MAGA World’s Doughy Denizens spent the day beating up world class athlete Simone Biles
Simone Biles certainly did a lot to make her country proud. The 24-year-old gymnast has won countless gold medals, including 4 at the 2016 Olympic Games and 19 more at various world championships.
On Tuesday, the gymnast announced shockingly that she would no longer compete in the team part of the 2020 Games. The sexual assault survivor wanted to do the best for her mental health.
Unsurprisingly, this movement enraged a number of unfinished conservative men. Piers Morgan went to Twitter to write: “Are “mental health problems” now the excuse for poor performance in top sport? What a joke, ”he tweeted. “Just admit that you did badly, made mistakes, and will try to do better next time. Children need strong role models, not this nonsense. “
Are “mental health problems” now the excuse for poor performance in top sport? What a joke.
Just admit that you’ve done badly, made mistakes, and will strive to do better next time.
Children need strong role models, not this nonsense.
– Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) July 27, 2021
Federal editor John Daniel Davidson said: “Bile doesn’t have any particular mental illness, at least not that we know of or that has ever manifested itself before. What she was experiencing wasn’t that, it was a little more common among professional athletes: she was excited. She wasn’t mentally strong when she had to be. “
And perhaps the most pathetic criticism came from Charlie Kirk. Kirk, who dropped out of community college, said during his podcast: “You represent your nation, you selfish sociopath. Do you know who got the gold medal? Russia! I have to look at the 4’11 ”Olympians chewing on their gold medals and the Americans grinning. I don’t agree with that! “
Charlie Kirk calls Simone Biles a “selfish sociopath” and a “shame on the country”
“We raise a generation of weak people like Simone Biles” pic.twitter.com/yDLtblAS35
– Jason Campbell (@JasonSCampbell) July 27, 2021
Millions of people across the country have mental health problems. Hopefully people will be more inspired by the examples of Biles and Naomi Osaka than by the thoughtless chatter of conservative sources.
Todd Neikirk is a New Jersey-based policy and technology writer. His work has been featured on psfk.com, foxsports.com and hillreporter.com. He enjoys sports, politics, comics, and spends time with his family on the waterfront.