San Jose Sharks Goalie Refuses To Put on Staff Woke’s LGBTQ Jersey – Boycotts Staff Warmups (VIDEO)

The San Jose Sharks held a Delight Night time on Saturday and wore “particular” jerseys designed by a homosexual artist from town. Nevertheless, one of many Sharks guards objected to the Advantage signaling effort.

FoxNews reported that Sharks goaltender James Reimer refused to put on the jersey and determined to boycott the staff’s warm-ups forward of their dwelling recreation in opposition to the New York Islanders.

Reimer mentioned the jerseys conflicted along with his non secular beliefs.

He learn a press release at a press convention which was later posted on the Sharks’ Twitter account:

For the 13 years of my NHL profession, I’ve been a Christian – not simply in title, however in the best way I select to reside my each day life.

I’ve a private religion in Jesus Christ, who died on a cross for my sins and in response asks me to like everybody and observe him.

I’ve no hatred in my coronary heart for anybody and have all the time tried to deal with everybody I meet with respect and kindness.

“On this particular occasion, I’m selecting to not endorse one thing that goes in opposition to my private beliefs that are primarily based on the Bible, the very best authority in my life.

I strongly consider that each particular person has worth and worth and that the LGBTQIA+ group, like all others, ought to be welcomed into all features of the sport of hockey.

Right here is Reimer’s full press convention (he reads the assertion at first)

Reimer is not the primary NHL participant to refuse to put on an LGBTQ jersey. Gateway Pundit readers will keep in mind two months of Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Ivan Provorov cited his Russian Orthodox beliefs by boycotting his staff’s warm-ups whereas others wore homosexual pleasure shirts.

The NHL has tried for years to place itself as probably the most woke sports activities league in America, even on the expense of the gamers safety. We are able to now console ourselves that the gamers are pushing again.