#Dotard Donald’s Bigly Kaepernick Hypocrisy

By Darrell Roberts

Speaking in front a pro-Dotard crowd,  President Trump clamored for greater violence in the NFL as he boldly exclaimed:

“Because you know, today if you hit too hard — 15 yards! Throw him out of the game. They had that last week, I watched for a coupled of minutes. Two guys, just really, beautiful tackle. Boom! 15 yards. The referee goes on television, his wife’s so proud of him. They’re ruining the game! They’re ruining the game.”

Apparently, the President missed the report on Aaron Hernandez’s “severe case of the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).”  The same Aaron Hernandez that committed suicide while serving a life sentence in prison–for murder.   Aaron Hernandez was only 27-years old.

One would think President Trump would be more focused on ensuring that athletes receive less brain damage–not more.  If not for safety or health concerns, then maybe as a measure to reduce possible crime by brain-damaged athletes–such as…murder.

But, no.

President #DotardDonald Trump knows the real danger of the NFL…and that is players like Colin Kaepernick choosing to take a knee during the National Anthem.  On Kaepernick, the President bravely shouted: “Get that son of a bitch off the field right now, out. He’s fired. He’s fired!”

The statement was a classic display of the Trump bravery.  After all, most “PC” folks would encourage a decrease in brain-damage and would likely support the NFL to have harsher punishment for the league criminals.  For instance, they may call for longer suspensions of NFL players that commit violent crimes.  Such as the long-held NFL policy on domestic violence or violence against women which seems to be a four-game suspension.  That is unless said violence is caught on tape and the public sees it–then, and only, then–it matters.  But again Trump is not politically correct, and many #Dotardables (that is my coined word combination of dotard and deplorable) claim he just, “tells it like it is!”

If only President Trump had the same courage and fire to publicly condemn Nazis, white supremacists, and white terrorists as he does kneeling athletes.   If only President Trump could pardon the action of Mr. Kaerpernick as easily as Sheriff Arpaio’s intentional law-breaking.   Would that not be a pleasant surprise?

Following the President’s lead, it is now time for others to take a non-PC stand and also bravely step up to “tell it like it is.”

It is time for the American people and Congress to stand up to any President when they criticize POWs, real-life blood and gut Generals, Gold Star families, and the American intelligence agencies.  Perhaps, such a brave stand could also mention it is not acceptable to fire a guy investigating one’s criminal activity.   Then compound the problem by inviting possible co-conspirators and provide them Top-Secret information–never acceptable.

How about, the next time President Trump criticizes Americans to defend Vladamir Putin and Russia (remember, you think we’re so innocent?)  someone bravely stands up and says, “Get that son of a bitch off Air Force One right now, out. He’s fired. He’s fired!”  

 

NOTE:  The potential sales from War the World Awaits: Trump vs. Rocket Man  Pay-Per-View fight increased substantially with Un’s dotard comment. 

4 comments

  1. LOVE this article. Nailed it completely. It’s hard to follow the thought process of a guy like Trump who is so upset about a kneeling football player because he thinks it’s disrespectful to America yet he would shut down the government because he can’t get his way on repeal and replace, or his stupid wall. I think he’s embarrassed us enough. He’s endangered us enough. He’s brought the integrity of this nation down enough. When is enough…enough? Hopefully soon.

    1. Thank you, Jackie. You are 100% correct. As I have said before, you have writing talent, Jackie. The best part of your writing is that you can effectively infuse your emotions and that is a talent that most people do not possess. It’s always good to hear from you, Jackie.

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