Ahead of the latest World Cup taking place in the Middle Eastern nation of Qatar, the United States Men’s National Team (USMNT) revealed a newly-redesigned team logo that features the rainbow flag colors representing “gay pride.”
As The Daily Caller reports, the World Cup is set to begin on November 20th, with the United States playing its first game on November 21st against Wales. But the host nation has been criticized for its human rights violations, particularly with regards to the outlawing of homosexuality, thus leading to the American team’s redesigned crest. Earlier this month, an ambassador for the World Cup in Qatar defended his country’s approach to homosexuality by calling the practice “damage to the mind.”
The U.S. team first unveiled the new logo, which can be seen around their team base, after arriving in Doha. In addition to the regular rainbow colors, the top and bottom of the wall lining the hallways of the team base also feature the white, light blue, and pink colors representing transgenderism, a mental disorder in which one believes that there are more than two genders and that anyone can change their gender at any given time.
Additionally, the walls of the base also feature the colors of black and brown, in a reference to the latest pro-“diversity” flag design, known as “the progress flag.” Taking the original rainbow design of the gay pride flag, the latest leftist symbol of “diversity” and “multiculturalism” features an interjecting triangle at the left-hand side, consisting of the aforementioned trans colors as well as black and brown; the dark colors are ostensibly meant to represent Hispanics and African-Americans, even though these groups have nothing to do with sexual preference.
However, the team will not be displaying the new design on their team uniforms, instead keeping the original signature red stripes.