Earlier this week, Simone Biles decided to pull out of the team finals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics because she wasn’t mentally ready.

KTRK reports that Texas Deputy Attorney General Aaron Reitz retweeted a video of Kerri Struggs who won a gold medal for playing on an injured ankle back in 1996.

“He then commented, “contrast this with our selfish childish national embarrassment Simone Biles.”

Say what?!?

Is he not sensitive to a person's mental capacity? Does he think he can understand the perspective of a young woman who's actually represented her country with honor and grace on a worldwide stage?

Simone Biles is only 24 years old, and the pressure of competing in the Olympics is a lot.

After the tweet was sent, Attorney General Ken Paxton sent his support to Simone Biles in a Tweet that read:

Before you’re quick to judge an athlete on their decisions, be mindful that they are people too.

In the past, Simone Biles has competed injured before in the past and endured sexual harassment.

Can't someone take a break?

Other athletes like Naomi Osaka have done the same thing because mentally they weren't well.

While this isn't the end of the world, and I'm not suggesting Aaron Reitz step down, as a politician holding office in Texas he needs to be more sensitive. C'mon, Aaron. She's from Texas!

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Texas' Top 15 Pro Athletes from the Past 25 Years in No Particular Order

Texas' Top 15 Pro Athletes from the Past 25 Years in No Particular Order

These are, in my opinion, the Top 15 Professional athletes from the past 25 years.

Of course, we'll start with the Dallas Cowboys (of course we will) and go from there.

The NFL's most prized franchise won 3 World Championships in the 1990s in 1992, 1993, and 1995.

Those teams saw numerous Hall Of Fame coaches and players from Jimmy Johnson, Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith, and Michael Irvin. 

You can't forget about the dynasty the San Antonio Spurs had that started in the late 90s and came into the 200s as an NBA Powerhouse winning 5 NBA Championships led by players such as David Robinson, Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobli, Tony Parker, and in their later years Kawhi Leonard.

What about that 2011 Dallas Mavericks team that gave Dallas their first-ever NBA Championship under the leadership of Dirk Nowitski, Jason Kidd, Jason Terry and company?

We definitely can't deny new superstar Luka Doncic and the Mavericks of today inching closer and closer to becoming a dominant West Coast Team.

I would be foolish not to mention those Houston Rockets teams that repeated as NBA Champions in the mid-90s, (I did say past 25 years right?) and the James Harden led team, who along with Chris Paul boosted the Rockets to the playoffs year after year ultimately leading them to the Western Conference Finals.

Here are my top 15..

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