“ Trump Won ” banner aired at Yankees game

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Yankee Stadium drama: ‘Trump Won’ banner unfurled, booed, then confiscated

A “Trump Won” banner was displayed at Yankee Stadium Thursday night as the home team played a game they would eventually win against the Toronto Blue Jays. (They lost a previous game to the Blue Jays in a double header.) Former President Donald Trump, of course, unlike the Yankees on Thursday night, lost his second fight, becoming single-term president. There were boos from the crowd gathered in the Bronx, audible in multiple videos of the unfolding posted on social media. In a clip, by Sports Illustrated’s Max Goodman, the banner is ripped off by security, resulting in cheering. According to the New York Post, two men were escorted from the stadium after that, one of them handcuffed. Athletic Yankees reporter Lindsey Adler confirmed the cheers as the men were escorted. The boos made sense from the loyal Yankee, who are so big supporters of fair fights and honest scores that they harassed the entire Astros squad for more or less the entire game on May 4, in the Bronx Bombers’ first clash. with that. since his conviction for stealing signs in 2017. This journalist was at the scene for this confrontation and can confirm the loud and often vulgar harassment of José Altuve and other Astros players who lasted all nine innings. (The Yanks at least won the May 4 game.) Trump and his supporters, from baseball ticket holders to Republican Congressmen, have been mistakenly claiming since November 2020 that President Joe Biden’s victory was sort of “ stolen. Or the result of a fraudulent election. This is not true and is now known as the “big lie”. In the Bronx, for example, Biden beat Trump with 83.4% of the vote. Then-President Trump banked his plans to kick off the August 15 game at Yankee Stadium between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, though he left the door open to kick off. at a later date. According to the New York Times, he was in fact not asked to do so, but spontaneously announced that he would do so after the head of the coronavirus task force, Dr.Anthony Fauci, threw one out. another game. “Due to my strong focus on the Chinese virus, including scheduled meetings on vaccines, our economy and many other things, I will not be able to be in New York to deliver the @Yankees’ keynote address on the 15th. August. We’ll get to that later in the season! Trump tweeted at the time, before being banned from Twitter following the deadly riot on Capitol Hill in January, which was also based on the misconception that he was the rightful winner of the election. U.S. Presidents threw the first pitch in baseball games dating back to William Howard Taft in 1910, but Trump did not participate in that tradition after being elected. George W. Bush threw the first pitch at the 2001 World Series just a month after the 9/11 attacks, while Barack Obama threw the first pitch at the 2009 All-Star Game and for the Nationals on opening day in 2010. Trump made an appearance as a spectator at the 2019 World Series, but did not throw the first pitch and was booed by many participants when shown on the stadium notice board. Watch Goodman’s clip below. A couple of fans at Yankee Stadium have unveiled a huge banner that reads “Trump Won Save America”. It looks like the whole crowd is booing until security confiscates the banner, which then elicited a loud cheer. pic.twitter.com/m56kjgkJ9W – Max Goodman (@MaxTGoodman) May 28, 2021 Read the original story Yankee Stadium Drama: ‘Trump Won’ Banner Unfurled, Hooted, and Confiscated from TheWrap

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