Trump Distracts Using NFL

Donald Trump inadvertently sparked a national kneeling trend by his slanderous rhetoric at a rally in Alabama on Friday—

“Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, ‘Get that son of a bitch off the field right now. Out! He’s fired. He’s fired!” ~Donald Trump

NFL players peacefully protesting he calls “son of a bitch,” but violent white supremacists he calls “very fine people.”

White Supresident Donald Trump followed the speech up with a typical Trump twitter tirade. (Not worth posting.) 

So, why does he pick fights with NFL players, who are within their rights to protest?

He is attempting to distract us from James Clappers proclamation on the very same Friday. Distraction is Trump’s modus operandi.


“Our intelligence community assessment did, I think, serve to cast doubt on the legitimacy of his victory in the election,” ~Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper 

Clapper continued—

“I think that transcends, unfortunately, the real concern here, which is Russian interference in our political process, which by the way is going to continue,” 

and Trump’s distractions work every time.

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2 thoughts on “Trump Distracts Using NFL

    1. I can’t decide if he’s smart enough distract when something damaging to him is about to be made public, or if someone tells him when it’s a good time to distract, or if he’s just an idiot, or maybe all of the above.

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