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Louisville Cheerleaders Suspended Over Election Comments

by: Darrelle Lincoln On  Friday, November 11, 2016


It’s that time of the year, when everybody loses their mind over the presidential election.  This year’s election, unlike any other, garnered so much attention and controversy, especially after Donald Trump won this past Tuesday.

After Trump’s victory, Louisville Cardinals cheerleader Brynn Baker and others took to Twitter posting since-deleted tweets about Trump winning and telling people to leave America if they didn’t like the results.

Now, Baker and others “are under investigation while administrators look into the circumstances that led to some specific Tweets.”




Head Spirit Coach and Spirit Coordinator Todd Sharp had this to say about the incident:

“As the Head Spirit Coach and Spirit Coordinator, I am very troubled and concerned about the exchanges that took place in social media late last evening involving one or more of our student athletes. We have worked very hard to build a successful and incredibly diverse spirit program here at the University. These conversations over the last day are not an accurate representation of our program, our values, or our coaching staff. We are investigating this matter and will take appropriate action upon the completion of such.”

Louisville linebacker James Hearns expressed his opinion: