Jenner Award Rekindles ESPN's Hard Left Veer, Alienation of Conservatives

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Newsbusters

It’s been two years since ESPN intentionally jettisoned a major portion of its conservative audience by reducing the Arthur Ashe Award for Courage to a celebration of Caitlyn Jenner and the controversial transgender movement at its 2015 ESPY awards program. That transgression from sports to progressive social engineering infuriated conservatives. Ahead of Wednesday’s first ESPY Award program of the Trump era, heightened scrutiny again put the worldwide leader in progressive sports advocacy under the microscope.

The Awful Announcing blog devoted 3,500 words to the self-inflicted damage done by ESPN with its hard Left course. Showing quickly where he stands on the radical issues now openly advocated by ESPN, Left-streamer Alex Putterman wrote:

Today—one presidential election, several bills restricting transgender rights and dozens of ESPN layoffs later—Jenner’s moment at the ESPYS casts an odd shadow. Many Americans remember it as a bright moment in the movement for transgender acceptance, particularly…

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