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Sports Illustrated Selects Christine Blasey Ford to Deliver Anti-Sex Abuse Award

Why must sports outlets get into politics? ESPN has become the CNN of the sports world. Now Sports Illustrated is getting all “woke.”

From the Washington Examiner:

Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who accused then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, was selected by Sports Illustrated to present an award honoring the first gymnast to publicly accuse former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar of abuse. 

Ford recorded a video announcing Rachael Denhollander, a lawyer and former gymnast, as the recipient of Sports Illustrated’s Inspiration of the Year award. The video marked Ford’s first public statement since she testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee about her allegation against Kavanaugh in September.

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19 Responses to Sports Illustrated Selects Christine Blasey Ford to Deliver Anti-Sex Abuse Award

  1. REALLY? What a joke. Why do they even need an Anti Sex-Abuse Award. Of course, I really don’t care – I don’t watch ANY awards shows and that includes the Oscars on down.

  2. The liberal political world and the professional sports world overlook that men and boys are often victims of sexual abuse, too.
    From high school sports to pro sports, there are homosexual assaults on boys and men by perverts who depend on the silence of higher ups to protect them.
    The woman who accused MrKavanaugh of something, is the last person who should have been making a public award to a real victim.
    ESPN,NFL, and now SI are homophobic cowards.
    IMO, of course.

  3. “Anti-Sex Abuse Award”
    But they still have a swimsuit issue.
    Oh the hypocrisy!
    Let the “woken” feminists make them get rid of that issue which objectifies women.
    (I call it showing us pictures of hot babes and I’m all for it. I’m what used to be called “the typical red-blodded American male.” And proud of it.