NAACP begs athletes not sign with Texas sport teams due to abortion ban

by Seth Udinski

Seth Udinski, FISM News


In an overt attack on conservatives, the NAACP has called on athletes across all professional sports to not sign with Texas’ teams due to the state’s recently passed abortion and voting laws.

The NAACP sent a letter to all professional sports player’s associations saying they were appealing for them to be “role models” by pushing a leftist agenda. The letter claims Texas has become a “blueprint by legislators to violate constitutional rights for all.” The letter then goes on to say that the Lone Star State is “not safe for anyone” and that if players do not sign contracts with Texas teams that it will put pressure on “Texas owners [to] invest in your rights and protect your investments.”

The letter uses inflammatory language to push its point. It calls Texas voting laws a “threat” that could “upend our democracy” and the Heartbeat bill a law that “empowers vigilantes.”

Obviously, the ire against the heartbeat bill is not only a direct attack  against conservatives and pro-life advocates, but also a direct attack against unborn babies. The Texas heartbeat bill prohibits pre-birth infanticide as soon as a heartbeat can be detected, before most women even know that they are even pregnant, in all cases expect when the mother’s life is at risk or in an instance of rape and incest.

It affirms the fact that unborn babies, even when they are the size of a grain of rice, are human beings with the God-given right to be protected from fatal harm.