(VIDEO) Dan Bongino: ‘This Is Why I Refuse To Watch Pro Sports Anymore’

Dan Bongino felt he had seen it all about professional sports teams alienating some of their supporters. But the Fox News host said when he observed what happened at a Major League Baseball game: “This is why I refuse to watch pro sports anymore. Do you find this garbage credible?

(Dan Bongino (Credit: Screenshot)

Using his radio show, Dan Bongino addresses important events influencing American politics and society. Reading the headlines emerging from Boston, Massachusetts, the former secret service agent felt shock.

“Baseball Strengthens Woke Credentials With CRT Nut At Fenway Park,” the headline of an article Bongino posted said. Usually a benign event, The Boston Redsox invited Ibram X. Kendi to toss out the first pitch. Radical Boston University professor Kendi peddles critical race theory, helps publish a book based on the 1619 Project, and writes a children’s indoctrination book called Goodnight Racism.

(Ibrahim X. Kendi throws out the first pitch at Fenway Park (Credit: Screenshots)

Bongino clarified his reasons for thinking Kendi should not be honored by a professional baseball team was inappropriate. “The Redsox invited Ibrahim Kendi?” he said. “A racist”. Just read his own words; do you find this rubbish credible? This is the reason they have lost appeal to me as a fan. Knowing that these people—like the Redsox and these organizations—are celebrating those who are freely destroying America makes it quite difficult for me to get into baseball nowadays.

The radio personality kept going to explain his indignation. “Ibrahim Kendi is a strong advocate of Critical Race Theory, the theory whereby everyone should be a racist by judging everyone by their skin color,” Bongino said. Indeed, that is exactly what [CRT] advises. Teaching everyone to see skin color first and to be racist; everything else comes second. Which by definition I will have you pay attention to is racist.

(Ibrahim X. Kendi is asked by a journalist to define racism at the Aspen Ideas Conference (Credit: Screenshot)

Then Bongino showed Kendi a definition of racism. “I would define it, as a collection of racist policies, that lead to racial iniquity, that are substantiated by racial ideals,” Kendi said. “A body of racist policies supported by racial ideals that result in racial inequality. And using the same language, anti-racism is rather straightforward.

Left shaking his head at the video clip, Bongino asserted Kendi defined nothing. “When asked to define an object or thing, folks, you should not describe it by using it as a description,” Bongino said. “Stated differently, should I ask you to define a pen, your response would be a “pen-like object.” That is not, indeed, a definition. You cannot come of another word to define what you wish to define, thus it is just using the word you asked me in the definition.

(Dan Bongino holds up a pen to make a point about Professor Ibrahim X. Kendi (Credit: Screenshot)

Journalist Jason Maxson of MRCTV concurred with Dan Bongino. “Plain and simple, Kendi’s attendance at Fenway Park was a brushback pitch at conservatives,” Maxson said. “Who hates his woke propaganda and anti-American influence on government education and the children exposed to it? Numerous states are trying to have it off the public school curriculum.

“Kendi has become a millionaire, proving once more that race hustling is a profitable business – whether claims of racism are really true or not,” Maxson said. “This event at Boston’s Fenway Park also shows that professional baseball no longer merits the reputation of America’s preferred past-time. MLB also got hammered earlier this season for pushing child sex change surgery, and today it is freely advertising CRT.’s ideas.

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Additionally covering Kendi’s appearance at Fenway Park was National Desk correspondent Alec Schemmel. Schemmel wrote, “Controversial critical race theory scholar Ibram X. Kendi says he believes capitalism and racism are ‘interlinked,'” “And that anyone who describes themselves as a ‘antiracist,’ but does not adhere to anti-capitalist ideas is not really antiracist.”

“Still, Kendi seems to have gladly accepted an invitation from Fenway Sports Group Holdings, LLC to toss the first pitch Monday night at the Boston Red Sox game against the Tampa Bay Rays,” he said. The third-most valuable sports empire, Fenway Sports Management, is a multibillion dollar company based on Forbes.But for Kendi, all of this background seemed to be meaningless as he walked under the lights to toss the first pitch.

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