US Women’s Soccer fans were weeping after they were demolished by one of the last teams anyone expected

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It looks like the equal pay for the United States Women’s Soccer Team is finally paying off.

You can’t imagine things getting much worse for them.

And now US Women’s Soccer fans were weeping after they were demolished by one of the last teams anyone expected.

Equal pay because of equal ability?

In today’s world, a growing number of Americans believe there is literally no difference whatsoever between men and women.

Through indoctrination, they’ve really come to believe wholeheartedly that a man can become a woman, and vice versa, simply because they feel that’s what they are – so much so, in fact, they truly believe a man can menstruate and become pregnant.

And one of the casualties of this untruthful, anti-science, cult-like belief is the idea that women’s professional sports are just as entertaining and features players just as physically gifted as men’s professional sports, and therefore should be just as profitable.

So as sports fans just try to relax and enjoy watching the world’s most elite athletes compete, they are stuck with women’s soccer as their lone primetime option on ESPN.

And since Democrats have gone on and on about “equal pay for equal work,” the US women’s national soccer team have demanded to receive the exact same pay as their male counterparts, due to the fact that they have undoubtedly been far more successful on the world’s stage than the U.S. men’s national soccer team.

Of course, while the success is certainly a key component required to receive the millions of dollars male athletes receive, it also completely ignores the fact that despite the fact that the women’s national team has won four World Cups while the men’s team has never finished better than third, and that far more female U.S. soccer players have become household names than men, the women’s team generates but a fraction of the revenue produced by the men.

But thanks to the woke left-wing outrage mob, and their reluctance to accept cold hard facts, the US Women’s team does now receive the same salaries as the men’s team.

But come to find out, equal pay apparently doesn’t produce the same quality results it once did.

A national embarrassment

The U.S. women’s national soccer team, made up of some of the best talent the team has had in recent years, recently played in a tournament in North Carolina with a top prize of one million dollars.

But the team had to face Wrexham, a small, Welsh soccer club that was barely hanging on just a few years ago before Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds and It’s Always Sunny in Philadeplhia’s Rob McElhenny purchased the club in order to invest in the club’s men’s soccer team, which is vastly more successful than their women’s team.

Essentially, Wrexham is the European equivalent of a High-A minor league baseball team.

And many pundits thought it was going to be a close match.

Needless to say, the women’s team needed a few Lia Thomas’ on their side to stand a chance.

In the first twenty minutes of the match, the band of misfits playing for Wrexham put up a commanding seven to nada lead over what was supposed to be some of the best the U.S. women’s team had to offer.

And by the end of the game, Wrexham stomped the American ladies with a twelve to nothing victory.

When asked about the curb stomping they just went through, United States’ Heather O’Reilly claimed the team was “super proud.”

“Hopefully, we’ve proved to anybody, just go for it, just live,” she added. “What’s the worst that could happen? We lose 16-0 to Wrexham?”

Continuing her rant in a stage of shock, O’Reilly tried to justify the beating they received.

“We don’t care because we’re living, we’re being bold and we’re being brave,” O’Reilly continued. “Here we have two amazing products that American soccer fans are getting behind. It’s just a ton of fun and it’s brought all of us together.

It is just amazing the level of denial some people live in these days.

The U.S. women’s national soccer team is not equal in ability to the men’s team, but here we are supporting this narrative as they get stomped by a British bush league team.

Could the U.S. women’s soccer team beat your local high school soccer team?