Longtime San Antonio Spurs fans fed up with coach Gregg Popovich liberal vomit
Longtime San Antonio Spurs fans are getting fed up with coach Gregg Popovich’ liberal vomit and Trump slams. Popovich has called Trump “a soulless coward, xenophobic, homophobic, racist, misogynistic.” Popovich other rants concerning trump include calling him a “”pathological liar, unfit intellectually, emotionally, and psychologically.”
Many fans have become disenfranchised and thrown away their Spurs gear because of Popovich outspoken stance. Below are some of the other leftist jabs that Popovich has had for Trump and even Christians.
Gregg Popovich said Friday that he’s sick to his stomach that Donald Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States.
He said he’s shocked that people have chosen a president who has overlooked women and minorities, and made fun of someone with a handicap.
“Right now I’m just trying to formulate thoughts. It’s too early. I’m just sick to my stomach. Not basically because the Republicans won or anything, but the disgusting tenor and tone and all of the comments that have been xenophobic, homophobic, racist, misogynistic.
“I live in that country where half of the people ignored all of that to elect someone. That’s the scariest part of the whole thing to me. It’s got nothing to do with the environment and Obamacare, and all of the other stuff. We live in a country that ignored all of those values that we would hold our kids accountable for. They’d be grounded for years if they acted and said the things that have been said in that campaign by Donald Trump.
“I look at the Evangelicals and I wonder, those values don’t mean anything to them? All of those values to me are more important than anybody’s skill in business or anything else because it tells who we are, and how we want to live, and what kind of people we are.”
“That’s what worries me. I get it, of course we want to be successful, we’re all going to say that. Everybody wants to be successful, it’s our country, we don’t want it to go down the drain. But any reasonable person would come to that conclusion, but it does not take away the fact that he used that fear mongering, and all of the comments, from day one, the race bating with trying to make Barack Obama, our first black president, illegitimate. It leaves me wondering where I’ve been living, and with whom I’m living.
Longtime SpursEx- fan Cassandra Casanova, 65, told the Washington Post “I am completely turned off” “After all those years supporting the team, and now I just have no interest. Popovich really messed up.”
Asked about the article by a reporter earlier this week, Gregg Popovich said he did not “care” about its contents. He emphasized that the Spurs organization has never told him to temper his outspoken political beliefs.