President Trump Puts America First This Weekend

President Trump is focused on America. It’s not about bringing back manufacturing, or repealing Obamacare, or reducing government, or cutting taxes, or draining the swamp. It’s all about the NBA and the NFL. Not Sunday Humor: Here’s what the President is working on…. 

It started with his Tweet lashing out at Stephen Curry, NBPA union vice-president working at the NBA:

This caused the Golden State Warriors to issue a statement on the incident:

 

 

Since the team has become very popular by winning two national championships in as many years, the Golden State Warriors can definitely get their message heard in their celebration of their own team’s diversity and inclusion:

 

 

And while the President is “withdrawing” his invitation, he has moved on to the NFL:

At this point, It seemed like President Trump was done with fixing the problems in the United States, because just a few hours later, he was back to solving the world’s problems relating to two of the three most evil nations on earth, Iran and North Korea  (Venezuela is three but they don’t have nukes):

And just like the “break-out fake-out” we get served on the regular in the gold and silver “markets”, the President was in fact multi-tasking:

Here is the statement as reported by CBS:

“The NFL and our players are at our best when we help create a sense of unity in our country and our culture,” Goodell said in a statement. “There is no better example than the amazing response from our clubs and players to the terrible natural disasters we’ve experienced over the last month. Divisive comments like these demonstrate an unfortunate lack of respect for the NFL, our great game and all of our players, and a failure to understand the overwhelming force for good our clubs and players represent in our communities.

And so the President shall multi-task on this Sunday between Making America Great Again by setting policy for private companies which for all intents and purposes could just decide to not play the National Anthem, kind of how Army bases play the Anthem before movies in cinemas on post, but private cinemas throughout America do not (such as Carmike). Nobody stopped going to the movies.

Then we would have a two-tier type of National Anthem in sports as we do with movies. The National Anthem could be played in college sports, during the Olympics, when the National Team is playing, in what is a public, government event, but who is to say a private company must play it at all in a monopolistic industry full of unionized workers (otherwise known as professional athletes)? Perhaps if the federal government pressured the cities who provide massive tax breaks and incentives for sports and entertainment venues to favor one city over another, there could be a clause in the terms and conditions that stated that the Anthem must be played at every game and event.

Regardless, here’s a sampling of the multi-tasking President still underway:

Somehow, there is an uneasiness about the whole thing. The first question that comes to mind is:

What’s worse, a patriotic American who refuses to stand for the National Anthem, or corrupt Washington politicians who wrap themselves in the flag while destroying the US Constitution?

The rabbit hole could get much deeper, however, because war is the ultimate means of rallying everybody behind the flag. That gut feeling may not just be indigestion but the sense that something awful is about to happen…