WNBA Champion Player Calls America 'Trash in so Many Ways' After Key SCOTUS Rulings

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Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s 6-3 rejection of race-based admissions at two universities under the equal protection clause on Thursday, leftists across the fruited plain predictably lost their agenda-driven minds, including one incensed WNBA championship player, who promptly called America “trash.”


In other words, move over, Brittney Griner — who became infamous for kneeling during the playing of the National Anthem — there’s a new America-bashing player in your league. [Pun intended.]

Washington Mystics player Natasha Cloud blasted the U.S. on Friday following the aforementioned SCOTUS decision and several other rulings, including that Joe Biden cannot implement his controversial student loan “forgiveness” (transfer to U.S. taxpayers) program by executive action.

Not only “trash,” tweeted Cloud, but “trash in so many ways.”

Our country is trash in so many ways and instead of using our resources to make it better we continue to oppress Marginalized groups that we have targeted since the beginning of times.

Black/brown communities& LGBTQ+ man we are too powerful to still be attacking issues separate

I’ll bet a dollar that Cloud was simply parroting the same old, tired-out left-wing talking points crap and doesn’t have a clue about one word she ignorantly tweeted. Any takers?


In another incisively brilliant tweet, Cloud babbled:

I feel like im [sic] gonna see a civil war in my lifetime.

Really, Natasha? Launched against whom, by who?

Cloud’s Friday outburst was far from her first. Here’s more, via OutKick:

Cloud claims — as a black woman in America — she’s been waiting for equality, opportunity and safety her whole life.

Never mind the fact that she went to a private high school, got a college education and now gets paid to play a game.

In 2020, Cloud opted out of the WNBA season so that she could focus on her social justice work. She took part in protests in Philadelphia after the death of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd.

“I feel like you don’t need to have known either of them to feel that trauma or to fear for your life because, now I’m not even safe in my home?” Cloud told The Philadelphia Inquirer. “I’m not safe when I go out. I’m not safe in a car. Where am I safe?”

I suggest Cloud check with Griner. I’d say something like “I hear Russia’s a great location to check out,” but that would be a cheap shot— albeit well-deserved.

Cloud now believes the country has “gone backward,” three years removed from George Floyd.

You talk about the mass shootings that continually happen and we do not do a [expletive] thing. Black and brown people [are] continuously being killed by police, the people who are supposed to protect us. We still don’t have equity. Systemic racism still thrives. We are mass-incarcerated. We have taken so many steps back.


There’s a whole bunch of pre-packaged delusion packed into the above paragraph, beginning with ignoring black-on-black homicide, the leftists’ delusional “defund the police” movement in the aftermath of Floyd’s death, the myth of “systemic racism,” and Cloud’s mass-incarceration claim— given the release of repeat-offenders to the streets of America’s already crime-ridden cities.

But, hey— narratives matter on the left, while facts tend to be nuisances.

Meanwhile, the aforementioned Ms. Griner, following her 10-month stint in a Russian prison for allegedly carrying hash oil in her luggage at an airport near Moscow, has apparently decided that America isn’t such a bad place after all, and now says:

Hearing the national anthem, it definitely hit different. It’s like when you go for the Olympics, you’re sitting there, about to get gold put on your neck, the flags are going up, and the anthem is playing, it just hits different. It means a lot.

Natasha Cloud was unavailable for comment.


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