Former player and current SF Giants manager Gabe Kapler has declared that he will no longer acknowledge the national anthem before baseball games due to Americans being allowed to own guns. (Imagine the gymnastics if his team played Toronto this year!) Gabe Kapler is a cowardly little weakling who is ruled by his emotions, much like a woman. He may have been a highly-trained and skilled athlete at some point in his past, but obviously, in a test of wills, he would buckle and bow to anyone with an ounce of resolve. He is the white Kaepernick; instead of all whites, he merely only hates principled white males. I was not aware that he keeps an online diary of his feelings, which he calls a "blog." It is fitting that Kapler manages a team in San Francisco, perhaps the principal bastion of iniquity on the entire globe. How appropriate and on-brand that he leads a team of men in the city of homosexuals. I have pity for the congregation that is led astray, and I condemn the pastor whose warped worldview steers his followers toward Hell. Kapler is one such corrupt faith leader: a morally-bankrupt liar who glorifies weakness in place of strength and exalts victimhood over stoicism. Has his hormone profile been altered by prolonged steroid use? I wouldn't care if that's his excuse. If he was an athlete, he could get away with being foolish. As a leader of men, he represents a perversion of values that cannot be explained away. Freedom as a concept can never be absolute. You can give homosexuals freedom to behave without shame or earthly consequence. This removes the freedom of a father to walk down a sidewalk with his young child and not see men anally ramming each other and smearing their fluids onto each other in broad daylight. One freedom granted is another freedom sacrificed. Kapler has cast his lot in with the homosexuals here in this metaphor. While I can still discern right from wrong, I worry that so many others may be misled by this false prophet.