that the group’s actions stemmed from hatred rather than love and respect despite what they claim.


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By the Dodgers allowing them to return after initially disinviting them despite severe complaints from a multitude of organizations ranging from the Catholic League and other Christian organizations, Posobiec questioned as to why the Dodgers truly felt it was necessary to have these anti-Christian drag queens involved in a game that has always been associated with being family friendly.

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