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Senator Tom Cotton and Rep. Dan Crenshaw called for the hammer thrower Gwen Berry to be removed from the U.S. Olympic team, citing her bad words about the United States and her disrespect for the national anthem, such as Turned around and covered his head with his hands in a T-shirt during the Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon.

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Berry (who uses the words “I,” “me” and “my” a lot) fired back that “I never said that I didn’t want to go to the Olympic games…I never said that I hated the country.” And of course, she got support from the Biden White House and the Colin Kaepernick camp, who must appreciate any athlete’s ability to score publicity by insulting America when they can’t get it from their athletic abilities.

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On this subject, Instapundit made a good point, that is, Berry made herself a big story, even though she was ranked third. The media’s attention should be focused on runner-up Brooke Anderson and runner-up athlete Deanna Price.

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While everyone was talking about Berry’s childish political posturing, it was seldom mentioned that Price not only won first place but broke her own American record on two of her six throws, and became only the second woman ever to throw over 80 meters (80.31 on her fifth throw.) Now, that’s something worthy of media attention. I think we’ll all be proud to have her and Ms. Anderson represent America in Tokyo, and more to the point, I think they’ll be proud to represent America.

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