Loser USA Women’s Soccer Team REJECTED Same Pay Structure As Mens Team, Still Complaining About Pay

LYON, FRANCE - 7 JULY, 2019: Megan Rapinoe of USA seen during the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Final match between USA and Netherlands.

The USA Women’s soccer team is quickly proving to be some of the most degenerate, whiney, overpaid losers in the United States.

The team, who has a history of complaining about their “unequal” pay, finally admitted that they are paid the same, if not more than the men’s team however they are still complaining. This comes as no surprise considering they’re liberal feminists.

The soccer team is now claiming that although they are paid the same, if not more than the men’s team, their pay is still unfair because they have “to work more than a man and be much more successful” to receive “about the same pay.”


According to a new report from The Hill, the social justice warrior team appealed Judge Gary Klausner’s May 2020 decision where he dismissed the women’s team’s claim that they were discriminated against on pay. Klausner referred to the fact that the team rejected the same pay structure as the men.

“The WNT was willing to forgo higher bonuses for benefits, such as greater base compensation and the guarantee of a higher number of contracted players,” Klausner said in his ruling. “Accordingly, plaintiffs cannot now retroactively deem their CBA (collective bargaining agreement) worse than the MNT (men’s national team) CBA by reference to what they would have made had they been paid under the MNT’s pay-to-play terms structure when they themselves rejected such a structure.”

The Daily Wire reports:

The women’s team previously attempted to get the pay discrimination claim reinstated by appealing to the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Now, they’ve filed their direct appeal of Klausner’s ruling, claiming it was “based on a flawed analysis of the team’s compensation, despite the abundant evidence of unequal pay.”

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The appeal, filed by 28 current and former players, requested Klausner reconsider several factors, including the fact that the women’s team, on average, wins more games than the men’s team.

“In effect, the court held that pay is equal if a woman can obtain the same amount of money as a man by working more and performing better. That is not the law,” the appeal states.

Spokesperson for the women’s team Molly Levinson  told CNN: “If a woman has to work more than a man and be much more successful than him to earn about the same pay, that is decidedly not equal pay and it violates the law.”

“And yet, that is exactly what the women players on the US National team do — they play more games and achieve better results in order to be paid about the same amount as the men’s national team players per game. By any measure, that is not equal pay, and it violates federal law,” Levinson continued.

The argument from the women’s team makes no sense because they bring in less money than the men’s, therefore they can’t be paid as much unless they want to run their sport into bankruptcy. To be fair, logic and critical thinking aren’t strong points for feminists.



Shortly after Klausner’s ruling back in 2020, the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF) responded, agreeing with his decision.

“The District Court rightly noted that the Women’s National Team negotiated for a different pay structure than the Men’s National Team, and correctly held that the Women’s National Team was paid more both cumulatively and on an average per-game basis than the Men’s National Team,” USSF wrote.

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