Olympics New: Caitlin Clark Olympics Dreams Shattered And Battered Due To

Caitlin Clark Olympics snub down to the ‘black gay mafia’, says Jason Whitlock: ‘They/Thems hate Cait’

‘BLM-LGBTQIA+Silent P Alphabet Mafia bigots’ are the target of Jason Whitlock’s outraged reaction to Caitlin Clark’s exclusion from Team USA at the Olympics. Whitlock has done this by posting a series of scathing messages on social media.

Despite the fact that the news of Clark’s rejection in Paris has caused considerable outrage across the American sports community, the conservative podcaster Whitlock went even further on Saturday by accusing the homosexual community of being responsible for the WNBA star’s absence.

In the beginning, Whitlock expressed his satisfaction that Caitlin Clark would not be participating in the next Games. He wrote, “Am I the only one glad that they eliminated Caitlin Clark from the Olympic team?” For the first time in my life, I won’t have to sit and watch a group of irate, entitled, and anti-American feminists play basketball.

Whitlock’s wrath, however, quickly shifted away from patriotism when he wrote, “They/Thems Hate Cait.” This was the moment when everything changed. This concludes the tale.

He maintained his line of reasoning in a later post, saying, “Women’s basketball decision-makers are not stupid.” Bigoted members of the BLM, LGBTQIA, and Silent P Alphabet Mafia have harassed and intimidated them.

Caitlin Clark has reportedly been left out of the USA team for this year’s Olympic Games

‘BLM-LGBTQIA+ alphabet mafia’ was the entity that Jason Whitlock attributed to Clark’s unexpected absence.

“The same cowardice that allowed “Lia Thomas” to swim, created statues of George Floyd, made Juneteenth a federal holiday, legalized marriage between people of the same gender, and allowed drag shows that were “kid-friendly” to take place… They keep offering offers we don’t reject.

‘The Mafia dislikes Cait. She refuses to publicly worship the Yas Queens and doesn’t scissor, so she sleeps with the fishes.’

Jason Whitlock blamed 'BLM-LGBTQIA+ alphabet mafia' for Clark's surprise omission

Clark’s management by the WNBA has been critiqued over the first 12 games of her time in the league, with players seemingly targeting her due to the buzz when she was the first choice in the Draft this year.

She was shoved to the ground off the ball by Chennedy Carter in last week’s game against Chicago Sky. OutKick creator Clay Travis said the physicality Clark was having to endure in games was because she ‘is a white heterosexual woman in a black lesbian league’.

Whitlock, after expressing those thoughts, then shifted his attention back to the sport itself, arguing with a follower who argued there is not a single member of the USA Olympic squad that she should replace.

‘She could replace any of the 12. None are needed to win the gold,’ Whitlock said. ‘The “who do you remove from the team?” debate is ludicrous. Like it matters.

‘For the first time in American history, women have the biggest star in sports and they don’t know how to utilize her. This is high comedy. They’re all Tito. She’s Michael. Beat it.’

Clark, the first pick in this year’s WNBA Draft, has helped boost the popularity of women’s basketball to new levels since being taken by Indiana Fever.

Clark, 22, was picked first in the WNBA Draft earlier this year by the Indiana Fever

Clark, 22, was picked first in the WNBA Draft earlier this year by the Indiana Fever

She scored 30 points on Friday to lead the Fever to a close win over Washington Mystics

But her Olympics omission was anticipated for weeks – as DailyMail.Com reported a month ago, on May 8.

There is a ‘pay your dues with Team USA’ attitude within the national team meaning players cannot expect to be included for the biggest games if they are not constantly accessible.

Clark was the only collegiate player invited to join the US’ 14-player training camp earlier this year. However, she was unable to go as she was part of the Iowa Hawkeyes team which reached the national championship game in the NCAA Tournament. She scored 30 points on Friday to lead the Fever to a narrow win over Washington Mystics

On Friday, Clark scored 30 points as the Fever beat Washington Mystics 85-83 for their third win of the season.

The WNBA season will be taking a pause from July 21 to August 14 for the games with the Americans opening the tournament in Group C against Germany, Japan and Belgium.

The USA will kickstart its search for another medal on July 29 against the Japanese.

Team USA is targeting their eighth consecutive Olympic basketball gold medal – and 10th overall – in Paris.

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