DAILYKENN.com -- Confession is the cornerstone of thought reform. It places the subject in a position of submission while creating a malleable brain that is Marxist ready.
A classic example is Brewers' pitcher Josh Hader. Seven long years after expressing forbidden thoughts regarding race and homosexuality, the pro player is being forced to take sensitivity training classes.
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Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Josh Hader has apologized for a series of racist, sexist, and homophobic tweets he sent 7 years ago.
The 24-year-old made headlines on Tuesday when a series of his old, since-deleted messages surfaced as he played in the 2018 MLB All-Star Game.
Tweeted over an eight-month period back in 2011 and 2012, the messages were quickly shared again online — many calling out Hader for his bigoted views.
One of the now deleted and screengrabbed tweets shared on social media claimed that Hader was looking for “a bitch that can f—, cook, [and] clean right.” Another allegedly sent by Hader directly said “I hate gay people.” The N-word was used a few times, as was other hate speech — like the fist emoji with the phrase “white power” and “KKK,” the abbreviation for the hate group the Ku Klux Klan.
Responding to the controversy after the game, Hader told reporters that while he didn’t vividly remember sending any of these tweets, he takes responsibility for them.
“There’s no excuse for what was said. I’m deeply sorry for what I said and what’s been going on,” he said, according to video captured by MLB writer Ryan Fagan.
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