Americans who just want to watch baseball are instead stuck watching Antifa rioters and Black Lives Matter “peaceful protesters” rampage through cities.

One former San Francisco Giant has had enough.

And the two-time World Series Champion just KO’d Antifa looters in 124 characters.

Aubrey Huff played 13 seasons, primarily for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays and San Francisco Giants.

He won two World Series with the Giants and was seventh in the MVP vote in 2010.

But since retiring from the Big Leagues, he’s landed in hot water with the PC Police for expressing his support for President Trump and the Second Amendment.

Now Huff is going after Antifa looters.

In a tweet, Huff stated: “Reports out of Chicago say the only items untouched at the looted CVS store were condoms, work gloves, & Father’s Day cards.”

If that wasn’t clear enough, he followed with a knockout blow.

Earlier this year, the Giants banned Huff from a 10-year anniversary ceremony honoring the team’s 2010 World Series championship.

Giants execs stated, “Aubrey has made multiple comments on social media that are unacceptable and run counter to the values of our organization.”

I guess they don’t value the First and Second Amendments.

Meanwhile, athletes are praised by the national media for denouncing America and kneeling during the national anthem.

Do you think there is a double standard against conservatives in sports?

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