Canada beats the US Women’s soccer team and goes to the final.

Megan Rapinoe of the United States looks dejected as Canada celebrate after the match

Before Megan Rapinoe and the whole Women’s Rights (pay us more! we haz vaginas!) in soccer crap came along with her, I was enjoying the hell out of soccer once again. I had seen matches played with heart and players being fierce which reminded me of the old time soccer I grew up watching.

But political bitch came along and covered the whole enchilada in political crap sauce rendering it unpalatable at first and then just plain disgusting even to look at.

And just to stay in focus: It was Megan’s team that lost, not the US even if they were wearing the colors. The US Olympic committee let her run the show so they can be considered the losers also.

But since this is the Olympics were losers are the “real winners”, expect to see Megan’s contract with Subway renewed and probably pick up a few endorsements on the way.  We are that upside down screwed up as a country  right now.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

3 thoughts on “Monday Morning Olympic Schadenfreude”
  1. She didn’t want to go to the White House when Trump was in office.

    Now she’s a lower and loses don’t get invited to the White House.

    The Lord works in mysterious ways…

  2. Somebody forgot rule 1 of being a sports celebrity. In general one must actually be both skilled and successful to be of consequence. I suspect we will have the Kaepernick/Rapinoe principle up there with Godwin’s Law and Dunning-Krueger.

  3. Wasn’t there a transgender on the CA team? Surely that is why they lost.

    They had to prove their wokeness, and could not have beaten a team that is more woke than they are.

    But, wait. Isn’t the transgender on the CA team a female to male? Shouldn’t he (she?) have been on the men’s team?

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