Thursday 19 January 2023

Unhinged Reporter Tells NHL Player Who Refused To Wear LGBTQ Uniform To Go Back To Russia And “Get Involved” In Ukraine War (VIDEO)


The ongoing meltdown from the radical sports media over Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Ivan Provorov’s decision to boycott his woke team’s so-called “Pride Night” continued on Wednesday. The worst meltdown happened on the NHL Network from some “reporter” named E.J. Hradek, who said Provorov should return to Russia and fight in the Ukraine War for refusing to cave to the radical left mob.

Imagine for a moment a reporter told Philadelphia 76ers superstar Joel Embiid (who is from Cameroon) to go back to Africa. Not only would that reporter have been fired on the spot, but there would have been national media coverage essentially portraying the reporter as a member of the Ku Klux Klan.

But since Provorov is a white man from Russia, such xenophobia is perfectly acceptable in the eyes of the corporate media. In fact, given Russia’s international pariah status and the ongoing racism against white people, his fellow “journalists” are probably high-fiving him behind the scenes.


Here is the story from Outkick:

NHL Network analyst E.J. Hradek had some strong words for Ivan Provorov after the Philadelphia Flyers defenseman opted not to participate in the team’s Pride Night activities due to his religious beliefs.

Hradek shared his take on the situation on Wednesday’s edition of the NHL Network program NHL Now.

In it, he suggests that Provorov — who is Russian — should return to his home country if he doesn’t want to participate in such activities.

“Ivan Provorov can get on a plane any day he wants and go back to a place where he feels more comfortable, take less money, and get on with his life that way if it’s that problematic for him,” Hradek said.

“If this is that much of a problem for him to maybe assimilate into his group of teammates and in the community and here in this country; that’s okay,” he said. “Listen you can feel any way you want, but the beauty is, if it bothers you that much, there’s always a chance to leave.”

“Go back where you feel more comfortable. I understand there’s a conflict going on over there; maybe get involved.”

Hradek’s overall message to Provorov essentially boils down to this: return to Russia and fight in a war which could get you killed. All because the player refused to bend a knee to the woke mob.

Yet Hradek will suffer no consequences for his vile comments. In fact, he may receive a job promotion in the near future.

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