Christian Soccer Star Who Refused to Celebrate LGBT Agenda Was Kept Off of U.S. Women’s Team, Report Says
The United States women’s national soccer team (USWNT) has been very outspoken in their support of leftist political beliefs and the LGBT agenda since they won the gold medal, and it appears the team was picked specifically to conform to that agenda. A Christian soccer star was allegedly blacklisted from the team after she refused to participate in the team’s gratuitous displays.
Jaelene Hinkle, former national team fullback, was excluded from the roster for the USWNT. She had previously refused to play in 2017 when the entire team had rainbow-colored numbers to celebrate degeneracy during Pride Month.
Even some of Hinkle’s critics like sportswriter Kim McCauley of SBNation, who believes the soccer star is a “vocal homophobe,” had to admit that “there isn’t a better pure tactical fit available than Hinkle” for the USWNT team.
“I just felt so convicted in my spirit that it wasn’t my job to wear this jersey,” Hinkle said during an interview with the “700 Club” in May 2018.
Hinkle knew that standing with her conscience and her morals could have consequences, which they likely did as she was excluded from the team.
“I’m essentially giving up the one dream little girls dream about their entire life, and I’m saying no to. It was very disappointing,” she said.
The USWNT, which has been relentlessly promoted by the mainstream media largely due to their political message, could not take one dissenting opinion from their anti-American signaling.
“Your message is excluding people. You’re excluding me. You’re excluding people that look like me. You’re excluding people of color,” open lesbian Megan Rapinoe told the president in a CNN interview.
John Stonestreet, who works as president of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview in Colorado Springs, CO, told the Washington Times that her exclusion is consistent with the growing persecution of Christianity in the West nowadays.
“You do have a very activist team. It’s very much a part of the program,” Stonestreet said. “And if we were talking about just any player, it wouldn’t be really clear, but just because of her abilities — Jaelene Hinkle is a heck of a player — it makes it that much more suspect.”
Being a principled Christian in the day and age of secular globalism will cause an individual to make sacrifices that may come at a serious personal cost, Stonestreet explains.
“We know that increasingly there is going to have to be conformity on your viewpoint to be able to participate,” he added. “I think that’s inevitable. We use the phrase ‘the theology of being fired’ — in this case, it’s the theology of being cut.”
A Pew research study released in April showed that Christians are the world’s most persecuted faith, largely because of what happens in the third-world. However, anti-Christian bigotry is being expedited into the first world now as the LGBT agenda continues to corrode the soul of the West.