Was Trump’s Tariff Threat A False Flag?

by Michael John Scott

It seems, despite Trump’s bellicose bluster, many of the actions agreed to in Friday’s immigration deal between the U.S. and Mexico, which caused Trump to back off his tariff threats against the U.S.’s southern neighbor, were actually negotiated months before he ever promised to levy taxes on Mexican goods.

It’s clear that Trump’s bizarre threat was not only empty but was a complete lie manufactured to distract the American people from the many threats facing their corrupt president.

Officials from both countries familiar with the talks told The New York Times that Trump reportedly accepted the existing agreements after the round of negotiations sparked by his tariff threats lasted several deals. Apparently Trump manufactured a tariff threat so it would appear he was successful in negotiating a “deal.”

The Mexican government had reportedly already pledged to deploy the National Guard to its southern border to police migration in March, while the expansion of a program that would keep those seeking asylum in the U.S. in Mexico while they await the results of their cases was reportedly established in December.

It’s clear that Trump lies so much he would have to hire someone to call his dog, because the dog wouldn’t believe him.  Each morning, millions of good people wake up and ask themselves that eternally hopeful question: “Is he still here?”

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4 Responses to Was Trump’s Tariff Threat A False Flag?

  1. Glenn Geist Reply

    June 9, 2019 at 8:32 am

    Perhaps that’s one reason he doesn’t have a dog, but it’s clear that he just says whatever seems expedient at the moment with no regard for the truth or what he will have to say when the truth comes out. “Fake News” is always a safe bet.

  2. Timmy Mahoney Reply

    June 9, 2019 at 9:53 am

    Yes. Fake news is all news unfavorable to the Big Pig.

  3. jess Reply

    June 9, 2019 at 11:49 am

    Is this Sunday’s trick question because I think I might still be a tad tipsy from the wine train trip yesterday.

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