The start of bringing MERRY CHRISTMAS back on behalf of President Donald Trump! $1000 in cash was given away to shoppers at a Walmart in Santa Ana, California & to facebook members who won a drawing with their names pulled! Within the video is proof against the mass media with 2 underlying themes, proving that: 1) Hispanics are NOT against Trump, for don't you think there would be some really strong convictions from even at least 10% of them when parading around Trump shirts & saying TRUMP 2016 in a predominantly low income, Hispanic area - surely cash giveaways doesn't silence EVERY would be hater, does it? Well this video suggests it does - is that what welfare bribery by Democrats is all about? Either that, or there are no anti-Trump Hispanics after all! 2) Trump supporters have no stereotypical age, class, or geographical location. They are educated. They are kind. They are coast to coast. They are the majority! Be a part of the next cash giveaway in 2016 by watching the pages below! http://www.facebook.com/col... http://www.facebook.com/dol... http://www.youtube.com/COLE... http://www.twitter.com/COLE... http://www.NEWSBALL.com http://www.youtube.com/NEWS... http://www.twitter.com/NEWS...
At 15 Cole discovered that the Tiger Woods golf cards being talked about on tv shows like this one below (VIDEO 1), and being sold on ebay for $1000's, was NOT his Rookie Card. He realized he had an earlier card of Tiger that was in a Sports Illustrated 4 Kids Magazine on a tear out sheet of cards. THIS was his Rookie Card! He got his Dad to take him around card shops around Southern California, buying up the old 1996 issue of the magazine that held this secret card.
Two of the cards ended up being GEM MINT GRADED 10 out of 10 (meaning perfect condition) and sold them to the Sotheby'y/Christie's of Sports Card Memorabilia - Robert Edwards Auction House of New York.
Went through a lot in this venture including battles with Tiger Woods attorneys to give up tigerwoods.net to him and stop promoting the cards, but in the end it was worth it because a private buyer bought the cards from Cole for $240,000.
ESPN put Cole on Outside the Lines to share the story of the record breaking card sale...(VIDEO 2 & 3)
At 16, my father gave me $5,000 of the proceeds from the Tiger Woods sale, to trade stocks. Turned it into $100,000. The SEC didn't like it. While they were battling me on that, I launched a million dollar gambling investment website - doubling the money of thousands of people online. The SEC really didn't like that. & so the paparazzi came to my High School, came to my home & turned it into a circus for months.
Having never been able to charge a minor with the securities violations from my age 16 & 17 adventures, the government entrapped me into a fake conspiracy at 18. Arrested by the Secret Service outside of a bank, eventually sent to federal prison at 19 & lost life until 26 years old....