Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States, recently called out the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team after they had to settle for a bronze medal instead of the gold. According to Trump, the team very well may have won had they not been so “woke.”
If the soccer team was not “headed by a radical group of Leftist Maniacs,” then it is highly likely that they “would have won the Gold Medal instead of the Bronze,” Trump proclaimed in an official statement.
Trump also blasted the woke movement in general, arguing that “Woke means you lose,” since everything associated with being “woke” eventually goes bad, noting that the women’s soccer team is an excellent example of something woke going bad.
In addition, Trump did acknowledge that “a few Patriots” had been standing, though the soccer team needs far more individuals who respect the National Anthem, as well as the United States itself.
Consequently, the women’s soccer team should ultimately “replace the wokesters” by instilling “Patriots,” which will lead to the team “winning again,” Trump asserted.
Trump also focused on Megan Rapinoe, who is a major star on the team as well as one of the highest-ranked players in the world. Rapinoe has been a highly vocal critic of Trump in the past, and she has also strongly advocated various issues related to social justice, including BLM and others.
Referring to Rapinoe as “the woman with the purple hair,” Trump ranted that she “played terribly” in her Olympics performance, which he attributes to “[spending] too much time thinking about Radical Left politics” and subsequently “not doing her job.”
In the past, the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team also decided against undertaking a traditional visit to the White House after they won the 2019 Women’s World Cup, due to the fact that Trump was then in office.
Rapinoe openly boasted about angering Trump, claiming that they embody “everything that Trump loves,” except for the fact that they are “powerful women.”
Rapinoe also justified not visiting the White House by claiming the team preferred to use its “platform … for good,” as well as “[leave] the game in a better place,” as well as “the world in a better place.”
For that reason, “I don’t think I would want to go,” Rapinoe proclaimed.