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  • Too Tall

    Awesome with a double side of awesome sauce.

    At least the reporters won’t have to worry about being attacked by the hogs. Professional courtesy, and all.

    Plus, the hogs smell better and have better manners.

    • Too Tall

      Reporters, lawyers, a distinction without a difference. In most cases we are talking about self-propelled bags of human waste.

      • PaulS

        Well, one group had to pass the Bar presumably, but both spend a lot of time there, also presumably.
        That also explains the never ending audible emanations of both, one end makes sense, but both sound pretty much the same.

        • Polly Cy

          My family all wanted me to go to law school, but I resisted. I figured to be a great lawyer I’d have to be a rotten human being. Turns out I was mostly right.

          • Pamela

            My Son is a Lawyer. He does Family Law and also represents Military Guys to keep them from getting screwed.

          • Polly Cy

            Your son obviously is of strong character and right thinking. Unfortunately, I’m far too competitive and single minded! I’d tend to steamroller anyone who gets in my way. Turns out that that was a good quality for the only conservative in your typical left of sanity Political Science department!

          • Pamela

            Polly, He was going to be a Navy Corpsmen attached to a Marine Forward Recon Unit. Unfortunately he was injured at work when boxes fell on him and his back never recovered.

          • Too Tall

            Pamela,

            Please thank your son for his service. And thank him for continuing to look out for the troops.

            Navy Corpsman assigned to a Marine Forward Recon Unit – you raised your son to be truly exceptional among men.

  • JTC

    Good job Jo getting them out of the DD…

    Now. Where’re them there greyhounds heading?

    • JTC

      I’m thinking whatever ESQ’s seat they’re in, that’s the office where they get dropped. I’m sure they’ll get fed, clothed, housed, all pro bono.

      What? you say all them SPLC weasels are on the Soros payroll? Fine, drop them off at his place. I’m sure they will be the perfect permanent guest “workers” for the estate.

  • interventor

    Making hawgs room with lawyers is an extreme insult, to hawgs.

  • Too Tall

    Logistics issue. Where will ‘Toly and Naomi live when they return?

    I still think the lawyers and Greyhound need to be arrested by Tucker for felony trespass and vandalism. Probably a RICO count as well. Maybe Accessory Before the Fact for arson, criminal negligence, and child neglect / endangerment.

    Then, Sam and Zed take multiple law firms and Greyhound to the cleaners in a civil suit.

    • Polly Cy

      But is it a real fire or has Jo found a way to make herself look like smoke and flames? I’m so confoozed.

  • Too Tall

    I’m not sure that Brewster County, Texas has a large population of Ubers and Lyfts.

    Maybe a cattle or hog trailer is available?

    • last time they transported a bunch of gooberment stooges in a cattle trailer, it was waco in 1993

      they burnt down someone’s house then too.

    • Pamela

      How about the Septic Tank clean out crews….

  • kadaka

    Was that the southern hunting cabin where ‘Toly and Naomi lived? Were they done with it for good, or did some old falling-down structure elsewhere get torched instead?

  • NotYetInACamp

    Bidness is bidness.
    Like the leftist and Islam believe tying up and consuming the assets of the enemy is victory all in the struggle for victory, so is the turning of legal time of leftist lawyers into time waiting in the hawg shed, and then maybe only slow transport on a big rig or tractor pulled trailer used to transport manure, and still with a layer in it,will be the only available transport out and back to larger concentrations of people. It might be too bad if all civilian air traffic is grounded as that area is deemed a no fly area, and all roads in are roadblocked with no civilian cars allowed passage due to ongoing illegal and invader activity reported, with Border Patrol and other police activity being necessary and reported in progress.
    They may have to stop at some watering troughs the cows use along the way.
    Any eating up of their billable attack the USA hours would be an anti-jihad like victory against the globalist enemies.
    I wonder if them lawyers are like them alligator shoe wearing lobbyists. Manure will look good on them.

    I doubt they have Uber. I don’t have it whhere I live, to the consternation of some visitors.
    A line of manure wagons pulled by tractors would be a wondrous sight. Them Leftist lawyers might actually get some first hand experience of the thirst and dehydration they are inducing and encouraging those people now using their buses have experience. Though it would be at such a smaller scale compared to many they have helped make the trip. Some the leftists have enticed to travel to the USA have died of dehydration.

    • MAJ Arkay

      Considering Alpine is the sole “city” in Brewster County, nope, ain’t no Uber. Does have one Lyft guy, though, and a taxi that will cover the region. With two busloads, though, the lawyers will have a long wait before they can get to the municipal airport or the Amtrak station. Then they’ll have to wait for a private aircraft to come get them, or take Big Bend Community Action’s transport up to El Paso or Midland/Odessa to a commercial airport.

      Any way you look at it, they have a long wait ahead. Heh.

    • interventor

      Most likely, the lawyers would be wearing Gucci or Bruno Magli loafers or Allen Edmond wingtips.

      • Too Tall

        Interventor, you are almost certainly correct.

        I keep thinking their must be a way to make them walk back to Alpine barefoot. But maybe 40 miles wearing those shoes would be more severe torture.

  • WayneM

    That ICE agent got friendly more quickly than I expected. That being said, I don’t envy them the job of dealing with the daily influx across the border.

    BUILD THAT DAMN WALL!!

  • cz93x62

    Most of the USBP I worked with (kinda dating myself with that agency descriptor) were really good folks with an incredibly complex mission. They were given few resources to fulfill that mission, and handed off a lot of seizures to my shop because DEA and the U.S. Attorney’s Offices in Los Angeles and San Diego had such ridiculously-high threshold amounts for filing cases Federally. The U.S. Government has no idea what it wants done about any problem at our southern border, because their concerns and priorities are a convoluted Gordian Knot of conflicted interests over the trafficking of intoxicants, humans, and the riches generated by that trafficking.

    • NotYetInACamp

      – key – “riches generated by that trafficking.”-
      Many so called “banks” would not exist but for the flow of illegally generated fiat money.

  • Hopefully that will send a message south as well. Bad place to cross.

  • David Rinehart

    “You know what to do, Jo…” Yes, she did – took the Caddy to fill the gas can, and headed down to the south parcel for some home cookin’…

    BLORP!

    …and regardless of the security cameras, no one will see that particular illegal again.

    Nice twist, Chris!

  • Wood

    The damned leftie lawyers from the buses can fall back on the original mode of transportation. Ike and Mike it, ya scum.

  • Redleg

    How will the lawyers get back to their base?

    Caravan!

  • WayneM

    As an interesting sidenote, although the leftists would claim otherwise, I see that no-one here is hating on those illegally crossing the border. Annoyed with ICE, yes… despising leftist lawyers, absolutely…

    Like almost all leftist “narratives” on everything, the claims of “racism” and “xenophobia” fall apart as soon as truth shows up.

    • JTC

      Correct WayneM, like the slaves before them dating to 1860 and before, the migrant swarm is but a tool and a means to attain their true hidden goals…whether they slap a D or an R after their name it is the leftists who are the racists of the worst possible kind.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Yes, you usually don’t hate the soldiers of a different army. This is an asymmetric army and they are following orders and motivation and directions of those ordering and sending the various asymmetric armies into the USA.

      We wanted to help their nations grow and develop with their people where they were. many in the USA were brainwashed into thinking that they were giving money to do that and supporting leftist government spending and UN donations and payments to do good.
      None of the lies were true. Very little to no good was ever done.

      All of these people are people, too.
      (Except maybe the leftists. I may have to support the reptile theory on that one.)

    • John

      The irony in Sanders’ statement is that Denmark and Sweden are both cutting back on their goodies. They’ve realized there is is limit to these things and they’ve exceeded them.

    • kadaka

      Bernie Sanders Says Felons Should Be Allowed To Vote In Prison

      “In my state, what we do is separate. You’re paying a price, you committed a crime, you’re in jail. That’s bad,” the Democratic presidential candidate said. “But you’re still living in American society and you have a right to vote.”

      People in jail are not removed from American society, they are still in it, so they still have rights like voting, thus also freedom of assembly, freedom of speech…

      • Christopher Cole

        People in jail for a felony have lost their civil rights.

        • NotYetInACamp

          Um. … leftists don’t let facts get in the way of a feeling.

        • JTC

          However, non-violent felons who have completed their sentence and probation etc. get that particular right restored now in FL after the overwhelming passage of Amendment 4 last year.

          This will surprise most here that know of my leanings and opinions…I actually voted for it as it is the Constitutionally right thing to do, even though in this state that damn near elected a socialist gov and quasi-socialist senator in that same election will pretty certainly do it in the next one due to the fact that a very large percentage of those affected are blacks.

          That is not good for my politics, and when it happens I will have to go ahead and leave the state as I had promised to do if it had gone the other way in ’16…but even that does not change that what is right is right. Even when it hurts you either support Constitutional rights or you don’t, and if you do you don’t get to pick and choose only the ones you like.

          Man that one was tough though.

          • JTC

            Ask me about voting rights for illegal immigrants though, or as some of those wackjob lefty candidates have suggested, extending voting rights to 16 year olds.

            Support for the Constitutional rights of citizens, even ones I vehemently disagree with, is not the same as relenquishing my rights to invaders or to minors.

          • Doggo

            My problem is the term “non-violent felon”. I’m not sure that non-violent crimes should be felonies in the first place.

  • Whiggish Boffin

    Let’s see — some prosperous farmers have burned their property rather than let the Government have the use of it. Wasn’t that tried about 100 years ago? ‘Toly might remember something about the trouble that happened next:

    “Comrades! The insurrection of five kulak districts should be pitilessly suppressed. The interests of the whole revolution require this because ‘the last decisive battle’ with the kulaks is now under way everywhere. An example must be demonstrated.
    Hang (and make sure that the hanging takes place in full view of the people) no fewer than one hundred known landlords, rich men, bloodsuckers.
    Publish their names.
    Seize all their grain from them.
    Designate hostages in accordance with yesterday’s telegram.
    Do it in such a fashion that for hundreds of kilometres around the people might see, tremble, know, shout: “they are strangling, and will strangle to death, the bloodsucking kulaks”.
    Telegraph receipt and implementation.
    Yours, Lenin.
    PS Find some truly hard people”

  • kadaka

    “Look, if all y’all lawyers just get into this here big metal trailer we use for critters then we can take everyone back to town at once, no waiting.

    “Yes, I suppose you might say we’re herding you into a cattle car, hypothetically. That a problem?”

    • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

      Have the driver get “lost” and head south across the border. Then have a breakdown/flat tire/run out of gas. What WILL those scum sucking bottom feeding do then? There they are improperly and illegally across the US/Mexican border. Most likely no passports, definitely no visas or proper authorization to be where they are. Anyone already called the Federales?

      Chris, you should have a ‘toon or two highlighting the differences between US and Mexican immigration.

  • interventor

    Swedish banks with branches in the Baltic nations are having similar problems. Laundering Russian oligarch money.

    • NotYetInACamp

      US real estate purchasing law supported that. It still may. Cash? No problem. No reporting required.

  • It’s time for some reverse caravans.

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