Members of the WNBA teams New York Liberty and Seattle Storm left the court before the national anthem played before their game.
Many outlets said the ladies left during the anthem based on an ESPN tweet. The network corrected itself and said they left before it played as if that makes it any better.
— ESPN (@espn) July 25, 2020
Correction: Players left the court before the national anthem was played, not during. https://t.co/MdW7HtMO1P
— ESPN (@espn) July 26, 2020
I almost forgot the WNBA still exists. I’m not alone.
Who even watched this? Ban them off the court for good. The national anthem is for everyone in this country and to not stand for it is disrespectful
— John Fleming (@jflem84) July 26, 2020
60000? Lmfao… Maybe 6 if that. Nobody watches that shit league. Nobody cares.
— y – K Brown (@Rastafari670) July 26, 2020
They have more viewers than @JoeBiden
— MorCreed6.5 (@5Morcreed6) July 25, 2020
Good thing no one was watching!
— Lisa Boothe (@LisaMarieBoothe) July 25, 2020
This is literally the only 23 seconds of the WNBA I have ever watched
— Emily Domenech (@ehdomenech) July 25, 2020
I’m hearing that three of their six viewers were offended by this move. They may have just cut their audience in half. Not smart.
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) July 25, 2020
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