Multiple NFL Teams Use Twitter Accounts To Push LGBT Agenda

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At least two NFL teams are taking strides to make you know they support gay pride.

The Washington Commanders have turned their Twitter account into an LGBT propaganda site by changing their logo to be rainbow-colored, and by imploring their fans to join a local pride parade.

Of course, how could they resist saying “Love is Love?” It’s a false slogan and one that countless people have used to intimidate others into accepting them.

Related: ESPN to Display Pride Flag for Month of June at Main Campus

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The Detroit Lions have also hopped on the LGBT bandwagon. Not only did they say that the LGBT is a “resilient” group, they provided fans with pride-themed phone wallpapers too.

The Houston Texans, Buffalo Bills, Los Angeles Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings, Arizona Cardinals, and Seattle Seahawks have also used their social media accounts in similar fashions. That’s nine out of the league’s 32 teams. It should only be a matter of time before the rest of the league’s teams follow suit.

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