Editorial: Losing Tulsa Shock no big deal

The Tulsa Shock is moving to Dallas and taking their homosexual soap opera with them.

One of the Shock players, Glory Johnson, married fellow WNBA player Brittney Griner. The two were arrested in Arizona on April 22 after a domestic disturbance and then suspended for seven games. Then Johnson announced she was pregnant through artificial insemination.

Griner filed for an annulment and Johnson’s attorney filed a motion for Griner to pay $10,000 for attorney fees and $20,000 a month for spousal support. A hearing on this case is expected this month in Arizona.

Griner has pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct and went into a domestic violence diversion program. Johnson pled not guilty.

Now Johnson told the New York Times that she is not really a lesbian but was attracted to Griner and now Griner is saying that Johnson is straight and she was not faithful during their courtship. And court filings indicate that the unborn baby twins were conceived in a relationship with a man.

So there you have it.

The WNBA is an experiment to see if the public will support professional women’s basketball. The Tulsa Shock abandoned Detroit. After losing for years, they started winning and decided to see greener pastures in Dallas.

The shame of it is that there are probably some decent, moral members of the Shock and other WNBA teams but their normalcy is overshadowing because of the advancement of the homosexual agenda in America.

Thank goodness the young women and girls in Tulsa will soon no longer be influenced by immoral professional athletes in our city.