Do You Even Integrity, Bro? Trump Supports Giving Colin Kaepernick A Second Chance In The NFL!

What would Drew Brees say about Trump “taking back” his original stance? More importantly, what does it mean for the markets…

(by Half Dollar) One of the reasons it’s easy to tell that President Trump is a Deep State Globalist in Patriot’s Clothing is because of the non-stop flip-flopping.

To give a very specific example of what I mean, and for which I get labeled a Trump Hater, which I’m absolutely not, read this article:

In a nutshell: Trump, after playing along with the “phony witch hunt” that Trump knew was RUINING lives, as soon as the “witch hunt” was over, President Trump was talking about how he could have ended it any time he wanted to.

But don’t take ‘Ol Half Dollar’s word for it, read it from President Trump himself right here:

He simply chose to not end it.

And yet, he knew all along it was ruining lives and was wasting so much time and money (two things he also Tweeted about)?

Which brings us to this week.

Well, to last week actually.

Because I first need to set the stage: NASCAR decided to ban the Confederate Flag from all events last week, and I speculated that Trump would not even comment on the news:

So far I’ve been proven right on that because, let’s face it, it’s not hard to see coming when there’s only one person on the entire planet who can have his cake and eat it too, and no, it’s not Chuck Norris.

Nonetheless, just yesterday, here’s President Trump:

Say what?

What about this:

Or this:

Or this:

Or this:

Or this:

And this:

And what would Drew say about this?

Drew who?

Brees, of course:

Shouldn’t have taken back his stance?

Oh, but Trump can!

Ha!

Go figure.

OK, “Hey Half Dollar, what is this Trump Trash-Talk Thursday or something, or are you just off on another one of your mad tangents you wannabe writer, or analyst, or whatever the heck it is you wannabe?”.

Good questions and the answer to both are no.

Contrary to those who want to label me a hater, I do have a point here, and yes, it does have to do with the “markets”: Assuming our elections are legitimate (which I do not assume), it seems to me, as I have speculated time and time again, Trump is losing more and more “single issue voters”, and if enough of them turn on Trump, for whatever reason (single issue or not), it could spell trouble for Team Trump come November, and I’m not sure it’s priced-in.

And if I could be so rude as to throw in a shameless plug, Dave Collum and I discussed, among many things, earlier this year, the concept of single issue voters:


Thank you for your consideration!