ESPN Announces Shocking Way It Will Commemorate Sep. 11th

ESPN Announces Shocking Way It Will Commemorate Sep. 11th

ESPN Announces Shocking Way It Will Commemorate Sep. 11th

The increasingly liberal and politically correct sports network ESPN is planning on commemorating the horrifically tragic terrorist attacks that rocked our nation on September 11, 2001.

In what could be a surprise for some viewers, ESPN is actually going to run a positive piece on the aftermath of the attack featuring then-President George W. Bush.

Specifically, the special will commemorate the moment of quiet strength and fortitude when Bush stepped up to the mound in front of literally millions of people, in person and at home watching TV, to throw out the first pitch of Game 3 in the 2001 World Series.

Wearing a bulletproof vest underneath an FDNY jacket, Bush flashed a smile and gave the crowd a thumbs up before tossing a perfect strike across the plate to begin the game between the New York Yankees and Arizona Diamondbacks.

“What President Bush told us without uttering a single word was that we could once again attempt to carry on our lives,” declared sportscaster Jim Gray, during a screening of the film last weekend, adding, “What an amazing symbol it was.”

According to Newsbusters, Jim Gray produced the 25-minute documentary, which is entitled “First Pitch” and will debut on ESPN on Friday, September 11, the 14th anniversary of the world-changing day.

 

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