ESPN is quickly becoming the “Extremely Progressive Sports Network.”

The latest evidence was their treatment of Curt Schilling.

But why they fired the baseball analyst has many Americans fuming.

Curt Schilling is a proud conservative.

But he knew his days at ESPN were numbered because of his political beliefs.

When he donated to Dr. Ben Carson’s political campaign, he listed his employer as ESPN and his occupation as analyst with the network, adding “for now” in parentheses.

And the social justice warriors both inside and outside ESPN have been after Schilling for his conservative views.

Late last baseball season, Schilling was suspended for posting a meme where he compared Radical Islamic terrorists to Nazis.

The perpetual outrage brigade claimed he was insulting all Muslims and ESPN obliged them by suspending Schilling for the remainder of the regular season, as well as for playoff broadcasts.

But what cost Schilling his job was his stance against allowing delusional men and sexual predators to use women’s restrooms.

He shared a meme on his Facebook wall blasting the push to allow men to use the women’s bathroom.

Schilling also made the following comment in his post:

A man is a man, no matter what they call themselves. I don’t care what they are, who they sleep with, a men’s room was designed for a penis, women’s not so much. Now you need laws to tell us different? Pathetic.

The outrage from the social justice and “tolerance” mob was swift, and within 48 hours ESPN fired Schilling.

Breitbart News reported on a statement made by “The Worldwide Leader in Sports” about the firing:

“ESPN is an inclusive company,” network spokesman Josh Krulewitz strangely claimed after excluding the former World Series co-MVP. “Curt Schilling has been advised that his conduct was unacceptable and his employment with ESPN has been terminated.”

ESPN is a very “inclusive” company.

It just doesn’t want to include anyone who believes women should not be subjected to sharing a restroom with sexual predators.

But “tolerance” has long proven to be a one-way street with far-left organizations like ESPN.

The company employs a host of personalities who bombard social media with left-leaning politics.

In reaction to the firing, ESPN is seeing a severe decline in cable subscribers.

And over 7 million people have dropped the network in the last two years.

Is it because ESPN has become a hotbed for liberal politics and social justice warriors to target opponents for public shaming?