The news was just made public — he is withdrawing and conservatives are shocked. Everyone is hoping he will reconsider this stunning decision.
“I will not participate in the final year of voting,” said MLB legend Curt Schilling after being denied a spot on the Baseball Hall of Fame this year. “I am requesting to be removed from the ballot,” he continued.
“I’ll defer to the veterans committee and men whose opinions actually matter and who are in a position to actually judge a player,” Schilling said, likely taking a shot at voters who have made it all about politics.
As we know, Schilling is a conservative; he also supported President Donald Trump. The MLB has become increasingly politically-correct and, unfortunately, Schilling has had to suffer professionally for it.
He was even fired as “an ESPN baseball analyst when he compared the relatively small numbers of Muslims who are terrorists, to the small number of Germans who were Nazis, in an attempt to show that small groups should still be taken seriously,” reported Breitbart News.
During his storied baseball career as a pitcher, Schilling racked up 216 wins, pitched for 3,261 innings, and had an impressive 3,116 strikeouts. His stats speak for themselves and he deserves a Hall of Fame spot.
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