California Softball Team Kneels for National Anthem in Louisiana, Gets Brutal Response from Patriotic Crowd: ‘Liberal Wokeness!’

Players for the University of California, Berkley softball team got a rude awakening when they took a knee for the national anthem during a game in Louisiana.

The leftist protest provoked an immediate and brutal response from fans of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s women’s softball team.

Patriots in the crowd were outraged by the disrespectful display and blasted the players over the “liberal wokeness” they were expressing.

During a February 9 home game, every member of the Ragin’ Cajuns softball team stood to honor their country as the national anthem was played.

Most of the California players also stood to honor their country.

However, six of them took a knee to show their disrespect for America and their hosts in the state of Louisiana.

In the South, such actions do not go down well.

Following the incident, the San Francisco outlet SF Gate even attempted to portray the kneelers as victims of a hate campaign.

The outlet claimed that the players “were verbally harassed while kneeling during the anthem.”

SF Gate failed to mention, however, that the players were disrespected locals in a part of the country that honors God and country and respects communities.

As the players knelt, patriotic fans let them have it.

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“WOKE! WOKE! WOKE!” one man shouted.

“Stand up!” another screamed.

“Stand up, California!” another man shouted.

Another fan bellowed out the words, “Liberal wokeness!”

Eventually, the shouting became so widespread that the comments became indistinguishable.

But the booing was heard loud and clear.


The Ragin’s Cajuns ended up routing the Bears – shutting them out 8-0 and leading to game officials invoking the mercy rule, SF Gate reported.

Cal’s players were entitled to their free speech, but so was everyone else in the stadium.

Everyone involved in this spectacle was practicing their constitutional rights.

The anthem controversy arose in the first game of a two-game weekend series, according to SFGate.

California won the second, which was played on Feb. 11.

However, the anthem wasn’t played before that game because it had already been played on the field for another game earlier in the day, according to SF Gate.

READ MORE – Democrat Rep Blasts Super Bowl Fans for Not Standing during ‘Negro National Anthem’

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