By Robert Wenzel
While Trump-supporting whites in suburbia are burning their Nike shoes, sales are soaring for the firm.
According to Fortune, a new report from Edison Trends says Nike’s online sales grew 31% from Sunday through Tuesday of Labor Day weekend this year following release of the news that knee bender Colin Kaepernick will head its current "Just do it" campaign.
“There was speculation that the Nike/Kaepernick campaign would lead to a drop in sales but the data
does not support that theory,” Edison said in a statement.
Like I said:
Nike understands its market all too well. It is the unthinking masses who justifiably feel oppressed. And Nike's message to them is essentially: "We understand. Fight the man and just do it in any way possible. And do it in our athletic shoes." It is aimed at, among others, real thugs and pretend thugs.
Nike is simply an opportunistic organization that knows how to profit off of the damaged human beings created by government regulation.
Robert Wenzel is Editor & Publisher of