Stephen Miller


Mass Extinction Condolence Cards

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That U.N. report bummed me out, but resigning yourself to letting it happen only makes sense if you’re a billionaire who can go move yourself and an ark’s worth of animals into your private Moon bunker.

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Stephen Miller Overhauls the Department of Homeland Security

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With Kirstjen Nielsen Nazi ass out on the curb, Stephen Miller has free reign to shape this administration’s reign of terror on immigrants. A truly dispicable toad. I honestly can’t believe he’s still around when Steve Bannon got bounce so early.

Speaking of now-former secretary Nielsen, here’s a headline cartoon I did for The Nib just before she announced her resignation:

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It’s probably because he’s been largely out of the spotlight, but now that the media starting to point out he’s the racist wizard behind Trump’s curtain, Trump will certainly bristle at the idea he’s not in charge.

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All the President’s Racists

Replacing internment camps for snatched children with internment camps for families was the “good” thing these ghouls did this week. A week which should provide enough evidence to put this entire administration in The Hague.

If I had more time, I would’ve added a lot more details to the “gross up” of Trump, but I usually run out of steam by the time I get to coloring these comics.

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Stephen Miller’s Racist Routine

Despite Chuck Schumer’s ineptitude, last weekend’s shutdown was mostly the fault of Stephen Miller and John Kelly, two racists who still have the racist President’s ear.

The myth of Steve Bannon’s brilliance should be easily debunked by the fact that Miller’s still around the White House, and he isn’t.

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