The former U.S. Women’s National Team soccer star Megan Rapinoe, who long fancied herself to be the Colin Kaepernick of her sport, is speaking out to whine about how she believes that playing professional soccer for America was the “worst job in the world.” While appearing in the Netflix documentary series “Under Pressure: The U.S. Women’s World Cup Team,” Rapinoe was quick to complain about what it is like to play soccer for her country, she saw her 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup as “very special” despite the United States losing in the round of 16, which is the earliest they’ve ever been defeated in this event.
The radically liberal Rapinoe became a household name back in 2016, when she followed Kaepernick’s lead and started taking a knee during the national anthem before her games. U.S. Soccer fired back by banning kneeling, saying, “As part of the privilege to represent your country, we have an expectation that our players and coaches will stand and honor our flag while the National Anthem is played.”
The former Fox News host Megyn Kelly blasted Rapinoe earlier this year, saying that she was “thrilled” by her early World Cup exit. Rapinoe’s latest whiny comments show once again exactly what kind of person she is. Like most radical liberals, Rapinoe loves to play the victim, even when she’s in a position of incredible privilege. We can only hope that now that Rapinoe is retired, she leaves the limelight for good, because we are sick of hearing what she has to say!