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May Showers – Ben Garrison Cartoon

Prime Minister Theresa May is resigning. Here is a snippet from her tearful speech: “I have done my best,” she said. “I will shortly leave the job that it has been the honor of my life to hold – the second female prime minister but certainly not the last. I do so with no ill-will, but with enormous and enduring ...

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The Black Hole Of Pelosi – Grrr Graphics – Ben Garrison Cartoon

Nancy Pelosi is at it again. She’s doing her best to aggravate President Trump. She claimed he was being unreasonable, but Pelosi is the one being unreasonable. Democrats routinely use the Alinsky tactic of accusing adversaries of shameful conduct that they themselves are conducting. Despite Trump’s complete exoneration by Mueller, Pelosi is continuing to spew lies. She wants Trump harassed and perpetually ...

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How the Left Wins Arguments – Grrr Graphics – Ben Garrison Cartoon

There’s always a lot of insults and name-calling going on in politics. President Trump is good at it—he is able to crystallize his opponents with memes and labels that stick. Hillary was called ‘Crooked Hillary’ and it summed her up nicely. Trump calls Biden ‘Sleepy Joe,’ which to me seems to be an upgrade over his other moniker—“Creepy Joe.” Hillary ...

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Justin Amash, Donkey In Elephant’s Clothing – Grrr Graphics – Tina Toon

Republican Justin Amash called for President Trumps impeachment a few days ago. The Michigan representative knew he would score points with the Fake News media, and he did. The foul-mouthed Democrat Rashida Tlaib and never Trumper Bill Kristol also threw him praise. Amash votes more with Pelosi than the Republicans according to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy. Once again a ...

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The Party’s Over – Grrr Graphics – Ben Garrison Cartoon

Thanks to Attorney General Barr, we may be seeing the wheels of justice turning against the Deep State perpetrators. Finally. Those trusted with positions of authority did their best to remove a lawfully-elected president from office. What they did was criminal. They were accustomed to getting their way and when (thankfully) things turned against them they abused their power and ...

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