The social justice warriors are really playing hardball these days when it comes to native-themed sports teams.
Recently, native activist Douglas Cardinal sought a court ruling to prevent the Cleveland Indians from wearing their jerseys and displaying their logo claiming they were offensive to him.
A judge refused to grant the injunction against the Cleveland Indians baseball club, Major League Baseball, and Rogers Communications, who were broadcasting the American League Championship Series.
When Rogers said that broadcasting Jays vs Indians games without displaying Cleveland’s team name or logo on the field, in the stands and in the stadium would be “virtually impossible”, I had a thought.
Watch as I share my politically correct solution for a democracy that prides itself on compromise: the native logo stays, yet it's more covered-up than a Saudi Arabian sweetheart.