WNBA champion Natasha Cloud has doubled down on her criticism of the United States following Supreme Court rulings on affirmative action and a case involving artist Lorie Smith.

Cloud created quite a stir Friday when he wrote on Twitter that «Our country is garbage in so many ways and instead of using our resources to make it better, we continue to oppress marginalized groups we have targeted since the beginning of time» and that «The Black/Brown and LGBTQ+ communities are too powerful to continue tackling issues separately.»

On Saturday, Cloud spoke out again, taking aim at those who criticized her for her comments. She said those critics had to hit her with something better than «moving to Russia or China.»


Natasha Cloud, #9 of the Washington Mystics, reacts to a play against the Minnesota Lynx during the first half of the game at Entertainment & Sports Arena. (Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)

«I am lucky enough to travel the world for my career. I have been to many countries where I would have my human rights, healthcare, free/assisted education, I don’t have to fear mass shootings or white supremacists, no I don’t have to worry about the highest rates of maternal mortality,” he wrote.

«Less police killings, no mass incarceration based on race, adequate minimum wage, rights to my body as a woman, I WANT TO SAY I CAN MOVE ON.

«Because these are things America is capable of… and when I say trash that’s what I mean. We choose to allow politicians to line their pockets and spew hateful false ideologies to turn us against each other.»

«America is a business.»

The guard for the Washington Mystics hypothesized whether whites wanted to be black.


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Natasha Cloud, #9 of the Washington Mystics, dribbles against the Atlanta Dream during the first half at Gateway Center Arena. (Alex Slitz/Getty Images)

«If I asked everyone if they wanted to be black in America or part of the LGBTQ+ community during this time in history. They’re lying if they say yes. Everyone sees the disparities. And if they don’t, they’re uninformed, ignorant and /or just plain racist,» he wrote.

«It’s plain and simple.

«They’re tired of me telling them they’re racist. I’M TIRED OF THEM BEING RACIST.

«You don’t know me or my heart. But you still hate me right away because of the color of my skin, being gay, and being a woman.

«This is how some of you were raised and trained to think. IT’S WRONG.»

Cloud then had a message for «the outfitters of my religion.» She added, «you are all the people who killed Jesus.»

“Religion in this country is political, it is armed, it is hypocritical, it is disappointing. It is not love. Because God is love. In the purest form.

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Natasha Cloud #9 of the Washington Mystics warms up before the game against the Minnesota Lynx at Entertainment & Sports Field. (Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)

«Take a good look at how they live their lives in a constant state of hate and judgment. Hypocrisy at its finest.»


On Thursday, the Supreme Court rejected the use of race as a factor in college admissions as a violation of the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment. On Friday, the Superior Court ruled in favor of Smith, who sued the State of Colorado for its anti-discrimination law that prohibited businesses that offer sales or other accommodations to the public from denying service based on a customer’s sexual orientation.

Fox News’ Joe Morgan contributed to this report.