Syria Airstrikes Add Nearly $5 Billion to Missile Stock Value, Guess Who Owns a Chunk of it...


"Raytheon stock surged Friday morning, after 59 of the company's Tomahawk missiles were used to strike Syria in Donald Trump's first major military operation as President. Trump ordered the airstrike on the Syrian government Thursday night in retaliation for a deadly chemical weapons attack on civilians earlier this week that killed as many as 100 people."

Apparently Donald Trump was able to kill a few things himself, meaning a few birds with one, or should I say, 59 Tomahawk missiles.

He was not only able to raise his approval rating, and throw people's attention off the real issues such as the FBI investigation into whether or not he colluded with Russia in the first place (not to mention getting people's attention away from a myriad of other cluster fucks such as Trump's removal of Bannon from the NSC and Flynn's getting immunity if he testifies on behalf of the feds in "Russia-gate"), he did so all while making it look like he is now at odds with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and he actually got some Democrats to fawn over him for making the decision to bomb the Syrian military base in the first place.

Oh yeah, and he did all of this while making a profit.