I wrote an article a while back entitled Damnatio Memoriae for the 21st Century? that discussed the disturbing trend of how Southern History was being systematically erased because of this ambiguous, evil entity sneaking across this land called “Political Correctness”.
Well it appears this trend has not lost any steam. In fact, it is now reached the point of “Steam Rolling” over people who decide to speak the truth. This is a tragic symptom of a society that is well on it’s way to complete and total moral corruption.-SF
ESPN Erases Curt Schilling From Baseball History
In the bad old days of the Soviet Union, Stalin, Brezhnev and the rest would literally airbrush out of photographs those who fell out of favor. Killing them and sending family members to Siberia did not suffice; they had to be erased from collective memory.
In this famous photograph, commissars who were killed or were no longer of use were removed in the dark room one by one until Stalin was left alone at the end, finally satisfied.
Now along comes ESPN airbrushing a game played by former Red Sox great Curt Schilling out of a recent broadcast of a documentary on the 2004 American League Championship Series. Unless you have been vacationing in Mars, you know that Schilling was until recently an ESPN broadcaster.
Until, that is, he dared say that men should not be allowed into women’s bathrooms, no matter how much they regretted that Y chromosome with which they were born and can never part.
Read the Remainder at Daily Signal