Former Major League baseball pitching great Curt Schilling struck out over 3,000 batters during his 20-year career, but now the 49-year-old is strongly considering throwing fastballs of another sort towards Marxist Massachusetts U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren in 2018.
During an interview with Jeff Kuhner on WRKO-AM on Monday, Curt Schilling, a victim of culturally Marxist political correctness police at ESPN, said that he “would like to be one of the people responsible for getting Elizabeth Warren out of politics.”
“She’s a nightmare,” the outspoken former fastballer said. “The Left’s holding her up as the second coming of Hillary Clinton — Lord knows we don’t need the first.”
Schilling, a Republican, began hinting at a possible run for public office on his public Facebook page recently but has not made a final decision.
A former ESPN baseball analyst, Schilling was given the boot in April of this year after a social media post that expressed opposition to Obama’s perverted policy of allowing men to use women’s restrooms and locker rooms in schools — a position that the leftist sports network, which is owned by Disney, wholeheartedly supports.
Prior to that, in August of last year, ESPN suspended Schilling after he posted a politically incorrect opposition to radical Islamic terrorism.
A Curt Schilling vs. Elizabeth Warren race would likely be an interesting one, as neither is exactly soft-spoken. Schilling’s popularity as a World Series hero and former Boston Red Sox star would give him instant name recognition.