It’s no secret where I stand politically on many of today’s issues or how I feel about the current POTUS. But despite my feelings for the man, I recognize he’s not stupid. He may not have gone to Oxford like Clinton or was editor of the Harvard Law Review like Obama, but you don’t become President being stupid, and he surely knows how to connect to his base. With that said, I wonder if I’m the only one who finds it puzzling that moments after announcing he was declaring a national emergency, he said there is no emergency. It’s almost as if he was giving the courts the ammunition to overrule him. Why? Well, once he gets the funding, that’s it. The issue kind of fades into the background, but if he’s overturned, he gets to hit the 2020 campaign trail riling up his base – see, I tried to protect you, I did everything I could, but those Democrats and liberal justices they stopped me. They left the floodgates open for illegal immigrants to come to this country and rape our women, murder our children, take our jobs. But the fight is not over; vote for me in 2020, and I’ll find a way to overcome these crazy liberals and protect you. Cue the Make America Great chants. If I didn’t despise how he has divided this country, I’d almost call this strategy genius.