Outrage over NBA yanking All-Star Game from Charlotte

A prominent Christian leader is calling out the National Basketball Association for pulling its 2017 All-Star Game out of Charlotte, North Carolina, in protest of the city’s decision to enforce a law protecting women and children against a proposed pro-LGBT ordinance that would have allowed potential male predators into opposite-sex restrooms.


Christian Action League of North Carolina Executive Director Rev. Mark Creech says that the NBA’s decision to punish an entire city for protecting its citizens from a potentially harmful bathroom ordinance in the name of “LGBT rights” is absolutely wrong and inexcusable.


“Under the direction of Adam Silver, a man who has advocated for the legalization of the evil and immoral practice of sports betting, it comes as no surprise that he now leads the NBA in a malicious scheme to score a wicked goal on North Carolina,” Creech announced in a press release issued by his Raleigh, North Carolina-based group.


He insists that the NBA is erroneously making a civil rights issue out of a safety and moral issue.


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