Colorado Avalanche Twitter Implodes After Christian User's Question About 'Coming Out' Post

October 13th, 2022 1:01 PM

Ever notice how the "love is love" crowd can be some of the most hateful people out there?

On Tuesday, the Colorado Avalanche tweeted that it was observing “National Coming Out Day,” saying that it welcomed and celebrated anyone who was part of that demographic.

While this is your standard nauseating gay ideology support message of sports league’s PR campaigns, one user took this as an opportunity to ask the Avalanche an interesting question.

While this is a take that could be seen as a guy looking for attention, it is a fair question to ask. Corporations who unashamedly support the LGBT agenda have been some of the most effective enforcers of a key tenet of the LGBT agenda: shame those who don’t march in step with your agenda, especially Christians.

And that’s exactly what happened here. 

Mind you, this is the official account of a professional hockey team that just won the Stanley Cup acting like a common troll user looking to bash Christians for standing up for their beliefs. If that’s not a bad look, I don’t know what is. 

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Furthermore, Brooks wasn’t excluding anyone in his take. His question was driving home at a fundamental inconsistency with the LGBT agenda and its followers: if people who adhere to this worldview are so accepting, why do they aggressively target those who don’t support them?

That seems pretty hateful to me.