Monday, November 26, 2018

Illustrated Gnus and other fantastical creatures inhabiting the White House and Capitol Hill

Trump's scorn

Here are the schemes, themes, memes, and falemes from the selection of weekly cartoons by AZBlueMeanie at Blog for Arizona. It is, you know, Mournday Mourning.

  • Trump’s California empathy tour: I too lost a house.
  • Analogy of the year - Caravan : Mayflower :: Migrants : Pilgrims
  • White House preps for Mueller with concertina wire
  • Trump redefines our border, recalls all 5,200 troops to string said wire
  • Trump issues first (of many?) pardons to Thanksgiving day turkey
  • Matthew McConnell and Mitch Whitaker agree on disposition of Mueller investigation
  • Trump spends Thanksgiving at Mar-a-Lago surfing the Blue Wave
  • House of Representatives screens latest super hero film: “Nancy Pelosi, Superwoman”
  • Trump tosses paper towels to Puerto Rico, rakes to California
  • Trump is not to be outdone: Nero fiddled while Rome burned, Trump rakes while our planet burns
  • Chief Justice John Roberts whaps Trump up side the head. Trump doesn’t feel a thing.
  • There’s MBS and then there’s BS: “… Maybe he did, maybe he didn’t …”
  • No bottom in sight … uh, well maybe one is visible after all as Trump grovels before Mohammed bin salman.
  • Why Trump did not honor our vets: remember his attitude about heros?
  • Poor Ivanka. How was she supposed to know that using a personal email account for government business was wrong?
  • Trump refers to incoming House Intelligence chair Adam Schiff as “Adam Schitt.” Try this from Wikipedia: “Regression …, according to psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, is a defense mechanism leading to the temporary or long-term reversion of the ego to an earlier stage of development rather than handling unacceptable impulses in a more adaptive way. The defense mechanism of regression, in psychoanalytic theory, occurs when an individual’s personality reverts to an earlier stage of development, adopting more childish mannerisms.” Works for me.

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