Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods Drops The Hammer on Critics of President Trump

If you are approached with a camera and a microphone in this day and age, it is almost expected that you’ll be asked to disparage the President of the United States.

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Sure, that sounds bizarre and perhaps a bit exaggerated, but there is no denying that the subject of Donald Trump may be the most talked about on the planet at this point in our lives.

Not only is the Commander in Chief setting economic records and smashing ISIS to smithereens, but he is doing so in the face of a media machine hellbent on completely destroying him.  Not only is the mainstream pushing to drown the President in criticism, but men like Jim Acosta are constantly attempting to goad Donald Trump into an angry, vitriolic response by shouting questions and insults his way at every opportunity possible.

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If Acosta had treated Obama with the same disrespect, you wouldn’t know his name because he would have been sent packing by CNN in an instant.

Now, a sports reporter has attempted to coax Tiger Woods into badgering his friend Donald Trump.  Woods wasn’t having it.

Asked after his victory on Sunday, Tiger responded with:

“Well, he’s the President of the United States. No matter who is in the office, you may like, dislike personality or the politics, but we all must respect the office.”

…still, the reporter persisted. Woods is a celebrity. It’s required for him to have a political opinion. Especially a leftist one.

Which brings us to the greatest response to a reporter’s question that anyone has ever given. Ever.

Woods was asked if he had anything more to say regarding the state of race relations and discourse.

“No,” Woods answered. “I just finished 72 holes and I’m really hungry.”

Somehow, the mainstream media has turned into grocery store impulse-buy tabloids over the course of the last two years.

But, what do we expect from the types of organizations who use a 12 year old alleged affair by a billionaire playboy to condone a visit to the strip club on the company dime.

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