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Man, I hope so.
And now the streets are once more full of plastic bags because people simply will not dispose of them properly…
Like the one Scott Adams was caught using! (The creator of “Dilbert”—currently whining that the TV cartoon was cancelled because he’s white and whitey can’t catch a break in this world—once defended Trump from criticism on Twitter thusly: “I used a sock puppet to correct inaccurate information in the simplest and most entertaining way. You’re a Nazi for spreading lies.” Ha ha ha ha ha oh WOW)
But yeah—like the title of the strip says, John (Miller) is Donald’s “Imaginary Publicist.” In other strips in the series, whenever someone else approaches Li’l Donald, “John” turns into a stack of paper money, just like Hobbes appears as Calvin’s stuffed toy.
But, like the monster under Donald’s mysteriously damp and stinky bed, it makes a great boogeyman. (Unfortunately for Little Don-Don, the real threats he actively ignores are increasingly more frightening to all but his most ardent cultists.)
(Republican bursts into classroom) “I’m here to ensure that you ‘teach the controversy!’ To that end, half of today’s class will be taught by a grade-school drop-out who ‘heard on the Internet’ that vaccinations are part of a Commie plot that cause demonic possession.”
If he’s so worried it’ll smear his caked-on makeup (as is worn by all secure manly men) he can always get a mask in a nice shade of poopstained Caucasian—or one of those masks with his own face printed on i(abruptly vomits)
She accidentally erased it from her memory.
Republican governors: “Well, what are you waiting for? Open the door and let him in!”
Or better still, be treated by that “doctor” who claimed Don-Don was in perfect health (and might have fudged his weight just a li’l bit).
From the deep thinkers who brought you “I have a snowball therefore there’s no climate change!” and “Obama will use Jade Helm to take your guns!”