Liberals are going to go straight to plaid over this one…
ESPN has a film division (who knew?) where they produce, among other things, “30 for 30” specials of legendary sports icons and moments. This year, to commemorate the September 11th terrorist attacks, they have an episode featuring former President George W. Bush. Yes, the same man who, according to liberals, was too stupid to tie his own shoe but smart enough to conduct massive conspiracy theories. ESPN decided to focus on neither the supposed stupidity or sly craftiness, but Bush’s throwing out the first pitch in the World Series shortly after the 911 attack.
Bush, being presidential, marches out into an open field, throws the pitch without grounding it, (unlike some other presidents) and the crowd goes wild with cheers and chants of “U-S-A! U-S-A!” Patriotism, the liberal’s kryptonite.
The film includes interviews from Bush and his wife Laura, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, and former Yankees Derek Jeter and Joe Torre.
The movie reportedly highlights Bush speaking with [Derek] Jeter while he was warming up, moments before coming out of the tunnel. Jeter told the president to throw from the mound and not to bounce the ball because then fans would boo him.
I’m sure the liberal outrage is going to be tasty and delightful. Also, this…
I don’t give two shits about what political party you support, because if you’re a fucking American, one of the best moments ever witnessed was George W. Bush’s first pitch prior to Game 3 of the 2001 World Series between the New York Yankees and Arizona Diamondbacks.
The episode airs on ESPN on September 11th. The unbridled leftist hatred starts on Twitter by the first commercial break.