Half a dozen of Megan Rapinoe’s posters were vandalized in New York City’s Bryant Park subway station Monday night. Of course the NYPD is investigating it as a “hate crime,” because she’s well known as an outspoken gay radical.
Six posters on the station’s mezzanine level near Sixth Avenue and West 42nd Street were tagged with a black magic marker. “Screw this ho,” and “shemale” were scrawled across her forehead, witnesses relate. Of course the liberal media is censoring the images from appearing in public.
“Hate has no place in the transit system and we work hard to make the subway a welcoming, safe environment for everyone,” assures Shams Tarek, an MTA spokesman. “We referred this to NYPD which responded to investigate.”
The posters have already been changed, unless the MTA has some kind of miracle method to wipe magic marker off a paper poster. “Our maintenance teams got the posters cleaned and we will have them replaced with new ones if necessary.”
Long before the final match of Soccer’s World Cup, The Co-captain of Team USA started a major feud with President Donald Trump. Rapinoe automatically assumed she was going to get an invitation. Back in June, she boldly declared on Twitter that she wasn’t “going to the F…ing White House.”
“Megan should WIN first before she TALKS! Finish the job!” he tweeted back. Then he invited the team anyway — win, lose or draw. After the team did win, Rapinoe told CNN she still hasn’t received an invitation but she doesn’t want one anyway.
“I don’t think anyone on the team has any interest,” she declared. The lesbians on the team have no interest “in lending the platform that we’ve worked hard to build and the things that we fight for and the way that we live our life.”
Their only purpose in life is to promote the LGBTQ agenda. Soccer is just a distraction from that. “I don’t think we want that to be co-opted or corrupted by this administration.”
She would much rather hang out with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib. “There are so many other people that I would rather talk to and have meaningful conversations that can really affect change in Washington than going to the White House.”
If she could talk directly to President Trump, Rapinoe told Anderson Cooper, she would say, “Your message is excluding people. You’re excluding me. You’re excluding people that look like me. You’re excluding people of color. You’re excluding Americans that maybe support you.”
She especially doesn’t like his “Make America Great Again” slogan. To her that must mean some kind of “Leave It To Beaver” existence where purple-haired lesbians don’t get any attention.
It seems nobody can remember that America was once called one of the “great” powers. It had nothing to do with exclusion of anyone, it was a term of respect from around the globe of our national strength. We weren’t even the greatest power, just one of several, each of them equals on the world stage. That is all President Trump is trying to restore. A sense of pride and accomplishment.
Mitch McConnell’s former chief of staff, Josh Holmes wasn’t about to let Rapinoe’s comment go unchallenged. “I thought the swagger that they had the world stage was just awesome, represented our country really well,” he told Fox News.
“But here’s my advice to Ms. Rapinoe and others. You have an incredible platform at this point. And you have a platform that can make real change. So try to be more of a sort of inclusive team player here, where you pull people in, rather than push people away.”
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The divisiveness isn’t doing anyone any good, Holmes explains. “What she’s doing is sort of auguring towards a more partisan point of view that honestly is not going to serve her very well.” A better way to proceed, he suggests is “if you really want to make change, don’t go amongst the partisans and slam Donald Trump, go to the White House and talk to him about it. I think she might find out that equal pay is something that just about everybody agrees with.”