It appears cancel culture has lost a round.

Buffalo Bills All-Pro safety Jordan Poyer announced Friday that his charity golf tournament, which he had been forced to cancel because having the event at Trump National in Doral, Florida, made some folks squeamish, is back on.

The event, which tees off July 10, is now sponsored by PublicSq, according to the New York Post. It will remain at the course owned by former President Donald Trump.


Jordan Poyer from the Buffalo Bills had to cancel his charity golf tournament because of liberal sponsors pulling out due to it being hosted at Trump Doral.

Well, at @officialpsq, we care about raising money for charity and we're also not a bunch of babies.


— Michael Seifert (@realmichaelseif) June 30, 2023

“PublicSq is proud to partner with Jordan Poyer. We’re glad to see he’s standing against the cancel-culture mob that tried to shut down this charity event and we will always support freedom-loving Americans like Jordan whenever there is an opportunity to do so,” Michael Seifert, founder and CEO of PublicSQ, said in a statement.

The event benefits  Erie County Medical Center Foundation.

"The great news is that the tournament is going to happen," Poyer said, according to Fox News.

"We had the most amount of tremendous support around the country. We had a sponsor — PublicSq — based right out here in Florida … they’re going to sponsor the entire tournament. And the tournament is actually happening July 10 at the same exact place,” he said.

"We are grateful to announce that PublicSq will be our presenting sponsor for this year’s edition. We also want to highlight the outpouring of support that we have received from professional athletes, the general public, businesses and charitable organizations across the country. In the next couple of days, we will announce our athlete and celebrity lineup." Avalon Sports, which represents Poyer, said in a statement.

Poyer had earlier taken to Instagram to announce that his tournament was being nixed due to “external pressures.”

“Unfortunately, there have been a numerous amount of teams from up north that have pulled out of the tournament,” Poyer said then. “Not just pulled out of the tournament, but also wrote emails to a big sponsor that was going to help sponsor my tournament.

“That company, now… it’s unfortunate that they pulled out and decided that they don’t want to take part in my tournament, in which they took part in last year, because of where it’s at, at the Trump National in Doral.”

Kudos to NFL Player Jordan Poyer for refusing to bow to the woke mob! And shoutout to ⁦⁦@officialpsq⁩ for sponsoring the tournament after the woke sponsors pulled out! Trump Doral is a great course! I hope you have a great tournament!

— Caitlyn Jenner (@Caitlyn_Jenner) June 30, 2023

Poyer had said he was sorry politics interfered with the event.

“I had hoped that we could kind of get past that,” Poyer said. “And I thought that we did. It seems that we haven’t and it seems that this is, even, just the way America is right now.”

“I’m not naive. I understand where they are on the political spectrum. I understand where New York is on the political spectrum,” Poyer said. “Do I agree with it? No. I don’t. A lot of it, I’m sorry, I don’t [agree with it.] I’m sorry, I just don’t. I’m going to be honest with you, I say the quiet part out loud and some of y’all don’t like that, and that’s OK.”

Poyer also said when he announced the cancellation that he was “upset at the fact that this is where we are in America right now.”

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

When you see an amazing, home run-robbing, self-sacrificing catch in MLB, you know that part of the motivation behind such a play is the exorbitant check the player is about to receive.

When you see that kind of play in the amateur ranks? It can only be for the love of the game.

And, boy, does University of Central Florida baseball player Jack Porter love the game.

Porter, a sophomore utility player for the UCF Knights, went viral on Thursday for robbing a home run in a Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League game.

You can watch the jaw-dropping play for yourself below:

@espn @CBSSports @JackPorter2022 robs @JazzBaseball of a 3 run home run in style! #AllAboard Thanks Richard Parrish for the video!

— Lima Locos Baseball (@locosbaseball) June 29, 2023

Ouch. Did any part of Porter's 6-foot-1, 180-pound frame not hit something?

And the above video is slowed down to show what happened. Imagine seeing the insane play live. Or imagine being the other team and witnessing Porter tumble over the fence -- only to see him lift the ball securely over his head.

Porter, who is clearly working on keeping his skills sharp despite the college baseball season being over, plays for the Lima Locos in Ohio.

Despite the relative anonymity of the Locos, it's pretty easy to see why the video went viral. That sort of spectacular catch requires a special blend of heart, fearlessness and passion.

Of course, defense isn't Porter's only strength.

The young man showed a penchant for making big plays at the high school level as well.

Here's Porter ripping off the game-winning hit at an invitational for top baseball prospects in 2021:

@UCF_Baseball commit @JackPorter2022 with the walk off 2 rbi single for 18 Platinum as they advance to the final 4 of the @PathwayBB Invitational in Phoenix. #RepTheK


Here's another clip of Porter just on fire at the plate:

@UCF_Baseball commit @JackPorter2022 continues swing a hot bat going 4-6 with a double and 3 runs scored in Farmington. #RepTheK


Porter's heroics in the summer league earned him a little slice of fame beyond Twitter virality, as he was featured on ESPN's flagship program, "SportsCenter," in its daily "Top 10 Plays" segment.

Now, the No. 1 play on Thursday was actually a mundane out in an MLB game, the caveat being that the out secured Yankees pitcher Domingo Germán the 24th perfect game in MLB history.

Did Porter's incredible catch deserve to be placed over a routine -- but historic -- play? That's for fans to decide.

For Porter, making the Top 10 list doing something he so clearly loves was probably reward enough.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

The in-laws and a nephew of NASCAR great Jimmie Johnson were killed Monday in what police are calling a murder-suicide.

The incident took place Monday in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Police believe that Terry Janway, 68, shot and killed her husband, Jack Janway, 69, and their grandson, Dalton Janway, 11. The Janways are the parents of Johnson’s wife, Chandra Janway, according to KOKI-TV.

Muskogee police said a call was received at 9:05 p.m. Monday from the Janways’ residence. A female caller told police a disturbance was taking place and someone had a gun. The caller then hung up, according to the Muskogee Phoenix.

When police arrived, they found Jack Janway lying in a hallway inside the house.

As they entered, they heard a gunshot from inside the house.

After removing Jack Janway, police called for the occupants of the house to emerge,  but no one ever did.

Police entered the house to find Terry Janway and Dalton Janway dead.

Muskogee Police Officer Lynn Hamlin said police believe the incident was a murder-suicide.

"That's what they are still investigating but there appears there's no threat to the community so it's looking very likely that it's a murder-suicide," she said.

“It was traumatizing to find out that a long-standing family who had made so many contributions to our community were involved in this type of incident. It was even more bone-chilling to find out there was a child involved,” Muskogee Mayor Marlon Coleman told KOKI, noting that he was a patient of Jack Janway, who was a chiropractor.

“I knew Dr. Janway. Dr. Janway has worked on me, we’ve been acquaintances for a very, very long time since I’ve been in Muskogee. Just knowing that it was him and his family took a different toll on me," he said.

Coleman said the tragedy points to the need for awareness of looming mental health issues.

“One thing I want to say to my community right now is that more than ever, we need to love each other,” Coleman said.

“We need to be concerned about each other enough that if we identify issues with family or friends, that we talk to them and get them the help that they need,” he said.

Johnson's team has pulled out of an upcoming NASCAR race in Chicago.

"LEGACY MOTOR CLUB has elected to withdraw the No. 84 Carvana Chevrolet from this weekend’s NASCAR Cup Series event in Chicago. The Johnson family has asked for privacy at this time and no further statements will be made,” the team posted on Twitter.

"We are saddened by the tragic deaths of members of Chandra Johnson's family," NASCAR said in a statement. "The entire NASCAR family extends its deepest support and condolences during this difficult time to Chandra, Jimmie and the entire Johnson & Janway families,” NASCAR said in a statement, according to ESPN.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

WNBA star Brittney Griner complained on Monday that the league previously did not offer her preferential treatment by allowing her to fly privately after she was heckled at an airport earlier this month.

Griner was confronted by conservative social media personality Alex Stein at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport on June 10.

Stein asked the Phoenix Mercury center, "Do you wanna boycott America, Brittney?” and a number of other questions in a viral clip.

As people got in between the two, Stein shouted, "She hates America! What about the merchant of death, Britt?”

WARNING: The following video contains language some viewers might find offensive.

Alex Stein Dunks on Brittney Griner!@WNBA @TheWNBPA @espn

— Alex Stein #99 (@alexstein99) June 11, 2023

The “merchant of death” comment was a reference to the Biden administration's December prisoner swap that saw Griner freed from a Russian prison in exchange for notorious arms dealer Viktor Bout.


Griner had previously said she did not believe the national anthem should be played at sporting events.

On Monday, ESPN reported that Griner addressed the media about a new WNBA policy that allows her to choose her own flights.

"I think we should have already had the option to use a different airline, a more private airline, charter flights," Griner said.

"It's a shame that it had to get to rock bottom because I feel like waiting for something to happen and then making a change, you don't know what that something's going to be. We've all seen what can happen in this world. And when you play the 'let's wait and see' game, you're really playing with fire. You're playing with people's lives.”

“It’s just a shame that it took so damn long, honestly," she said of no longer having to fly commercially.

ESPN shared Griner's complaints on Twitter, where many people were less than sympathetic to them:

Start creating revenue, that might help..

— John A (@CaptJohn77) June 27, 2023

If your business made more revenue this issue is over

— New York Jets Fan (@Jet_Geno) June 27, 2023

Griner was traded for a Russian arms dealer and her destiny is to bankrupt the WNBA with charter air travel.

— brrrr chapo ♻️🤑 | top 1% (@cBeastwin) June 27, 2023

She shouldn’t be getting any special treatment

— Anthony Perez (@APFromNY) June 27, 2023

Griner and the rest of the Mercury struggled to a 2-10 start this season that resulted in the firing of head coach Vanessa Nygaard on Sunday. Nygaard has been replaced by interim coach Nikki Blue, according to ESPN.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

A professional basketball player who previously blamed a heart issue on the COVID-19 vaccine died of an apparent heart attack this past week, according to reports.

Oscar Cabrera Adames, 28, who played the sport he loved internationally, said he developed myocarditis after receiving two Pfizer shots that were required for him to travel to Europe.

The native of the Dominican Republic posted on Instagram that he had developed the heart condition and was still searching for answers as to what was wrong with him.

Fox News reported Adames died last week at a medical facility in Santo Domingo while a physician checked his heart.

The young man was undergoing a stress test when he died, it said.

Sportskeeda reported Adames had unleashed on the vaccines and those who mandated them.

“I got a damn Myocarditis from taking a f***ing vaccine. (I got 2 doses of Pfizer) And I knew it! Many people warned me,” he wrote on Instagram. “But guess what? It was compulsory or I couldn’t work.”

He added, “I am an international professional athlete and I am playing in Spain. I have no health problem, nothing, not hereditary, no asthma, NOTHING!”


Adames also spoke about a sudden collapse he experienced two years ago and his road to recovery, the report said.

“I suddenly collapsed to the ground in the middle of a match and almost died. I’m still recovering and I’ve had 11 different cardiology tests done and guess? They find nothing,” he wrote online.

Dominican sports commentator Hector Gomez shared the news of Adames' death in an Instagram post last week.

Sportskeeda reported Adames was playing in the Spanish Amateur Basketball League when he collapsed in 2021 just two weeks after he was considered fully vaccinated.

He played college basketball at Daytona State College in Florida.

Authorities in the Dominican Republic have not said whether an autopsy will be performed.

WARNING: The following tweet contains vulgar language that some viewers may find offensive.

2) Cabrera blamed the Pfizer vaccines for his sudden heart issues. Here is a translation of his post:

“I got a damn Myocarditis from putting a fucking vaccine. (I got 2 doses of Pfizer) And I knew it! Many people warned me. But guess that? It was compulsory or I couldn't work. I…

— TexasLindsay™ (@TexasLindsay_) June 24, 2023

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, myocarditis has been seen "rarely" in young adult men after they received the COVID-19 vaccines.

The American Heart Association calls myocarditis a “serious though rare condition where inflammation develops in the myocardium, or middle muscular layer of the heart wall.”

The condition can “weaken the heart and its electrical system” resulting in its inability to properly pump blood.

A stress test, such as the one administered on Adames, is used by doctors to evaluate how the heart functions during certain physical activities, per the Mayo Clinic.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

Macon Bacon isn't going anywhere.

The Georgia-based collegiate summer league baseball team released a statement Thursday, after being sent a letter from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine stating they need to stop the "glorification of bacon."

The team made it very clear: "Bacon Yesterday. Bacon Today. Bacon Tomorrow.

"Bacon Forever."

We have released the following statement regarding the Macon Bacon team name:

Bacon Yesterday. Bacon Today. Bacon Tomorrow.

Bacon Forever.#DripGrease || #StartTheSizzle

— Macon Bacon 🥓 (@GoMaconBacon) June 22, 2023

Never changing😤 #BaconForever

— Macon Bacon 🥓 (@GoMaconBacon) June 23, 2023

The feud started earlier this month when the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine decided to erect a billboard trying to pursue fans of the team to stop eating bacon and sent a letter to Brandon Raphael, the president of Macon Bacon, according to WMGT-TV.

The letter, written by the nutrition education program manager Anna Herby, stated, "Macon Bacon’s glorification of bacon, a processed meat that raises the risk of colorectal cancer and other diseases, sends the wrong message to fans."

The letter added the team should "promote plant-based bacon alternatives" and said the team could instead be named "Macon Facon Bacon."

This may be the new gold standard. Its the Macon Bacon mascot and his name is kevin.

— Rich Rito (@themoocher828) April 24, 2023

"As role models in the community, Macon Bacon should set a good example for fans and stop promoting bacon."

At first, Raphael didn't believe it was real, WMGT reported.

He stated he initially thought "it was a joke" from some fans, "which is a lot of fun."

"But as I started realizing that this was more of a serious tone," Raphael said. "I really sat down and had a chance to read it and collect my thoughts a little bit about what this was about."

The team president added: “Fans voted on the name in 2018, so Macon Bacon is our name, and that’s the way it’s going to stay."

Raphael eventually doubled down on the community connection as the main reason for not changing the name.

"We just wanted to make it known that we’re not interested in changing our name for anybody because we are the Macon Bacon, and we are the team of the community here," he said.

The Macon Bacon are in the West Division of the Coastal Plain League, a wood-bat amateur summer league. To participate in the league as a player, you must have played at least one season of college baseball and still have at least one season of college eligibility left.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

It does indeed appear as if Twitter owner Elon Musk and Meta CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg are on a collision course.

And no, that's not a euphemism for some business merger or litigious showdown.

Musk and Zuckerberg really do appear headed for an old-fashioned, schoolyard fistfight.

The entire ordeal, which seemingly began over a joking social media post from Musk, has blossomed to the point that the best man to promote this potential circus sideshow of an event this side of professional wrestling mogul Vince McMahon -- UFC President Dana White -- has gotten involved.

White, whose well-documented bombast and charisma have always made him a natural showman, spoke about the looming battle of the billionaires while speaking with TMZ and made it seem like a very real, very imminent possibility.

You can watch the interview below:

"I was talking to both Elon and Mark last night," White told TMZ, also explaining that Zuckerberg's original response to Musk of "send me location" was a direct reference to UFC legend Khabib Nurmagomedov.

The UFC head honcho then made it crystal clear: "Both guys are absolutely dead serious about this."


When White was asked how he could make that statement with such certainty, he made it clear that he was just passing along what the social media billionaires told him.

"Because they both said, 'Yeah, we'll do it,'" White said. "They both want to do it."

He then revealed that Zuckerberg reached out to him first about a potential fight with Musk, but first wanted to know if the Twitter head honcho was "serious" about a fight.

White, apparently acting as the intermediary between the two, said that he took that question to Musk, who responded, "I'm dead serious."

Given how close this fight may come to fruition, White, ever the promoter, made it clear that this would be "the biggest fight ever in the history of the world."

He also predicted that a Musk-Zuckerberg fight would "break all pay-per-view records" and raise "hundreds of millions of dollars for charity."

As for how much a potential celebrity fight card headlined by Musk and Zuckerberg would cost fight fans and the curious, White made it clear that it would actually be more expensive than the standard UFC pay-per-view.

Whereas UFC pay-per-view events run $80, White revealed that a Musk-Zuckerberg supercard would run a viewer $100. While he didn't discuss it specifically, one would imagine actual tickets to the fight would cost quite a bit more.

As to just how much money the fight could raise, he doubled down that he thinks the figure would be historically astronomical.

"The biggest fight of all time was Floyd Mayweather and Conor [McGregor, in a special attraction fight]," White said. "And I just think [this fight] triples that."

He added that there's "no limit" to how much revenue a Musk-Zuckerberg fight night would rake in.

Despite the UFC head honcho's unbridled enthusiasm and expectations for social media billionaire fisticuffs, there has still been no official word about a fight taking place between Musk and Zuckerberg.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

A new report claims that the Texas Rangers are being criticized for not holding a “pride” Night.

As noted by Breitbart, the Rangers are the only Major League Baseball that does not have what has become a de rigueur event for other teams, most often in June, which LGBT advocates celebrate as “pride” month.

“The fact of the matter is it’s a free marketing opportunity, it doesn’t cost them anything personally and they can boost revenue by looking inclusive," a former employee who was with the organization for roughly a decade said, according to the Athletic. "The fact that there hasn’t been one (for Texas), is the biggest ‘actions speak louder than words’ I’ve ever seen.”

“It’s the bare minimum thing,” the former longtime employee said. “The fact that there’s so much resistance is a huge point of contention, not just for the gay folks, but for everyone. It was always something that bothered me greatly about the organization. They do a lot of things well, where they have all these other nights for different fans and cultures. The fact that they omit one group very clearly is just ridiculous.”

The former worker said the team could hold a “pride” night if it wanted to.

“It’s the lowest freaking bar. If someone has a problem with it, they have 80 other home games. Have a section and a special ticket. Just stop making people feel like they aren’t welcome,” the former employee said.

The Athletic printed multiple complaints from sources it said were current or former team employees.

Rafael McDonnell of the Resource Center, an agency that advocates for LGBT populations, said, “The Rangers are the most difficult team to work with. And you can’t tell me the demographic of fans between the Dallas Stars and Texas Rangers is that different.”

Team owner Ray Davis was the target of some of the venom.

“If someone asked me if ownership is homophobic, I would say they haven’t blatantly said anything, but their actions say otherwise,” said Alex Plinck, a writer for the Dallas Sports Fanatic who said he identifies as gay and has done so publicly for three years.

“There’s no other reason why you wouldn’t [have a "pride night."] It’s murky, right? I can’t say they are (homophobic) but what other reason would you have not to? Some of the other theme nights they have also make people upset. They have 18 home games this month. And you can’t find one of 18 games to fit one in?” he said.

Writing on Outkick, Amber Harding defended the team.

"We saw what happened when the Los Angeles Dodgers hosted the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence — an outlandish drag nun group that mocks Catholicism. Not only did they piss off their fans (and many baseball players), but they also lost tens of thousands in revenue.

"And for what? To endear themselves to the far left, alienate a majority of their actual fanbase, and pat themselves on the back for a virtue-signaling job well done," she wrote.

The subject of the lack of a Texas Rangers "pride" night has vexed the media in the past. In 2021, the Dallas Morning News received a statement from the team on the subject.

“Our commitment is to make everyone feel welcome and included in Rangers baseball," Executive VP for Communications John Blake said in the statement.

"That means in our ballpark, at every game, and in all we do — for both our fans and our employees. We deliver on that promise across our many programs to have a positive impact across our entire community.”

The Dallas newspaper also cited a 2020 quote from Chief Operating Officer Neil Leibman.

“With respect to Pride Night, we reached out to the Resource Center and said what can we do internally,” he said, referring to the pro-LGBT organization.

“We immediately adopted some changes they suggested to be more inclusive in hiring practices. I think that’s more meaningful than just saying ‘OK, we had a 'pride night,’" he said.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

When billionaires square off, it typically involves litigation, lawyers and lots of money.

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter owner Elon Musk, two veritable titans of the social media industry, could very well be on the verge of a clash involving litigation, lawyers, lots of money -- and fisticuffs?

Indeed, it appears as if a jest from Musk has blossomed into a potential showdown after Zuckerberg took the joke very seriously, at least according to The Verge.

The tech outlet notes that the entire incident began with Musk responding to a tweet that Zuckerberg knew "ju jitsu."

I’m up for a cage match if he is lol

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 21, 2023

"I'm up for a cage match if he is lol," Musk tweeted on Wednesday.

While the "lol" (laugh out loud) would imply the tweet was a joke, Zuckerberg responded on Instagram to the tweet, with a simple message of "Send Me Location."

The Verge reached out to Zuckerberg's team and received confirmation that the Meta CEO's response was "not a joke."

"The story speaks for itself," a Meta representative told the outlet.

Musk responded to the author of The Verge article on Twitter, seemingly giving Zuckerberg his "Location."

Vegas Octagon

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 22, 2023

"Vegas Octagon," Musk tweeted, presumably describing the MGM Grand, which hosts major UFC events.

Musk, despite Zuckerberg treating this not as a joke, continued to make light of the matter, following up on his UFC-adjacent tweet with a tweet that more channeled pro wrestling.

I have this great move that I call “The Walrus”, where I just lie on top of my opponent & do nothing

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 22, 2023

"I have this great move that I call 'The Walrus', where I just lie on top of my opponent & do nothing," Musk tweeted.

As of Thursday afternoon, Zuckerberg has not followed up on either of the "Vegas Octagon" or "The Walrus" remarks, though the Meta CEO has been dabbling in martial arts lately.

The Verge noted that Zuckerberg is an "aspirational MMA fighter" though the results of those aspirations appear to largely be mixed.

As to the tale of the tape, Musk would appear to have the early physical advantage.

Zuckerberg is listed as 5-foot-7 and is 39 years old, while Musk is 51 years old and, at the very least, appears noticeably taller than 5-foot-7.

There has been no official indication of this all setting up for an actual fight, or if it actually is more akin to a pro wrestling angle meant to get a rise out of the audience.

If an actual fight does happen, one would imagine it would involve a number of legal provisions and by-laws to hammer out first.

And given the combined net worth of the two, it would also be safe to assume that any money raised from such a fight would go to charity.

For now, however, the fight does not appear any more imminent than when Musk first joked it about it on Twitter.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

America’s men’s national soccer team defeated Mexico 3-0 Thursday in a game that was halted after Mexican fans began chanting a homophobic slur.

The U.S. team won on the strength of two goals by Christian Pulisic and one by Ricardo Pepi. It was the most lopsided loss for Mexico since 2000.

For years, Mexican fans have chanted a Spanish vulgarity, which is a word for male prostitute that has become accepted as an anti-gay slur. Last year, Mexico was threatened with sanctions if its fans continued the chant.

With Mexico trailing 3-0 in the Concacaf Nations League semifinal as the second half wound down, the chant emerged again, according to ESPN.


— CBS Sports Golazo ⚽️ (@CBSSportsGolazo) June 16, 2023

Referee Ivan Barton stopped the game in the final minute of regulation time due to the chanting.

Eventually, the chant returned after a goal kick by U.S. goalkeeper Matt Turner, leading Barton to end the game early during stoppage time.

Initially, Concacaf said the game ended at the "referee's discretion,” but later issued a statement acknowledging the fan behavior.

"Concacaf strongly condemns the discriminatory chanting by some fans during the CNL Semifinal match between Mexico and the United States,” the statement said.

"Chants heard during the game led to the activation of the anti-discrimination protocol by the match officials. Additionally, security staff ejected several fans for engaging in unacceptable behavior in the stadium. These incidents were extremely disappointing and tarnished what should have been a positive occasion to showcase high-quality football in our region."

The organization said it was “urgently establishing further details and reports from security and match officials and will make a further statement in short order."

The Mexican Football Federation was fined $108,000 when fans erupted with the chant during the 2022 World Cup.

César Montes kicks out at Folarin Balogun and gets a red card. Things escalate and Weston McKennie is sent off too. 😲

10 vs. 10 for the remainder of the match.

— CBS Sports Golazo ⚽️ (@CBSSportsGolazo) June 16, 2023

On the field, the game was intense, with four red cards being issued: Weston McKennie and Sergiño Dest from the U.S. team and César Montes and Gerardo Arteaga from the Mexican team were ejected.

"These are rivalry games. These are derby games. Things like this happen across the world and in no way am I embarrassed," U.S. interim coach  B.J. Callaghan said, according to the Associated Press.


— CBS Sports Golazo ⚽️ (@CBSSportsGolazo) June 16, 2023

"It comes from a good place. They care about each other so much in that locker room that they're standing up for each other. Sometimes does it have an issue where we take a red card? Yeah, but when you know where it comes from, you can accept it, and it's a learning lesson for us,” he said.

Pulisic put the U.S. ahead in the game’s 37th minute and scored again in the 46th. Pulisic now has 25 goals in 59 international appearances, with four against Mexico.


Pepi makes an instant impact FOUR minutes off the bench. 🔥

— CBS Sports Golazo ⚽️ (@CBSSportsGolazo) June 16, 2023

Pepi scored his goal in the 79th minute.

The U.S. team will now face Canada in the Nations League final Sunday night.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.


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