Monthly Archives: July 2024


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A year of news happened since last week’s comic. I haven’t watched a minute of the Republican National Convention. Trump’s speaking as I type this. No thank you. Recaps and screenshots from folks who subjected themselves to it was enough for me.

Vance was announced as Trump’s VP pick on Monday, and it’s a choice that signals they’re not even trying to win votes that weren’t already in the bag. He’s a Christian nationalist and white supremacist, and anyone who was enthralled by his dumb book is a mark.

As for Saturday’s assassination attempt, you can’t be charged with incitement if you don’t say anything at all.

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Trump’s Project 2025

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I’ve been regularly drawing this asshole for almost a decade now. Every panel was torture to work on, as they were grim reminders of what I’ll be drawing for another decade if Democrats manage to flub another election against this easily-beatable bozo.

I honestly don’t know if the odds would improve if Biden steps down or not. It’s too late. This was a discussion to be had before he was President-elect. The DNC is almost upon us and there’s all sorts of legal hurdles to changing the ticket after that, especially now that “the law” is whatever six Republican operatives say it is.

The prospect of a second Trump term is frightening. In a normal world, the incumbent President would’ve had him arrested right after the inauguration. That didn’t happen, and now all of our summers are ruined by a sense of election dread.

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Summer Beach Reads

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It was a long weekend after a month’s worth of news happened on Monday and Tuesday. I went to the beach to look at some cool shells and eat seafood, but I shall return, barely refreshed to draw comics about whatever new horrors await us on the other side of the holiday weekend.

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