Sports fans are at their wits end.

But there was more bad news to come.

That’s because Joe Biden went on ESPN and said seven words that left sports fans red with rage.

Democrats and fake news reporters spent the last week lying about a Georgia election integrity bill.

Even The Washington Post’s left-wing fact checker handed Joe Biden four “Pinocchios” for his lies about the law.

But that did not stop Biden from embracing the lies and going on ESPN to support baseball moving the All-Star game out of Atlanta in protest of a law that requires voter ID when requesting and submitting an absentee ballot.

“Mr. President, what do you think about the possibility that baseball decides to move their All-Star Game out of Atlanta because of this political issue?” ESPN anchor Sage Steele asked Biden.

Biden jumped right into the controversy, and accidentally explained why MLB would be foolish to jump into this political fight and move the midsummer classic from Atlanta by comparing baseball to the NBA.

“I think today’s professional athletes are acting incredibly responsibly. I would strongly support them doing that. People look to them. They’re leaders. Look at what’s happened with the NBA as well. Look at what’s happened across the board. The very people who are victimized the most are the people who are the leaders in these various sports. And it’s just not right,” Biden told Steele.

The NBA got very political last summer by painting Black Lives Matter on the court and allowing the players to wear social justice messages on the backs of their jerseys.

Fans reacted by turning off the TV.

Ratings were down 45 percent and the NBA Finals had the lowest viewership in history.

If Major League Baseball follows Joe Biden’s advice and chooses the same partisan political path as the NBA, they can expect a similar response from their fans.

Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.