Nick Goepper, not Gus Kenworthy, should be the household name


American skier Nick Goepper won a silver medal at the PyeongChang Olympics.

But you know how it was reported at the New York Post?

The lesser-known American wins silver in ski slopestyle.

The “Lesser-known” skier.

Nick Goepper wins a silver medal and he doesn’t even warrant his name in the headline. Instead, he’s simply referred to as “the lesser-known American.”

Well, you want to know why he’s lesser-known?

Because apparently Nick Goepper went to the Olympics to compete.

Silly rabbit.

Doesn’t he know that the people who become household names aren’t the ones who went to the Olympics to compete?

Instead, they’re the ones who suck all the oxygen out of the room.

Sure, we’ve all heard of Shani Davis, Lindsey Vonn, Adam Rippon and Gus Kenworthy.

But not because they are the pinnacle of athletics.

No. We’ve heard of them because they’ve spent their time attacking the White House, Trump and Pence. And, lest we forget, accusing a coin toss of being racist.

This “lesser-known” skier was competing in the same event as Gus Kenworthy.

And how’d it go? Well, Kenworthy came in dead last while this “lesser-known” skier won the silver.

But this brief article in the New York Post (via the AP) is even more ridiculous.

You see, Nick Goepper – this “lesser-known” guy – is mentioned by name only once.

But Gus Kenworthy – who came in dead last – is mentioned four times.


Because Gus Kenworthy turned the Winter Olympics into his soap box. He, like his fellow gay athlete Adam Rippon, wouldn’t shut the hell up about Mike Pence. It’s all they talked about.

From the news reports, I got the impression that Gus Kenworthy’s sport was straight-baiting.

We get it, Gus. You’re here; you’re queer. Now shut the hell up and ski.

Is it any wonder you lost?!

Apparently you were too busy pretending the PyeongChang Olympic Games was a ten-day gay pride festival.

Nick Goepper made the mistake of believing the Olympics were about sportsmanship, competition, and doing your best.

But they aren’t anymore.

Like everything else that gets infested by Leftism, the Olympics have been ruined.

And the media helped ruin them.

As a result, it’s Gus Kenworthy’s world and Nick Goepper is just livin’ in it.

It used to be the reason someone became a star at the Olympic Games is because he or she won. Olympic medalists became the household names.

If the Olympics were still about athletics, Nick Goepper’s name would make it into the headline. He’d be the household name – not the petty, childish loser who came in last.

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5 thoughts on “Nick Goepper, not Gus Kenworthy, should be the household name

  • February 18, 2018 at 9:03 pm

    And people wonder why I won’t watch.

  • February 18, 2018 at 11:03 pm

    I’ve been disgusted by the U.S. athletes more interested in promoting their gayness than in representing the USA. I’m also disgusted in the media that can’t mention these athletes’ names without telling me who they prefer to sleep with. I don’t care. I don’t care if Adam Rippon prefers dudes any more than I care if Lindsey Vonn prefers Irish men with big members. Can he skate? Can she ski? Show me what you can do and keep your bedroom antics to yourself.

  • February 19, 2018 at 11:46 am

    Lindsey Vonn said she refused to represent Donald Trump.

    To paraphrase the immortal words of Dan Ackroyd ,
    “Lindsy, you ignorant slut, you are supposed to represent the whole freakin country. ”
    You know the folks who make up the USA.

  • February 19, 2018 at 7:43 pm

    People like Adam and Gus are trying to break down barriers. They are trying their best in competition as well as the other athletes. You do not have to be the top medalists to be remembered in the olympics, which is an event where athletes come together to promote togetherness, peace, and equality.

    • February 20, 2018 at 8:34 am

      “Eat your heart out Mike Pence!” “I broke my thumb, but now I won’t have to shake hands with Mike Pence.”

      I can just feel the togetherness, peace and equality oozing off him.

      If the Olympics were about “equality” everybody would win a medal.

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