MLB Team Mocks God, Then Their Stadium is Flooded

Steve Cukrov /
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There’s a well-known saying in the Christian world: God will not be mocked. And this year, the LA Dodgers seemed to learn just that.

The Dodgers, as part of the MLB hysteria that welcomed the month of June as “Pride” month, made sure to go all out this year. Not only did they choose an LGBT-friendly group to parade with and host during the month. Additionally, they chose a group that openly and blatantly defies God and pretty much all Christian beliefs.

Enter the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.

I know; the name alone speaks to at least one of the seven deadly sins. But don’t let the name fool you. These aren’t “sisters” at all.

In reality, they are a group of men. And these men dress up as “sisters” or nuns and make an open mockery of Catholicism, Christendom, and God Almighty.

So it only seemed fitting that the LA Dodgers stadium was pretty much flooded when Sunday’s Tropical Storm Hilary hit the West Coast and, with it, Southern California.

It’s almost as if God said, “Oh yeah? Watch this…”

Aerial footage of the area showed the stadium literally surrounded by water, as is if it was cut off from the rest of the city. According to the news site AS, the Dodger Stadium parking lot was completely covered in water.

Now, of course, political leftists and the woke made sure to blame the record-breaking rainfall on the “all-powerful” climate change gods.

But as you and I know, God works in mysterious ways, whether to show off his power and might or bring even the smallest bit of justice.

Let’s say this is a bit of both.