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ViewsAmerica by CartoonArts International for February 15, 2021

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    Redd Panda  10 months ago

    Well the proportions of the great turd are just about right.

    What’s the story…I dunno.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 10 months ago

    Trump ain’t no (expletive) martyr, but we will all Remember the Capitol.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 10 months ago

    No (expletive) way would Davy Crockett congratulate that fat turd traitorous coward Trump, any more than he would thank General Santa Ana for slaughtering the occupants of the Alamo.

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    ferddo  10 months ago

    A hero and an anti-hero…

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    grumpypophobart  10 months ago

    Both up for a bit of slavery?

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    Fflashbang  10 months ago

    Norway does have it’s share of delusional right wingers.

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    casonia2  10 months ago

    Whut!?

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    The Love of Money is . . .  10 months ago

    Trump told Davy Crockett he’d like to shoot at General Santa Ana, but he had ‘bone spurs". Davy said, "You don’t need spurs, you don’t have a fricken horse !"

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    Jody H. Premium Member 10 months ago

    This cartoon doesn’t make much sense. Davy Crockett wearing a surgical mask introducing himself to 45? Crockett was among a small group of soldiers defending the Alamo during the siege from overwhelming forces of Mexican army under President General Santa Anna. 45’s terrorists ATTACKED the Capitol. Davy Crockett WAS a folksy man who served in Congress, but the parallels end there. Perhaps the cartoonist is saying that the Texian Army was just as illegitimate in its occupation of the Alamo (taken from the Mexican Army several months prior) as those who attacked the Capitol, and that someday history might have a rosy view of what 45 did?

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