U.S. soccer player Megan Rapinoe is widely known for pushing the radical left-wing agenda of Democrats and kneeling during the National Anthem.
However, Rapinoe is currently not listed on the roster U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT). She reportedly did not make the roster for the upcoming SheBelieves Cup Feb. 17-23.
Instead, head coach Vlatko Andonovski has compiled a roster of younger players who the team will rely on in the future.
Rapinoe struggled through a very disappointing 2021 Olympic performance.
Despite being heavily favored, the U.S. team was crushed by Sweden 3-0 in the opener.
In the end, Rapinoe and the U.S. team lost to Canada before squeaking by Australia. The team won the bronze medal.
“All these players are very good players — we know that they’ve done so much for this team,” Andonovski told ESPN.
“But right now I want to give a chance to players like Sophia Smith and Mal Pugh and Catarina Macario, Ashley Hatch, players that have earned their spot on the national team or earn their spot back.”
“I want to give them maximum minutes or whatever minutes they earn so we can evaluate every aspect of their game, in the training environment or game setting.”
Rapinoe has also reportedly upset Subway franchise owners who aren’t happy that she’s one of the restaurant’s spokespeople.
According to reports, numerous franchise owners and some customers have complained about Rapinoe being featured in advertisements.
Franchisees are charged 4.5% of their revenue for a national advertising fund, which Subway controls.
The outspoken liberal has used her position on the U.S. women’s Olympic soccer team to advance her left-wing agenda.
For this reason, Rapinoe has become a polarizing figure. Rather than focusing on soccer, she uses the field as a backdrop for her left-wing protests.
Some franchise owners and customers are fed up with the player’s political activism and disrespect to U.S. military families by kneeling during the playing of “The Star-Spangled Banner” before games.
Fox News reported, “Late last month on a discussion forum hosted by the North American Association of Subway Franchisees, a Wisconsin store operator posted a picture of a hand-scrawled note from an irate customer taped to the front door of his shop,”
“Boycott Subway until Subway fires the anti-American … Megan Rapinoe, the creep who kneels for our beloved National Anthem!” the note read.
“The ad should be pulled and done with,” the shop owner said. “It gets tiring apologizing.”