Article courtesy of LouderWithCrowder.com
As it turns out, Curt Schilling is a huge fan of Glenn's friend Steven Crowder. Schilling granted Crowder his very first interview since the very ugly, public firing from ESPN over his stance on transgender issues.
"He's a great guy, great interview. He needs our support," Crowder said.
Crowder aired his exclusive conversation with the unapologetically non-PC, former MLB pitcher on LouderWithCrowder.com.
Some of Schilling's "shocking" comments during the interview include:
Men’s rooms were clearly designed for men, who stand up when they go pee. Women’s rooms were not. Well, that turned out to be 'transphobic.' I made this comment and shared this post on my private Facebook page. Only my friends could see it. It wasn’t public.
First Amendment doesn’t apply here. When you work for other people there are consequences.
Pedophiles will use this law to their advantage and someone’s going to get hurt. Transgenders aren’t pedophiles, that’s not the problem! It’s the pervert men who are the problem!
Watch the full interview at LouderWithCrowder.com
Featured Image: Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling #38 throws out the first pitch after being inducted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame prior to the game against the Minnesota Twins during the game on August 3, 2012 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)