American Cyclist Suspended for One-Word Tweet Supporting Trump

American Cyclist Suspended for One-Word Tweet Supporting Trump

On Thursday, an American professional cyclist was suspended from his team for supporting President Trump on Twitter.

According to Fox News, Trek-Segafredo suspended cyclist Quinn Simmons for “divisive” comments.

Fox continues:

Simmons, 19, reacted to a tweet from Dutch journalist Jose Been in which she said she hoped for her American friends that “this horrible presidency ends for you,” adding “if you follow me and support Trump, you can go.”

Simmons replied to Been, saying “Bye” with a dark-skinned hand emoji waving. Her tweet was later deleted.

A separate Twitter user wrote that Simmons was “Apparently a Trumper.” He wrote back: “That’s right” with an American flag emoji.

He also responded to a separate tweet, which screen-shotted Simmons’ reaction with Been.

Trek-Segafredo then put out a statement suspending Simmons “until further notice.”

“Regrettably, team rider Quinn Simmons made statements online that we feel are divisive, incendiary, and detrimental to the team, professional cycling, its fans, and the positive future we hope to help create for the sport,” the team wrote. “(He) will not be racing for Trek-Segafredo until further notice.”

The “tolerant” Left is at it again, now trying to ruin yet another sport.

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