Daniel Murphy, the devoutly Christian second baseman for the Mets, is having an insane post-season…to the point where people aren’t even sure how to describe it. Leftists see this, so of course they decide to attack him.
It stems from what’s being described as “anti-gay” comments he made back in March. Here’s part of what he said…
“I disagree with the lifestyle, but that doesn’t mean I wouldn’t love a teammate who is gay. I was glad he was here today and to hear his story. I completely understand why someone who believes it is not a choice, that you’re born with it, would take issue with my beliefs, that it is a lifestyle,” he added. “I feel like acceptance, embracing — that falls short. You understand what I’m saying? I love this person. The same way I love my wife, even though I don’t always agree with everything she does, I love her.”
He further explained his remarks in a second interview with NJ.com, saying that while he even though he “disagrees with the fact that Billy is a homosexual,” that “doesn’t mean I can’t still invest in him and get to know him.”
He would love a teammate who is gay. Wouldn’t have a problem playing with him. Would invest in and get to know him. A rational person wouldn’t call that anti-gay. However, we’re dealing with liberals where anything short of having a rainbow avatar makes you a homophobe.
Compare his comments to these…
“There is nothing wrong with being gay, as he clearly believes, so I don’t respect his views, though he has a right to express them…I did not know Jesus was a Mets fan, which would sorely disappoint Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw, who is a very vocal Christian. Maybe Jesus has a skybox at Citi Field. Unlike gay people, Murphy chose a lifestyle, and it’s one that preaches that there is something wrong with who I am. I wish he had chosen a lifestyle more inclusive and less judgmental. I certainly couldn’t disagree with that.”
Can you spot the one who is full of hate?