Bingo a former VA Tech soccer player wins a $100,000 lawsuit against her coach for punishing her for refusing to kneel with her teammates.
Remember to knee down madnessa symbol of submission to Satan through the BLMs, with the George Floyd affair, all the “demoncrats” had launched this coupled with their politicized allegory and their face masks ? Worship has Molock!!!
Posted on 14.1.2023
On Tuesday, a former Virginia Tech football player won a lawsuit against her former coach after she was discriminated against because of her personal political beliefs.
In 2020, Kiersten Hening was in his third year on the Virginia Tech football team, coached by Charles “Chugger” Adair. Ahead of one of their matches in September, a ‘statement of unity’ was read as the team knelt in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. As the rest of the team knelt, Hening refused and remained standing.
After this demonstration, her coach allegedly “verbally abused” her in front of her teammates and removed her from the team, significantly reducing her playing time.
Adair’s treatment of Hening became so intolerable that she felt compelled to leave the team.
Hening also said the atmosphere around the women’s soccer team was “toxic” and “suffocating”.
She filed a lawsuit against Adair in March 2021, claiming he violated her First Amendment rights. Adair agreed to a $100,000 out-of-court settlement that includes no admission of wrongdoing by the former coach.
Although the lawsuit was successful, 76 current and former Virginia Tech soccer players released a joint statement insisting that Hening’s allegations against Adair are “baseless” and present a “distorted representation of the facts”.
The statement was released on Monday and shared on Twitter. She says, in part,
“As current and former players, we understand that women’s college football is demanding, both physically and mentally, and exceptionally competitive. In this regard, we all believe that the behavior of [Adair], past and present, has always been of the highest professional caliber. We believe Coach Adair has and will continue to do his best to put the team in competitive situations at the highest level.
Finally, we understand that a lawsuit can be settled for a multitude of different reasons, none of which is related to guilt or innocence. We firmly believe that these allegations are nothing more than a distorted representation of the facts.
[…] We stand behind Coach Adair and Virginia Tech, and what we believe to be the truth. »
Statement from 76 current and former members of @HokiesWSoccer regarding Head Coach Chugger Adair.
Coach Adair also posted a statement at the beginning of the month, saying, “I’m glad the case against me has been closed and I’m free to move forward, free of any wrongdoing.” »
“Today, we are certain that this affair had no interest, and without proof, the truth prevailed”, he added.
Using questionable logic, Adair convinced himself that losing the lawsuit and accepting a $100,000 settlement is proof that he did nothing wrong.
Following her court victory, Hening appeared on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle” where she spoke about her experience and why she refused to kneel for BLM in 2020.
“Personally, I didn’t feel like I needed to kneel down to support anything,” Hening said. “Personally, I felt like I could stand up and support something.”
Hening added that she felt the kneeling “was very synonymous with the Colin Kaepernick movement and the BLM movement, and I didn’t feel like I needed it. »
“It’s unfortunate the political climate that’s been made in college sport – and not even college sport, but just everywhere, you know, putting this pressure on athletes who – personally, I don’t believe politics has a place in the sport,” Hening said.