A conservative-leaning Canadian news website attempted to stealth-edit the headline for one of their articles in order to salvage a source of right-wing outrage that has come into question.
Members of the U.S. women’s soccer team were accused of disrespectful conduct on Monday over the course of their pre-Olympics match against Mexico. Pete DuPre, a 98-year-old World War II veteran, was at the match to play The Star Spangled Banner on his harmonica, but during his performance, footage circulated across the Internet of some players facing DuPre while others were looking in a different direction.
The moment drew notice among conservative news observers who presumed that members of the team were disrespecting the national anthem and DuPre. As such, they