Gwen Berry dice que el escrutinio de la demostración del himno nacional prueba dos cosas

El lanzador de martillo terminó en tercer lugar durante los EE. UU.. Pruebas de pista y campo olímpicas el sábado, ganarse un lugar en los EE. UU.. Equipo olimpico. Her decision to turn her back on the flag and cover her face in the heat with a shirt that readActivist Athletewas what drew the scrutiny.

HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA OBTENER MÁS COBERTURA DEPORTIVA .

Baya, en Twitter, blasted the nasty messages she was receiving.

These comments really show that:

“1.) people in American rally patriotism over basic morality

“2.) Even after the murder of George Floyd and so many others; the commercials, statements, and phony sentiments regarding black lives were just a hoax.

Berry thanked those who did come to her defense.

I never said I hated this country! People try to put words in my mouth but they can’t. That’s why I speak out. I LOVE MY PEOPLE,” ella tuiteó.

GWEN BERRY REGRESA A LA BANDERA DE ESTADOS UNIDOS DURANTE EL HIMNO NACIONAL EN LOS JUICIOS OLÍMPICOS, DICE QUE ERA "CONFIGURADA"’

En sábado, Berry took issue with the timing of the national anthem and said she was told the anthem would be played before she stepped onto the podium.

I feel like it was a set-up, and they did it on purpose,” Berry said. “I was pissed, to be honest.

Gold and silver medalists DeAnna Price and Brooke Andersen faced the flag with their right hands over their hearts while Berry faced away and toward the stands.

They said they were going to play it before we walked out, then they played it when we were out there … But I don’t really want to talk about the anthem because that’s not important,” ella dijo. “El himno no habla por mi. It never has.

Gwendolyn Berry, izquierda, looks away as DeAnna Price and Brooke Andersen stand for the national anthem after the finals of the women's hammer throw at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials Saturday, junio 26, 2021, in Eugene, Mineral. Price won, Andersen was second and Berry finished third. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Gwendolyn Berry, izquierda, looks away as DeAnna Price and Brooke Andersen stand for the national anthem after the finals of the women’s hammer throw at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials Saturday, junio 26, 2021, in Eugene, Mineral. Price won, Andersen was second and Berry finished third. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

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