Megan Rapinoe Launches a Vulgar Attack on God as Her Career Ends in Disaster

U.S. women’s soccer star Megan Rapinoe is an objectively contemptible human being for a myriad of reasons, but even given all that, this writer would’ve strongly preferred to address the ignominious end to her professional career with a little more decorum and respect, if only because that’s what decent people do. Yes, time and time again, Rapinoe has shown herself to be anything but decent and not particularly deserving of any grace, but as a sports fan, it just doesn’t feel right to send off a decorated athlete — even one as obnoxious as Rapinoe — with a snicker. Or, at least, it didn’t feel right until Rapinoe opened her mouth following a Saturday night non-contact injury that, in all likelihood, will be the last image of her on a soccer field. First, here’s the injury and the immediately palpable devastation from Rapinoe: If this was actually the last time anyone saw Rapinoe on the pitch, then yes, perhaps you ignore all of her past transgressions and simply wish her the best in her post-playing career. But it was not the last time anyone saw Rapinoe, as she made a point to come out post-game with perhaps her most vile statement ever — which is saying something. Watch for yourself below: After joking around about finding the same surgeon who worked on injured New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Rapinoe launched a blasphemous salvo that was no laughing matter — and it began with a remark that might be the understatement of the century: “I’m not a religious person or anything,” Rapinoe began. “And if there wasn’t God, like, this is proof that there isn’t, because this is f***ed up. So, yeah, it just, it’s just f***ed up, you know?” Oh, we know. But the messed up part isn’t the devastating injury that Rapinoe suffered, which happens all the time in sports (and those athletes certainly aren’t questioning God’s existence because of it.) The messed up part is the otherworldly narcissism exhibited by the soccer star. Seriously, she suffers an injury so God must not exist? She does know that profoundly Christian athletes (and everyday Christians, as well) suffer catastrophic injuries right? Somebody needs to tell Ms. Rapinoe that God is not here to glorify her. The exact opposite is true, in fact: We are all here to uplift God and His glory. So no, as absurd as it is to have to say this, Rapinoe’s devastating injury offers no “proof” of God’s existence, or lack thereof. It does, however, offer proof that Rapinoe’s on-field career is finished — totally and completely — and the world will frankly be better off with her vain, anti-American, and anti-woman voice having a smaller platform.
This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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