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  • Have you heard the latest? This is a scary thing.

  • Chris Muir

    Yeah,we’ll see if he’s trolling them-which he has before-or if he needs his ass kicked.

  • formwiz

    Rasmussen says America would support him.

  • TJ

    One of my buds says 80% odds he’s trolling them.
    I certainly hope so.

  • JTC

    Is he playing 4D chess or folding?

    Please God let it be the former.

    Brilliant dude and I’ve seen him doing his art…but this seems different. :I

  • Ozymandius

    Pelosi looks amazingly life-like.

    • cfm56dash7

      And by that, you mean cadaverous.

      • Ozymandius

        Exactly. Her mortician did a first-rate job.

  • The Wicked Duke

    I’ve had some unprintable things to say about it today.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Hahahahahahaha.
    Banning child killers……..
    Trump is hinting at abortion
    The DildoCrats are wishing for guns.
    Wish in one hand, shit in the other. Which gets filled first?

    • Pamela

      Potential Democratic Voters have been getting murdered for decades and it is ok with the Powers that Be. It’s a Constitutional choice do you know.

      • MasterDiver

        That’s why they want unlimited immigration. You gotta get new voters somehow.

        Zar Belk!

    • eon

      According to CDC, in 2014 there were approximately 926,000 abortions performed in the United States, down 12% from 2013. That is, that’s how many were actually reported under the system established by CDC under The One’s orders in 2013. That works out to about 1,950,000 procedures in that 24-month period.

      (Incidentally, while CDC still collects the data, they no longer release it to the public, after another order from The One in late 2014.)

      Since the Justice Department began collecting statistics on firearms-related deaths from all causes in the u.s. and its possessions in 1968, approximately 1,500,000 people have died from that cause (accident, suicide, homicide, or etc.).

      In short, in two years abortionists “terminated” more Americans than firearms have in the last half-century.

      Incidentally, from April to July 1994, the Hutu tribe in Rwanda murdered approximately 800,000 Tutsi tribe members, mostly with clubs and knives.

      As for mass murder with firearms, that’s mainly a function of governments. Besides Tienanmen Square in Red China, there was the mass killing of “anti-government dissidents” in Mexico City in 1968;

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tlatelolco_massacre

      Please note this occurred 10 days before the opening of the 1968 Summer Olympics held in Mexico City that year.

      Between abortion and mass execution, it could be argued that in the last half-century, government in one form or another has been far more dangerous to the average person than civilian-owned firearms have been.

      clear ether

      eon

    • Bill G

      I imagine it’s also a reference to the fact that most mass killers are leftists of one flavor or another.

    • Bill G

      This cartoon is magnificent.
      If Trump is trolling, that’s great, too.
      Here’s hoping.

    • PaulS

      That sounds a lot like the Florida Sheriff: ”If if’s And but’s Were candy and nuts, OJ would still be in the hall of fame.”

      I schitt thee not!

      • eon

        When Tucker Carlson asked him about “irregularities” in the way he spent his Federal funding (mostly on getting re-elected and etc.) and what his constituents thought about that, his response was a smile and the reply, “Does a wolf care what the sheep think?”

        IMHO, anybody who thinks like that is no business wearing a badge. period. But it well illustrates the fact that this “shire reeve” alternates between being an arrogant, narcissistic elitist and a babbling idiot.

        In a reasonably-run world, he’d be in a padded cell right next to the one they stick Cruz in.

        clear ether

        eon

        • JTC

          Here’s the Reason piece I quoted from last week where what this little demigod actually said was, “Lions don’t care about the opinions of sheep”.

          Which ironically is a paraphrase from a Game of Thrones crooked politician putting his own interests ahead of the peoples’.

          Says some other stuff too, comparing himself to Gandhi, MLK, Lincoln, and Don Shula. Other good stuff there too about his payola, etc. And that reportage is from the Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, one of the most liberal rags in an area lousy with ’em.

          https://reason.com/blog/2018/02/23/broward-county-sheriff-scott-israel-accu

          • Doggo

            The problem is that he was elected Sheepdog, not Lion.

    • Drew458

      Right? Planned Parenthood was my first thought too, followed by gangs and ghetto parents.

  • Kafiroon

    I don’t think by recent performance that Plousy can remember what she wants to ban.

  • NotYetInACamp

    Finally. Some truth in political discourse.

    Trump is “Speaking in Hungarian.” No wonder they did not get it. (That means speaking honestly and truthfully about what is. Words with iron in them.) (I hope he is baiting them on the other stuff.)

    • Drew458

      Hungarian? Perhaps his idea is to get around the middle men and talk directly to the real DNC boss, George Soros.

  • Alex J

    The Donkey Dung Rats™ simply do not care. By the last count, 81 murdered this month, 391 have been wounded.

    Keep in mind that Chiraq has some of the strictest gun laws in the country.

    https://heyjackass.com/2018-year-to-date-totals/

    • Alex J

      If one cannot defend their lives and property, then there is no Life and Liberty.

  • pyrodice

    “No, no, I’m pretty sure we’re talking about child-killers”

    Seriously though, buckle up. He’s had a platform of banning guns for a long time, it’s a crapshoot which way he leans this time. He’s a populist on some issues.

  • NotYetInACamp

    http://tribunist.com/news/supreme-court-ruling-police-have-no-duty-to-protect-the-general-public/

    http://www.nytimes.com/2005/06/28/politics/justices-rule-police-do-not-have-a-constitutional-duty-to-protect.html
    … “Given the fact that the government is not responsible for protecting the general public from common criminals, rapists, mass murderers and terrorists, then why do so many government proposed solutions involve limiting the general public’s access to firearms? It’s a question that is worth considering as we move forward with this discussion.” …
    (NYIAC: I know an answer, and I am sure that most of you reading also know one or more.)

    If the cops don’t have to and often won’t help or save or protect us, which often happens, then we must use our God given right to defend ourselves especially as memorialized in the Second Amendment of our Constitution.

    • PaulS

      I think they have mixed this up with the following assertion:
      “The police have only the duty to protect the public in general.”

      So no duty to protect anyone in particular.

      The ultimate Cop-out!

  • Oh please,Please, PLEASE let this lead into “Abotrion on Demand….”

  • Pete231

    The abortion stats are not counted by the duhbama-crats because they refer to them as “unviable tissue masses”, not human entities…….

  • WayneM

    Two non-debates guaranteed to set off the fire alarms across the USA: abortions and firearms. Both “sides” are entrenched.

  • Jon

    When asked about limiting speech rights in the same manner as proposed further limitation of 2A rights (training, licencing, insurance, etc.), the responder said, “Words don’t kill.” No they don’t. Usually. However, they certainly can against the unarmed masses. Hitler, Stalin, Mao, and Pol Pot killed millions with the order, “Kill them.” I’ll keep my rights, thank you.

    • JTC

      “Words don’t kill.” But of course they do.

      And not just in the historical frame of reference you mention, but contemporary too…their words may be more veiled but the effect is the same, maybe even as to the Lauderdale massacre and other “mass shootings” the left loves to quote.

      I guess they want the credit that is undeniably due them.

      Their words may ultimately kill me too. But not until I kill some of them back. They will not take my guns.

      • Deplorable B Woodman

        Words DO kill. Just look at the reactions to the Bible, the Quoran, the Communist Manifesto, and Mao’s Little Red Book. Am I missing any?

        • NotYetInACamp

          The penalty for insulting Islam (in any way as they say) is death. Simple. those words kill.

          Death to Islam.

  • Spin Drift

    If history has taught us anything it is that it starts with rhetoric and ends up with cattle cars to the gas chambers. I hope that the Big D is trolling the useful idiots and didn’t mean going extra-constitutional as I foresee stuff going sideways if the mass of deplorables think they have been had.

    I really hope he is channeling the insurance ad with the fisherman and the dollar bill. “You almost had it there!!!” If not and the next few days will tell, then we’ll see but I’m buying more ammo and mags this weekend.

    Spin
    Lexington and Concord is our history

  • Spin Drift

    One more thing that popped into my mind. Maybe the Deep State has finally found his Kryptonite? Could they have had a small talk with him saying that if he doesn’t cave on this they will instigate a mass shooting in a school every month for his whole administration? Brings a whole new meaning to “Save the Children” especially if Barron’s school is one targeted for such treatment.

    Since Parkland has all the hallmarks of a false flag event (see any conspiracy theorist on you tube to see what those are) I’m sure that they have other cultivated stooges just ready to be nudged over the edge. It would be damage control 24/7 in prime time. Just image a whole army of Tide pod eaters gnashing and wailing on TV. The Hogg kid is the pattern of all future sound bites.

    If this happens then the only suspension of Constitutional rights should be in the actions that The Big D takes in having the Army National Guard arrest (4am no knock raids) and ship to Gitmo all the Deep Staters that are on his list. Then we can have all the due process reserved for assholes plotting against the People of the United States. Might take years to clear the docket in Military tribunals.

    It’s gonna be ugly but the tree of liberty needs to be watered from time to time.

    Spin
    Keep your powder dry and RTFU

  • Chris Muir

    Leave it to Trump to step on his dick 2 hours after i put up this toon last night.Argh.

    • JTC

      If there are no new TrumpTweets this morning referencing that BizarroTrump event yesterday -and I haven’t seen any-, we should be very worried…Spin might be onto something about the Kryptonite.

    • Pamela

      I thought that particular body part was reserved for his Mrs.
      At this point in time.

  • Barbara Skolaut

    Yee-OUCH, Chris. ;-p

  • KenH

    If BONGO had said this, he was already planning to do this, and wanted everyone to tell him how awesome he was to assuage his tiny dick. Donnie? Troll, PLUS, just like any discussion with people in the Real World, throwing ideas out and see what the resulting discussion gets. RATS are not bright

    • JJ cooper

      Actually, rats are very bright. Democrats, not so much.
      When life is kaput on Earth, the only vestiges left will be rats and cockroaches.

      • Bob in Houston-Vast Right Wing Basket of deplorable!

        …and Kieth Richards. 😉

  • Old Codger

    You know? I’m not all that worried about an attempt to “ban guns”. Several classes of people are already prohibited from owning firearms and look how well THAT is working. When was the last time any fedgov program was so much as 50% effective? Not all states have mandatory registration and even there no one knows how effective such laws truly are.

    4 Principles of ANY Human Organization:

    1. All compliance – I say again ALL COMPLIANCE – to anything, be it laws, ordinances, constitutions, military orders or the bylaws of the Tuesday Afternoon Quilting And Literary Society, is voluntary.

    2. All government – I say again ALL GOVERNMENT – derives its power (just or otherwise) from the consent of the governed.

    3. The ratio of governed to governors, of necessity, HAS ALWAYS and WILL ALWAYS favor the governed.

    4. Quantity has a quality all its own. A large enough number of sufficiently motivated unarmed serfs can take down a fully armed and armored knight.

  • John

    The Broward County Massacre should be held up in the face of any Progressive.
    Government cannot be trusted to serve anything but itself and every attempt at creating Utopia at gunpoint will only create a Distopia, eventually consuming even the ones holding the guns.

  • Bruce Frank

    A true thumbs up strip today!!!

  • Gryphon

    Chris- Saw this at WRSA – Your Work is Brutal, the Art is Great.
    Going to look at it every chance I get.
    I believe that Trump is Trolling- and Article at Zerohedge.com says a number of Senators have said any ‘gun control’ is DOA. I think Trump is throwing this Out, knowing the ‘rats will Pile On to it, adding all their usual Bans & Bullshit, that would make it Sink like a Bag of Kittens with two Bricks in it,
    Just in Case – Buy More Ammo!

  • Interventor

    For now, the most dangerous place in Broward county is between Sheriff Israel and a camera.

  • Dbroussa

    Bwahahahahah

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