Donald Trump has recently expressed that the 2018 NBA Champion Golden State Warriors are not invited to the White House. This statement comes as a particular surprise as the Warriors had already made up their minds that they would not be going to the White House anyways. Right-wing political affiliates all over the United States are going absolutely nuts for this statement. They are claiming that President Trump is continuing to pave the way for new social movements by proving that you can, in fact, disinvite people that were never coming in the first place.
Trump says that the Warriors or Cavaliers won’t be invited to the White House after NBA finals.
That’s like me saying I won’t be inviting the Pope to my House for dinner this evening.
You Can’t disinvite people who weren’t planning to attend.
— Brian Krassenstein (@krassenstein) June 9, 2018
This action may be a sign of positive empathetical and mental change for our troubled President. Instead of spewing ignorant lies that we all know is false, he is now simply spitting ignorant statements that further validate what we already know. The obvious sense of insecurity stemming from this statement, further validates the sayings of Pop-Culture Icon, Chris Brown, who famously said, “I don’t see how you can hate from outside of the club, you can’t even get in.” Trump’s undeniably genius statement (we all agree, everyone agrees), must be a disgusting shot to the Warriors, who will now not be able to meet Donald Trump because they are no longer invited to the White House. Not only does this mean that the players will not be blessed with the opportunity to meet Trump, but they will also be unable to be endowed with the endless wisdom that he has to offer.
The NBA Champions visiting the White House would be like a 5th grader telling the teacher that they weren’t going to detention, so the teacher just canceled it and said that they didn’t have detention anyway. Anybody with a brain the size of Donald Trump’s would easily be able to understand the complex psychological and strategic thought process that went into this statement. Unfortunately, there aren’t many of us out there with brains the size of a peanut. Immediately regretting this statement, Trump rambled on saying, “But we have other teams that are coming. If you look, we had Alabama — national champion. We had Clemson, national champion. We had the New England Patriots. We had the Pittsburgh Penguins last year.” However, if you look at these teams, both College Football powerhouses do not really have the option to avoid our definitively stupid and debatably racist President and the other two teams are legitimately the whitest teams imaginable.
Trump’s ego still appears to be in a state of disarray following LeBron’s tweet last year, where LeBron put Trumps ego on skates and pushed him down the northern face of Mount Everest. Hopefully, this recent display of ingenuity by our President will not harm the mental state of the Warriors going into a key off-season and his own ego will be fully torqued, by the time this is all over.