A pro-family activist who is dedicated to expose the truth about homosexuality contends it is sad that some members of the World Cup champion U.S. women's soccer team are promoting a political agenda – instead of just playing soccer.
With a lesbian coach and several lesbian players (including World Cup MVP Megan Rapinoe pictured to the left) the U.S. women's soccer team is priding itself as a symbol of LGBTQ inclusion.
Rotten to the core
Through numerous tactless displays and anti-American rants, teammates have stood firmly behind Rapinoe in her refusal to visit the White House – if invited by President Donald Trump.
Besides her and her teammates’ demanding equal pay to the men’s U.S. soccer team, Rapinoe continues to step up her pro-LGBT, anti-American campaign on and off the field, ignoring the National Anthem before games and standing next to her teammate Allie long – who dropped the U.S. flag between her legs and did a choreographed dance with Rapinoe and co-player Alex Morgan during their post-game celebration (denigration).
Not only has Rapinoe and her fellow players – several of them being fellow lesbians with a couple on the team engaged to each other – used the game to promote homosexuality, they ultimately claimed that gays own the sport, tweeting, “Gays rule!” and “Science is science,” and chanting through the Guardian, “Go gays!” and, “You can’t win a championship without gays on your team – it’s never been done before – ever.”
In addition, Rapinoe disrespected the presidency, saying that ignoring the anthem served as a “[expletive] you” to Trump, later saying she’s “not going to the [expletive] White House” if her team wins the Cup.
Enough is enough
Americans for Truth about Homosexuality Founder and President Peter LaBarbera contends that the American people are sick and tired of everything being politicized.
"They're also tired of this obnoxious loud LGBTQ agenda, which inserts itself into every facet of American life now," the pro-family activist insisted.
In spite of the team’s disrespect for the country and anti-Trump and pro-LGBT rhetoric, LaBarbera believes that Trump should go ahead and invite the team to the White House.
"If they don't come, that reflects on them – it doesn't reflect on Trump,” the conservative leader argued. “Trump is a patriot. He loves this country, and he's trying to celebrate the women's soccer team without getting into politics. And I think the American people need to see who is putting politics above love of nation – and it's very clear that Megan Rapinoe is."
LaBarbera does not believe the president should be walking on eggshells, and he insists that not inviting a championship team to the White House because some members have a leftist anti-American LGBTQ political agenda would send the wrong message.