Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for September 12, 2018


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    matjestaet  4 months ago

    The WHAT? isn’t the WHAT?

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    DD Wiz Premium Member 4 months ago

    You can’t be “trapped” into perjury if you just tell the truth.

    Anyone who refuses to testify under oath BECAUSE THEY ARE AFRAID OF A “PERJURY TRAP” is basically admitting that they are incapable of telling the truth.

    Which is, of course, what Donald Trump’s lawyer John Dowd told Robert Mueller — that he can’t allow Trump to testify under oath because he is not capable of telling the truth. And essentially what Dowd told Trump himself: “You can’t testify. It’s either than or an orange jump suit.”

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    Dtroutma Premium Member 4 months ago

    Orange suit match orange complexion, speak up there, Dude!

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    keenanthelibrarian  4 months ago

    Got it in one. sport!

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    Enter.Name.Here  4 months ago

    What happened to his orange hair? ;-)

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    Kind&Kinder  4 months ago

    Everyone’s a lawyer! The way things are going, everyone in the White House may need to be.

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    braindead Premium Member 4 months ago

    After watching Kavanaugh perjure himself, do any Trump Disciples believe that Trump is capable of testifying under oath without perjuring himself?

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    garcoa  4 months ago

    The alternative truth and nothing but the alternative truth

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    in.amongst  4 months ago

    Tech era version – "The whole Whatsapp! and nothing but the whole Facebook. So help me Google! "

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    sirbadger  4 months ago

    If someone had a super memory, a question like “Have you talked to anyone about Mueller” could lead to many hours of boring testimony.

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    HarryJohnston  4 months ago

    It’s not that simple.

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    Jeddidyah  4 months ago

    Naw… Wiley Miller never does political cartoons, it’s just Irony….you know, like a iron needle under the skin sorta thing…

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    Patrick Hunt  4 months ago

    He’s got a point. I mean, with some people requiring them to be completely truthful has to be an infringement on their religious liberty.

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    TwilightFaze  4 months ago

    As a side note, this actually happened during an episode of Judge Faith. Not the perjury trap thing, but the refusing to testify under oath thing. YouTube it!

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    gammaguy  4 months ago

    As I understand it, the perjury trap is that opening between Trump’s nose and chin… the one he seems unable to shut.

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    Lenavid  4 months ago

    Anyone who denies the existence of perjury traps for people telling the truth is just naive about lawyers, legalese, and how easily grammar, syntax, and time sequences can be manipulated by competent, but malevolent, attorneys who will do ANYTHING for a victory, including subverting truth to make it appear to be a lie.

    The desperation of Mueller and his entrenched Establishment puppetmasters to save their corrupt carcasses is quite indicative of the malevolent intent necessary to resort to such subterfuge. They’re not interested in the truth except as an object to twist and obfuscate in any manner possible to achieve their ends.

    They will not be successful.

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    sanderling75  4 months ago

    Otherwise known as either the futile gesture or the last gasp

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    Scorpio Premium Member 4 months ago

    Sigh, Lawyers!

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    khmo  4 months ago

    Sounds like a NY Democrat!

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    twincaman  4 months ago

    Every day is gonna be the day that Mueller finally comes up with something, anything.I’d go on but I’m totally worn out from all the winning.

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    DanFlak  4 months ago

    Reminds me of the media: they rarely lie but seldom tell the truth.

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    Vilyehm  4 months ago

    You interrupted the judge. She was watching a Wiley Bear blogsite.


    Without buying a license.

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    jessie d. Premium Member 4 months ago

    Where have I heard that one before! Oh, yeah, the bully pulpit as Teddy R. disclaimed it. Literally so now and bully nonpareil shames us daily.

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    Qiset  4 months ago

    Question: “have you stopped beating your wife?”

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    ydntk2017  4 months ago

    Good Lord People, Lighten Up.It’s Just a Comic.

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    rlaker22j  4 months ago

    Keep it up Wiley these fools just can’t help themselves their as bad as what they talked of

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 4 months ago

    100% ACCURATE!

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    randys41  4 months ago

    keep it up miller. soon you will have only idiots and morons reading your strip. then where will you be??

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    dandye  4 months ago

    Anyone who does not believe that ANYONE can be led into a “perjury trap” has never heard the comment about getting a grand jury to indict a “ham sandwich”. Ask Flynn and Page about a perjury trap.

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    DD8  4 months ago

    The president is simply not foolish enough to walk into a kangaroo court.

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    Cerabooge  4 months ago

    Good thing I’ve never been sworn in to testify. For one thing, what judge is going to even allow anyone to tell “the whole truth”? (not that I would ever claim to know the whole truth). For another, what is truth?

    I just wash my hands of the whole thing.

    More seriously, I think I’d change it to “I affirm that I will speak of nothing but what I am convinced are facts”.

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    herdleader53  4 months ago

    Bailiff: “Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you God?”Witness: “If I knew the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth I would be God.”

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    StevenTorrey  4 months ago

    I was going to scream: aha, a reference to the Trumpster, for sure! DUH!

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    amra_leo  4 months ago

    Good gorram grief. We’ve been invaded by Trumperrhoids. It amazes me that after all the things he’s said and done, anybody still supports our Illustrious Leader…

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    hangedman  4 months ago

    Lock ’em up!

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    Wiley creator 4 months ago

    Wow. Curious how so many here today think this is a “political cartoon”. It’s called topical humor, folks. When a dopey phrase like “perjury trap” gets thrown out in the zeitgeist, satirists aren’t going to ignore it. That’s a big, juicy target, regardless of which side of the political aisle put it out there.

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    Bruce1253  4 months ago

    “The wicked flee when no man pursueth.”

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    lee  4 months ago

    In today’s culture everything is on record and no one is allowed to change an opinion. Politicians have their past word thrown back at them and look like the money grabbing fools they are.

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    Packratjohn Premium Member 4 months ago

    I don’t believe the bible to be a “holy” book. If I swear on it, then lie, is that perjury? I’d be more inclined to swear on a dictionary… (Do they even use a book anymore?) And what’s with holding up your hand? Is that some binding oath? Come to think of it, attorneys are told not to ask any question to which you don’t already know the answer, so why bother with witnesses at all? Just let the attorneys arm wrestle…

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member 4 months ago

    Just curious. I know that perjury is theoretically a crime, but does anybody actually ever get prosecuted for it? It seems to me that “it was an honest mistake” is a pretty good defense against it. It seems that the burden of proof of guilt “beyond a reasonable doubt” is a pretty high bar for a prosecutor to clear.

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    Holden Awn  4 months ago

    It depends on what the meaning of “is” is. Thx and a tip o’ the hat to Bill Clinton.

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    waltermatera  4 months ago

    If you don’t want to fall into a perjury trap, don’t tell lies. This isn’t rocket science, it’s just law.

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    Lablubber   4 months ago

    Rudy Rudy Rudy…

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    barb_herb  4 months ago

    The bailiff has his LEFT HAND raised???

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    chassimmons  4 months ago

    Wiley writes that this isn’t intended as political. But we know who fits the role portrayed in this comic. Trump’s lawyers ran a role-playing exercise to see how our Leader would talk in a deposition, and the crook lied his face off. So they are determined not to allow him to testify.

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    bakana  4 months ago

    The signs of Mental Deterioration are getting stronger every day.

    He may Never make it to a courtroom before averything becoems anonymush.

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    jbruins84341  4 months ago

    All depends on what you are planning to say, pal.

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    kfccanada  4 months ago

    Hmmmmmmyou must be kidding! These types of cartoons are similar in effect to tossing eggs at clowns in a circus. Am sure Trump even plots every night about how he intends to flaunt the press with his theatrical nonsense. Try ignoring everything he does or says for a full three day period. BY the end of the third day, he’ll be pulling his hair out….or trying out an extreme combover like never before. You’ll definitely have his attention.

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    himbear  4 months ago

    In Switzerland, nobody expects to tell the truth in court. The judges are heaved into the job by their political party secretary, and the most important job of any defendant is to parse the political winds of the day and shape her story accordingly. Nothing to do with the truth. Great riches are acquired this way.

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