The Silicon Valley star owns crypto himself but can't in good conscience push fans toward an investment where they could lose everything.
“Fire in the hole,” Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale tweeted as he released the ad Thursday.
After some gifted vandal turned an ad for Jeffery Fortenberry into an ad for Jeffery "Fartenberry."
"If somebody called my wife a dog and said my daddy was in on the Kennedy assassination, I wouldn’t be kissing their ass."
Apparently we've now reached the "racist 4Chan scam" phase of the controversy surrounding Colin Kaepernick's new ad.
It's a historic first for American political ads.
One Trump fan running for governor of Georgia is standing out in the worst way possible.
"Client is a hugely wealthy man. Hugely successful. Everyone says it."
Google, Facebook, and Reddit have now all banned cryptocurrency and ICO advertising on their platforms.
Which was just a little ironic.