Serena Williams wahh wahh !

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The liberal loons have been watching so many TV shows and movies featuring female "superheroes" effortlessly beating up men that they're now totally divorced from reality, not that they had very far to go to get there. McEnroe, who has always been a liberal himself though obviously still grounded in reality when it comes to evaluating tennis, calls Williams the greatest female player ever but is supposed to "apologize" for telling the truth about how she would fare against men, a no-no in a society built on a towering edifice of lies when it comes to race and gender.

The loons should take McEnroe up on his suggestion that men and women play on the same tour. Then of course the girls would have to play best of five sets instead of best of three like they do now (while still receiving the same prize money as the men players, more than a bit "sexist" if you ask me). I think very few of them could last five sets.
 

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The liberal loons have been watching so many TV shows and movies featuring female "superheroes" effortlessly beating up men that they're now totally divorced from reality, not that they had very far to go to get there. McEnroe, who has always been a liberal himself though obviously still grounded in reality when it comes to evaluating tennis, calls Williams the greatest female player ever but is supposed to "apologize" for telling the truth about how she would fare against men, a no-no in a society built on a towering edifice of lies when it comes to race and gender.

The loons should take McEnroe up on his suggestion that men and women play on the same tour. Then of course the girls would have to play best of five sets instead of best of three like they do now (while still receiving the same prize money as the men players, more than a bit "sexist" if you ask me). I think very few of them could last five sets.

You know this, but it is not just a matter of number of sets but the speed, timing, and power of the men just overwhelm the women every time.
 

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Don Wassall said:
The loons should take McEnroe up on his suggestion that men and women play on the same tour. Then of course the girls would have to play best of five sets instead of best of three like they do now (while still receiving the same prize money as the men players, more than a bit "sexist" if you ask me). I think very few of them could last five sets.

If men would play women in tennis or any other sport, you'd only hear about it when the woman happened to win once every now and again. If the man wins, all the big bully did was "beat a girl." If he loses, he's no longer a man because "how did he lose to a girl?!" Much like race relations in which white people can never be presented in a positive light (as a group), the same is true for men/boys (as a group). Women/girls, however, are encouraged at all times...


"There's no such thing as gender...but women kick ass!" bleats the Marxist buffoon.

I've always wondered why The Left has never attempted to "integrate" professional sports, such as the NFL/NHL/NBA/MLB, with women. They're certifiably-insane when it comes to pushing the folly that is "gender equality," but even they know their limits. The U.S. Women's National Soccer team, a squad that just won the Women's World Cup in 2015, was recently trounced, 5-2, by a random under-15 boys team from Texas...

http://www.cbssports.com/soccer/new...-the-u-s-womens-national-team-in-a-scrimmage/
 

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The fact that the Left don't push for an end to sex segregation in sport just shows they don't actually believe their own race/gender/whatever-is-a-social construct rhetoric. It's about naked power and bullying others not principle. Ironic though that it is a lifelong lefty like McEnroe who is the one calling BS on them. If he'd been a typical conservative he'd probably have apologised by now.
 
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Why is it that when I see Serena play at Wimbledon or wherever that Austin Powers is going to run onto the court and pull off her mask and say " It's a man BABY " ?
 

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The liberal loons have been watching so many TV shows and movies featuring female "superheroes" effortlessly beating up men that they're now totally divorced from reality, not that they had very far to go to get there. McEnroe, who has always been a liberal himself though obviously still grounded in reality when it comes to evaluating tennis, calls Williams the greatest female player ever but is supposed to "apologize" for telling the truth about how she would fare against men, a no-no in a society built on a towering edifice of lies when it comes to race and gender.

The loons should take McEnroe up on his suggestion that men and women play on the same tour. Then of course the girls would have to play best of five sets instead of best of three like they do now (while still receiving the same prize money as the men players, more than a bit "sexist" if you ask me). I think very few of them could last five sets.
Here's McEnroe on NWO CBS News "defending" his position against a couple of SJW feminist harpies and NWO Gatekeeper shill Charlie Rose:
 

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I've read various times over the years that McEnroe is part Jewish on his mother's side. Her maiden name was Tresham, I have no idea what the origin of that is. But if he's part Jewish he's never talked about it. Wikipedia doesn't mention it and it often identifies Jewish ancestry.
 
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I don't see what Serena's so butthurt about. McEnroe repeatedly called her the greatest female tennis player (questionable at best). With his "not top 700" comment he simply stated something that shouldn't be controversial at all to anyone with a proper understanding of biology. I can probably throw a baseball farther than the average man on the street but there's no way I could ever compete at the same level as elite male athletes. Either Serena doesn't have a proper understanding of biology (common among her people), or her mind simply processed "whitey talkin' bout me, not all of it good, das rayciss and sexiss, probably homophobic, xenophobic, and Islamophobic too."
 

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. Either Serena doesn't have a proper understanding of biology (common among her people), or her mind simply processed "whitey talkin' bout me, not all of it good, das rayciss and sexiss, probably homophobic, xenophobic, and Islamophobic too."

It's a combination of both. ;-)
 
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It's been awhile since this thread, one of my favorites, has been bumped. After Brutus was defeated by Sofia Kenin, she apparently wanted to get out of there ASAP, and because she's SERENA, they had to kick Dominic Thiem out of the main interview room to accommodate her. Here is an amusing article from the incident, seems most everyone is taking Dominic's side on this:
Thiem blasts Serena 'bad personality' in Roland Garros press conference row

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Dominic Thiem celebrates after beating Pablo Cuevas (AFP Photo/Martin BUREAU)
Paris (AFP) - Dominic Thiem has accused Serena Williams of having a "bad personality" as the bizarre row over him being booted out of his own press conference so that Roland Garros organisers could accommodate the American superstar instead took another twist.

Austria's Thiem, the fourth seed in the men's event and the 2018 runner-up, was conducting his post-match press obligations after reaching the last 16 late on Saturday.

However, he was then informed that the main interview room was needed by Williams who had just suffered a third round loss to Sofia Kenin.

It was the 23-time Grand Slam title winner's earliest exit at a Slam in almost five years and she was eager to be away from the tournament site as quickly as possible.

"It is just the principle," Thiem told Eurosport German.

"Even if a junior is in there, every player has to wait."

He added: "It also shows a bad personality in my opinion. I am 100 percent sure (Roger) Federer or (Rafael) Nadal would never do something like that."

There was no indication as to who had decided to shift Thiem mid-flow on Saturday night.

"It's a joke," fumed the 25-year-old Thiem to media officers after being told he should finish his interviews in a smaller room.

"I have to leave the room because she's coming. What the hell, I don't care. I can also do whatever I want."

Roger Federer, meanwhile, leapt to the defence of Thiem, describing him as "a superstar, a male superstar".

"I think the one who is still in the tournament gets priority, that's how I see it," said Federer after easing past Leonardo Mayer on Sunday to reach his 54th quarter-final at the majors.

"There must have been a misunderstanding or maybe they should have kept Serena still in the locker room, not waiting here in the press centre.

"I don't know exactly what happened. I understand Dominic's frustration. I don't think he's mad at Serena or anybody. I just think it was an unfortunate situation."

Former German great Boris Becker also said Thiem was in the right to object to his eviction.

"If he is giving an interview, and his press conference isn't finished, then everybody else has to wait, including Serena Williams," Becker told Eurosport on Monday.

"It was unfortunate for the organisers to put both players in that situation and they should know that if Dominic is doing his press conference then when he's finished it's Serena's turn.

"It was an awkward situation."

French sports daily L'Equipe claimed that Williams had shown no preference over where she carried out her press conference.

"Put me in another room, a smaller one, but now," she was reported to have said.

With Williams reportedly becoming increasingly impatient, officials looked to rescue the situation by moving Thiem to another room.

"That's really impolite," she was heard to say.

Thiem will be back on press conference duty on Monday as he is scheduled to face home hope Gael Monfils for a place in the quarter-finals.
 

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Looks like Serena's Wimbledon is about to end in the 1st round due to sliding and falling on the court.
 

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I don't want to get my hopes up too much but if she doesn't win this year's US Open I don't think Serena will beat Margaret Court's record.
 

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It's certainly been great fun watching Serena stumble the past four years, often in Slam finals when it looked like she would cruise past Court's mark. One girl after another has risen up and beaten her, usually to immediately fade back into the large pack of mediocrities that have comprised the women's tour for too long. Just looking now, Williams hasn't won a Slam event since the Australian Open in January of '17, and she'll turn 40 in September, so I agree this year's U.S. Open may be her last chance to tie or break Margaret Court's record.
 

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Williams is apparently retiring, though who knows for sure. She wrote (or more likely had ghostwritten for her) a super puff piece on Vogue, replete with a nauseating amount of "glamour" pictures. I'm not going to read it, if anyone does and can decode if she's retiring for sure or not please feel free and report back. If she does retire it means both she and Tiger Woods fell short of becoming the all-time leader in major titles in their sports -- and with no successors anywhere near on the horizon some 25 years after they were supposedly going to "transform" their sports into Black dominated ones. To the contrary, they were true outliers that only confirm White domination of golf and tennis:

https://www.vogue.com/article/serena-williams-retirement-in-her-own-words
 

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Puff piece for sure. It sounds like she'll play the U.S. Open and hopefully that will be it.
Glad to see her move on so the media stops the worship-fest every year.
 

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Williams is apparently retiring, though who knows for sure. She wrote (or more likely had ghostwritten for her) a super puff piece on Vogue, replete with a nauseating amount of "glamour" pictures. I'm not going to read it, if anyone does and can decode if she's retiring for sure or not please feel free and report back. If she does retire it means both she and Tiger Woods fell short of becoming the all-time leader in major titles in their sports -- and with no successors anywhere near on the horizon some 25 years after they were supposedly going to "transform" their sports into Black dominated ones. To the contrary, they were true outliers that only confirm White domination of golf and tennis:

https://www.vogue.com/article/serena-williams-retirement-in-her-own-words
Every time I see an update to this thread, I click on it with the hopes of her retirement being announced. When that day comes, it’ll be a good one.
 

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Yes we are all anxiously awaiting for both Serena Williams and Tiger Woods to exit the stage left. The almost constant temper tantrums and other antics got old over a decade ago. We will not miss them acting like babies.
 

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I'm shocked no one has commented on this video exposing the Williams Sisters. They push transgender everywhere. From Victoria Secrets Models, Playboy Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Music Industry, Hollywood, Scholastic System, Corp. World, Politics, etc, etc.

I've know this for a very long time and tried to post about it a long time ago. I guess no one here cares. It's so obvious and it's not fair
to the other tennis players. At least they are finally done now. Glad Serena didn't break Courts All Time Majors Record.
 

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I'm shocked no one has commented on this video exposing the Williams Sisters. They push transgender everywhere. From Victoria Secrets Models, Playboy Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Music Industry, Hollywood, Scholastic System, Corp. World, Politics, etc, etc.

I've know this for a very long time and tried to post about it a long time ago. I guess no one here cares. It's so obvious and it's not fair
to the other tennis players. At least they are finally done now. Glad Serena didn't break Courts All Time Majors Record.
No offense but I don't believe Serena is a guy. It's a ludicrous idea. She's built like the Linebacker we call her but she's not a guy. It's nonsense. We care about injustice in sports and I believe she probably used steroids and performance enhancing drugs. That's the cheating part. BTW, did you see my PM to you?
 

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No offense but I don't believe Serena is a guy. It's a ludicrous idea. She's built like the Linebacker we call her but she's not a guy. It's nonsense. We care about injustice in sports and I believe she probably used steroids and performance enhancing drugs. That's the cheating part. BTW, did you see my PM to you?
I just saw it. Yes it's a shame that people are dieing everywhere from something that they thought would help them.

I disagree 100 percent. No disrespect brother. Britney Griner the WNBA Star that was arrested in Russia has video of her topless. It's
a man. They do this everywhere my friend. These people do this in entertainment especially because they want this to become
mainstream. Hence why they push it in schools. From the lgbt agenda to the transgender agenda. These people are not like us.
 

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Yes, I would agree about Griner, but not Serena. It's still crazy times we live in regardless. Thanks for responding!
 

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Watching the video that WL posted there certainly seems to be a lot of circumstantial evidence that the Williams’ are in fact men. However proving it would be the easiest thing in the world with a dna test, no?

And given how easy it would be get a dna sample one would think someone would have pulled this off already?

No doubt they are built like men and hideously ugly compared to the likes of Sharapova and all of the other generally attractive female tennis players but looks can be deceiving.

Seems to me that if the people who made that post on gab really wanted to prove it conclusively they could do so with a dna test.


Also if they were adopted what were their birth names? There must be records of that somewhere no?


Don’t get me wrong I’d love to see these two proved as actual men. It would sure kick the legs out from their entire careers, but the evidence here seems flimsy to me.
 
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