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Clay Jones for June 14, 2021

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    Concretionist  4 months ago

    Remember when it seemed like a good idea, creatively speaking, to “believe 3 impossible things before breakfast”?

    Yeah. If only we’d known…

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    RAGs  4 months ago

    It wasn’t the pants, Trump was on backwards.

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    Daeder  4 months ago

    No matter which way he puts his pants on, it still looks like he has @$$ cheeks in the front and in the back!

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    Terdarian  4 months ago

    Bill Maher says “Don’t hate the QOP voters.” We have to convince them to see the error of their ways. But how can you change the mind of those that keep electing Gohmert. You would think that just listening to the ridiculous crap that he keeps spouting would be enough. I think that a high percentage of the QOP base is very similar to Gohmert’s constituency. As long as he’s not a democrat then he’s alright.

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    superposition  4 months ago

    This is the sanest idea I’ve heard from the GOP in a long time. /s

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    outgolfing  4 months ago

    That’s the GQP’s idea of science.

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    Redd Panda  4 months ago

    There’s an easy test for ‘’vaccine magnetism’‘. Put a paper clip against your forehead, if it stays, you’re magnetic. Or you need to wash your face.

    Why is no one investigating, why the vaccine is making people forgetful? Just the other day, I … I … darn what was I saying? It’ll come to me, later.

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    piper_gilbert  4 months ago

    “It’s hard to win an argument with a smart person, but it’s damn near impossible to win an argument with a stupid person.” – Bill Murray

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    EdMeiller Premium Member 4 months ago

    That works for me.

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    mourdac Premium Member 4 months ago

    Please don’t give the Q’s any more wacko ideas, Clay.

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    Zebrastripes  4 months ago

    LMAO! LOVE it! If that isn’t the silliest cartoon….

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    admiree2  4 months ago

    It’s so reassuring to the rest of the country that the majority of Louie’s constituents continue to elect such a genius and visionary. As a former judge his decisions surely must be the standard for other jurists.

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    Michael G.  4 months ago

    “Why didn’t someone tell me my ass was so big?” – Pres. Skroob, “Space Balls”

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    Michael G.  4 months ago

    A new TV quiz program: “Are You Smarter Than A Texas Representative?”

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    FrankErnesto  4 months ago

    He represents the people that voted for him, in more ways than one.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 4 months ago

    Good Lord…. where the HELL do the Qpublicans FIND these morons?

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    Jody H. Premium Member 4 months ago

    Schwing! Hilarious, Clay!

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    IndyW  4 months ago

    Clays’ toons may be far fetched, but man are they entertaining. Too funny.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 4 months ago

    And THEN, of course, Gomer Gohmert tried the standard Qpublican response when he was called out for being a TOTAL MORON… “Hey, I was just kidding!”…

    “Sigh”
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    Godfreydaniel  4 months ago

    Pundit Virginia Heffernan of the Los Angeles Times:

    QAnon is hardly the first conspiracy theory to sweep the nation.

    What QAnon calls the Deep State was once known as “the hidden government behind a government.”

    Where QAnon says that John F. Kennedy Jr. faked his death, past fantasists of yore believed that John Belushi’s death by overdose was a government hit.

    And when QAnon followers spin yarns about a phantom cabal of satanic cannibals and sex traffickers, twisted liars of the 1850s and 1860s warned of satanic bankers and Catholics who also drank blood and abused children.

    That’s why QAnon, which made a messiah out of Donald Trump, was always bound to lose steam. It will follow the arc of furious, loopy-loo American conspiracy theories that have existed since long before the Civil War. Cults like QAnon burn bright, and they fade fast.

    QAnon’s demise, in fact, is well underway. Its leader, Q, a figure from the internet’s dark side, is now widely suspected to be the creation of Jim and Ron Watkins. The Watkins men are a seedy father-son duo in Asia who serve up pornography and hate speech online.

    If the Watkins hypothesis is true, it means that Q is not exactly the patriotic, principled avenger crusading against sex trafficking that his followers have put their faith in.

    Q has also been silent for seven months. The cryptic things Q used to post, tone poems that served as Rorschach tests for his followers’ projections, have stopped appearing. They no longer headline the rave at 8kun, the horrifying online image board administered by Ron Watkins, where they first appeared.

    QAnon’s prophecies have been abysmal failures. Early on, Q claimed “the storm” would take place on Nov. 3, 2017. Nothing extraordinary happened. He also repeatedly prophesied that John McCain would quit the U.S. Senate. McCain served until he died in 2018.

    Q insisted that Donald Trump’s enemies would commit mass suicide on Feb. 10, 2018. Nope. Finally “the storm” was again prophesied, t

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    Godfreydaniel  4 months ago

    Whoops! Here’s the rest of the relevant portion:

    Q insisted that Donald Trump’s enemies would commit mass suicide on Feb. 10, 2018. Nope. Finally “the storm” was again prophesied, this time for President Joe Biden’s Inauguration Day, on Jan. 20. Zip.

    That’s when Ron Watkins, who denies playing a part in the Q phenomenon, posted this to the Telegram messaging service: “We gave it our all. Now we need to keep our chins up and go back to our lives as best we are able.”

    Daniel J. Jones, president of Advance Democracy, a 501©(3) nonprofit that tracks extremist groups online, summed up the late January situation this way: “After years of waiting for the ‘Great Awakening,’ QAnon adherents seemed genuinely shocked to see President Biden successfully inaugurated. A significant percentage online are writing that they are now done with the QAnon.”

    Of course, the one historic event that QAnon did help catalyze didn’t end well for the participants. On Jan. 6, Trump zealots, some in QAnon shirts or waving Q flags, stormed the U.S. Capitol. [note from Godfreydaniel: Many of the traitors were waving Confederate Flags (the symbol of traitors to the United States of America) and some were waving swastikas (the symbol of traitors to the human race).]

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 4 months ago

    Anti reality Republicans live in Looney Toons Land.

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    Godfreydaniel  4 months ago

    Can you IMAGINE the fun that Mark Twain (or Socrates) would have with today’s insane Godawful Obsolete Party?

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 4 months ago

    Collectively, these mental health experts predicted that Trump’s many apparent pathologies would lead to destruction and suffering for the American people and the world.

    And republicans say that is what attracts them to big lie Trump.

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    Nantucket Premium Member 4 months ago

    The U.S. were the leaders in using fossil fuels for a LONG time. Now, manufacturing of products for use in the U.S. are manufactured in China, increasing their fossil fuel usage to be greater than the U.S. Let’s not forget that more fossil fuel is used to ship the goods. So now that some Repubs are finally starting to acknowledge climate change, they bleat that China needs to do more because they are now the largest polluters. It is amazing how much history and details can be ignored when you just care if it fits your agenda.

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    pamela welch Premium Member 4 months ago

    This is very funny Clay ♥ Thanks!

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    briangj2  4 months ago

    Unfortunately, just because someone is an intelligent human doesn’t necessarily mean they are rational. Humans are predisposed to find causal connections between events, regardless of whether those connections actually exist.

    The good news is that people can train themselves to become more rational thinkers by turning off their intuition and focusing on the cold hard facts. Sure, doing so can make often make the world seem even more inexplicable — but it’s safer to admit we can’t explain something than perpetuate the lie that a false explanation is correct.

    https://www.inverse.com/article/38403-conspiracy-theory-intelligence-rationality

    See also:

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0191886917306323

    https://www.healthline.com/health/mental-health/the-psychology-behind-conspiracy-theories

    https://psychcentral.com/blog/conspiracy-theory-disorder-understanding-why-people-believe

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 4 months ago

    The new wacko religion, The Cult of the Big Lie!

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    seamusrmacdonald  4 months ago

    The genius of Trump-and I use the word genius very loosely-is that he seems the ultimate tightrope walker, brazenly assaulting women, rorting the tax system and inciting racial and sectarian violence, all without ever having spent a night in jail. Let a Democrat try that!

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