Former President Trump went to the World Series game last night between the Houston Astros and the Atlanta Braves with Herschel Walker. Trump was seen doing the “Tomahawk chop,” a gesture that has been a tradition at Atlanta Braves games for some time. The left, of course, was not happy with Trump for doing it.
Trump famously feuded with Major League Baseball after the league caved to pressure from the left and yanked the All-Star game from Atlanta. Trump called for a boycott of the league but that is all in the past.
Trump released a statement that said: “Looking forward to being at the World Series in Atlanta tonight. Thank you to the Commissioner of Baseball Rob Manfred, and Randy Levine of the New York Yankees, for the invite. Melania and I are looking forward to a wonderful evening watching two great teams!”
Trump also took a swipe at the chaos in the Dem Party. He said:
“It’s wonderful to see the moderate Democrats take such total advantage of the ultra Liberal Progressives in the House. They promised the Progressives everything and are giving them nothing. No wonder AOC +3 are so angry!”
From The Hill:
In April, Trump called for a boycott of the MLB after the league announced that it was moving its All-Star Game out of Georgia in opposition to the signing of a restrictive voting bill in the state.
Republican Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker was also at the game with the Trumps Saturday night, according to CNN. The former president has been a vocal supporter of the former football player’s bid for Congress.
Atlanta beat Houston, 3-2, to take a 3-1 lead in the series.
The Washington Football Team and the Cleveland Indians both recently changed their names following controversies regarding the racial nature of their previous names.
President Donald Trump does the Tomahawk Chop while at the World Series in Atlanta. pic.twitter.com/CNmZcLYO8x— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) October 31, 2021
Just when you thought that Trump couldn’t possibly do more to trigger the libs …— Jewish Deplorable (@TrumpJew2) October 31, 2021