U.S. Women's soccer star Megan Rapinoe joined San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in protest on Sunday night, kneeling in solidarity during the national anthem and saying being a "gay american," helped her empathize with the struggle for minority rights.
Yes, a soccer "star," no doubt wildly popular with the average debased American who can't get enough of watching uncoordinated and awkward lesbians play South American grass hockey. Clearly this heroic act from someone who has felt the pain of the batteries running out in penile substitutes needs a lot of attention.
Either this game is in Bodymore or happened after a super virus outbreak.
"Being a gay American, I know what it means to look at the flag and not have it protect all of your liberties," Rapinoe told American Soccer Now. "It's important to have white people stand in support of people of color on this."
For awhile they wouldn't let us have obscene depravity parades or force our mental illness on normal, healthy people. Thank g*d for the friendly merchant and its "progressive" policies of nation-wrecking and profound evil. Also, you're not actually "standing," but two and two is five so whatever.
Rapinoe, who currently plays for the Seattle Reign in the National Women's Soccer League, become the first nonblack professional athlete join in the recent protest of the national, ESPN reported.
Yes, we have a national dyke ball league that plays in front of empty stadiums.
Referred to as "one of the USA’s most skillful attackers and goal scorers," in her official U.S. Soccer bio, Rapinoe won gold with the national team in the 2012 Olympics and helped lead the U.S. women to their 2015 World Cup victory.
Referred to as "the one that looks like a young Bob Barker and not the one that took lots of selfies of her own anus" she is clearly an important personage in Weimar America.
"I am disgusted with way he has been treated and the fans and hatred he has received in all of this," Rapione wrote to espnW's Julie Foudy, who posted the comments in a series of tweets.
Clearly the solution is to simply remove the fans from the equation and play in an atmosphere that calls to mind Stephen King's "The Stand" more than a popular sport that any sane person cares about.
Julie Foudy, who posted the comments in a series of tweets. "It is overtly racist. 'Stay in your place black man.' Just didn't feel right to me. Need a more substantive conversation around race relations, & the way people of color treated."
A few completely degraded White Africa Ball cuckolds impotently complained about the tragic mullatto. This is "races." Time to turn off the talmudvision and leave it off.
Rapinoe said she would continue her protest at games going forward. Her next game will be this Wednesday in Maryland against the Washington Spirit, according to the team's online schedule.
Suffice it to say, lots of good seats are still available.
Come on Lizzie, stand up! Boo!