TRUMP Can Help End This Racial DIVIDE-N-CONQUER: What Will Trump Say About NASCAR Banning The Confederate Flag (Or Will He Just Avoid Commenting)?

In 2017 he was “so proud” of NASCAR for not disrespecting “our country or flag”, and 4 months ago Trump said “start your engines” at Daytona. What’ll he say now?

(by Half Dollar) Is this another “have your cake and eat it too” moment, kind of like Trump’s indulgence of the May Jobs Report last week?

Because it’s not like Trump doesn’t like Nascar.

He LOVES it!

He’s loved it for years:

And they’re not just great people, either.

Here’s Trump in 2017:

And Trump, less than 4 months ago:

Which seems like an eternity in the context of the pandemic, the civil unrest, the looting, and the riots.

But nonetheless, back in February:

Which brings us to the “race wars” of mid-2020, and just yesterday, NASCAR made this statement:

“The presence of the confederate flag at NASCAR events runs contrary to our commitment to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for all fans, our competitors and our industry. Bringing people together around a love for racing and the community that it creates is what makes our fans and sport special. The display of the confederate flag will be prohibited from all NASCAR events and properties.”

Also yesterday, Trump had this to say on the topic of re-naming military installations:

Here’s the question: If Trump came out and commented on these issues, wouldn’t his comments help the US move on from this race-war frenzy?

That said, what will Trump have to say about NASCAR’s decision to ban the Confederate Flag?

Follow-up question: Is the Gadsden Flag at risk too?

Follow-up question to the follow-up question: How come nobody is banning music that features the “n” word, which I don’t even have to say, much less spell out, because everybody reading this question already knows what I’m talking about, and surely people find that word “offensive”?

It would be nice to know how far the virtue signaling does, or does not go.

So we can move on from this racial divide-n-conquer stuff already.