L.A Angels Baseball Team Owner: It's 'Very Necessary' to Vote for Trump
Arte Moreno pushes for the president's re-election
Arte Moreno, the owner of the Los Angeles Angels baseball team, has urged people to re-elect President Donald Trump, saying, “it’s very necessary."
Moreno, who is a fourth-generation Mexican American, spoke during a “Latinos for Trump” roundtable at the in Phoenix Arizona Grand Resort & Spa.
“We all know where we’ve been,” he said.
“It’s necessary to focus on today and the future, and it’s very necessary to vote for President Trump.”
Moreno turned Phoenix-based Outdoor Systems advertising into a multi-billion-dollar company since purchasing it in 1984.
He also added a second Trump term would help small business owners.
Moreno has been a longtime Republican candidate supporter and donor.
He is also also a veteran of the Vietnam War, according to the Arizona Family.
Monday's event was Trump's fifth campaign visit this year to the state weather polling shows in slightly behind Joe Biden, according to The Hill.
Moreno's remarks come months after Major League Baseball was caught spreading far-left Black Lives Matter propaganda across social media, with Twitter saturated with "woke" posts from players and the league alike.
Dozens of radical-left posts emerged from MLB in an apparent show of support for the Marxist BLM group.
In 2016 and 2017, pro baseball escaped from much of the anthem kneeling controversies by avoiding pressure from the woke mobs.
If the league’s Twitter account is any indication of where baseball is heading, however, that seems to be coming to an end.
Earlier this month, American multinational primary cable sports channel ESPN announced it would televise protesting players singing the “black national anthem."