Women’s World Cup Team Excludes Rare Black Player for her Christian Faith

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After yelling about inclusion,  exclusionary Women’s World Cup Team illustrates the ultimate hypocrisy…

Making the words “F— Trump” its battle cry, its rebel yell to rally itself, the women’s World Cup team comes with a lot of wokeness.  According to the Washington Times:

The World Cup team’s activism is well established. Team captain Megan Rapinoe, who calls herself a “walking protest” against the Trump administration, accused President Trump of “excluding people” in a Tuesday interview on CNN.

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“Your message is excluding people. You’re excluding me. You’re excluding people that look like me. You’re excluding people of color,” Rapinoe said in a message to the president.

Weird thing to say to a president who invited her to the White House, win or lose, but the hypocrisy doesn’t stop there.  Here’s the doozy the Washington Times based its piece on:

Jaelene Hinkle, a 26-year-old star for the North Carolina Courage professional team, has been called the top left defender in the U.S. game, but she wasn’t selected for the national team — a decision that may have had more to do with politics than prowess.  READ FULL ARTICLE ON AMERICAN THINKER


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