The Texas Rangers baseball organization is under fire right now because they are the only team in Major League Baseball that has not held a Pride night. An anonymous employee of the organization said, “the whole message was ‘Baseball is for Everyone.’ But not if you’re a Texas Rangers fan.” A former employee also said that “(The silence) is deafening...It’s a free marketing opportunity, it doesn’t cost them anything personally and they can boost revenue by looking inclusive. The fact that there hasn’t been one (for Texas), is the biggest ‘actions speak louder than words’ I’ve ever seen.” The former employee continued, “It’s the bare minimum thing. The fact that there’s so much resistance is a huge point of contention.”
Maybe one of the reasons why the Rangers have resisted to pandering to the LGBTQ crowd is because of what happened earlier this month when the Los Angeles Dodgers held their Pride night. Instead of showing up and respecting the game, the community, our country and each other like every other group who is honored at Major League ballparks, the members of the LGBTQ community decided to use their platform to disrespect and diminish members of other groups. Men participating in the Pride event, decided to dress like caricatures of Catholic nuns for the express purpose of mocking and ridiculing the Catholic Church and the Christian faith. Is that inclusion? There were mass protests and boycotts outside the stadium, and the stands looked almost empty at game time.
These people are not just content with inclusion, they are about destruction. They want to destroy the things that other people hold dear. They are not content with a libertarian-type philosophy, they want to groom and indoctrinate our children into their lifestyle. LGBTQ activists at the annual Drag March on Friday in New York City chanted, “We’re here, we’re queer, we’re coming for your children.” In Seattle and Toronto, Pride Parades were held where children of all ages were encouraged to show up and become part of the festivities while scores of men walked around completely naked in front of them.
All of this falls under the heading of, misery loves company. These people, in their hearts, understand that they are living a miserable and depraved life, so, in order to make their lives a little bit more palatable, they need to recruit more and more people into their depravity. That’s it. They know exactly what they’re doing. They’re coming after the most vulnerable. They are coming after the most impressionable. They’re not coming after the grown, well-adjusted adults. They are coming after the people who they can convert most easily – the children. This is not a new tactic. Drug dealers target children all the time, because the earlier in life you expose a person to drugs, the more easily they become addicted to them, and maybe the same can be said about the LGBTQ lifestyle.
That is what these people are doing. They are coming after the children because young people struggling through puberty and adolescence are the most easily influenced. The earlier a child is exposed to their depraved lifestyle, the more likely they become a part of it. These movements have never been about, “live and let live” or “you do your thing and we’ll do our thing”. It is about indoctrination of the youth. The LGBTQ community is the most selfish group on the planet, imposing their destructive ideology on the most vulnerable in society. So, these Pride nights are not about baseball or expanding the fan base of an MLB organization, they are solely about attacking everything that is pure and innocent about the United States and our culture and polluting it with their perversions.
A few years ago, the Walt Disney Co. decided to turn its kid friendly movie studio into a pro-LGBTQ child-indoctrination platform through subtle and not-so-subtle woke propaganda in their movies. Subsequently, Disney has lost an unfathomable $890 million on its last eight studio releases, proving the adage “go woke, go broke” is absolutely true. There is a reason why companies like Disney, Target and Anheuser-Busch still push the commercially poison woke agenda, though. It is not because it is good for business because it is clearly not; the woke agenda is divisive and alienates much of the consumer base which hurts profits and devalues the company. They engage in pandering to the LGBTQ community and pushing the woke agenda because it increases their ESG score which major investment companies like Blackrock who has over $8.5 trillion of assets under management, makes its investment decisions based on. Co-founder of Blackrock, Larry Fink has said quite clearly, “behaviors are going to have to change. This is one thing we are asking companies. You have force behaviors. At Blackrock, we are forcing behaviors.” That is why Blackrock supports forcing of the LGBTQ agenda onto children and the rest of society.
Fink is leveraging the $8.5 trillion of investment assets they are managing, to force a change in people’s behaviors. Blackrock claims to be a fiduciary, but if it invests its clients’ money not based on achieving their clients’ financial goals, but based on how Larry Fink wants to enact social change in the world regardless of the impact it has on their clients’ portfolios, then he is violating Blackrock’s claim of being a fiduciary. But isn’t social conscious investing a positive thing for the world? Maybe. But not how Larry Fink does it. He uses his companies wealth and power to force the LGBTQ agenda down the throats of our children, while at the same time, his company is one of the leading investors in companies like Apple and Nike which rely on child and forced labor in order to assemble their products.
The ESG movement does not factor in whether or not a company uses sweatshops or slave labor because it is all about pushing the far-left political agenda. ESG would make more sense if it was used to protect seven-year-old girls in China from being forced to work in sweat shops 14 hours a day, or it was employed to help free the Uyghurs dying in Chinese concentration camps. Companies like Blackrock do not care about human rights atrocities like these. That’s where their benevolent investing ends. ESG is a political agenda that has nothing to do with human rights. It is the globalist movement designed to take over the world. That’s why they don’t care about slave labor or child labor or concentration camps. In fact, they like those things, because when the globalists finally do take over, they will impose much more of that.
James O’Keefe dropped a hidden video last week where a Blackrock recruiter, Serge Varlay, exposed the company’s intentions. He said the company’s vast sums of money allow them to “run the world.” He went on to say, “All of these financial institutions, they buy politicians … It’s not who is the president, it’s who is controlling the wallet of the president. You could buy your candidates… Got 10 grand? You can buy a senator. I’ll give you 500k right now … It doesn’t matter who wins, they’re in my pocket.” Maybe this is the reason why Donald Trump is so hated by the media and the politically entrenched. He cannot be bought, so he cannot be controlled by people like Larry Fink.
Varlay continued, “Ukraine is good for business, you know that right? Russia blows up Ukraine’s grain silos and the price of wheat is going to go mad up. The Ukrainian economy is tied very largely to the wheat market. The price of bread, literally everything goes up and down, this is fantastic if you’re trading. Volatility creates opportunity to make profit. War is real f***ing good for business.” War profiteering does not sound very woke Larry Fink and Blackrock. How about we use your $8.5 trillion under management to force an end to the Ukraine war, and save thousands of innocent Ukrainians’ lives? That will never happen, because to the woke mastermind of ESG, Larry Fink, who wants to run the world, there is too much money to be made off the innocent blood being spilled in Ukraine. They broke up Standard Oil. They broke up Ma Bell. Why don’t they break up companies Blackrock who have become so big, that they wield undue political and social influence, and work undermine the basic tenets of our Republic?
Judd Garrett is a graduate from Princeton University, and a former NFL player, coach, and executive. He has been a contributor to the website Real Clear Politics. He has recently published his first novel, No Wind.