Funniest and Most Brutal Anti-Democrats Cartoon of the Year

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The cartoon below, by A.F. Branco, is by far the funniest, most savage and most accurate anti-Democrat illustration of the year.
Fox News is reporting a new way deranged liberals are finding to protest Trump…by shooting themselves:
A College of Southern Nevada (CSN) sociology professor allegedly shot himself while on campus last month to protest President Trump, police said.
Mark Bird, a professor emeritus at CSN in Las Vegas, was found suffering from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on the morning of August 28, Richard Lake, a CSN spokesman, told Fox News.
He was treated for the injury to his arm and was arrested, Lake said.
Bird was charged with carrying a concealed weapon without a permit, discharging a gun within a prohibited structure and possessing a dangerous weapon on school property, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
In their report, police said Bird told them he shot himself near a campus bathroom to protest Trump, according to the Review-Journal. A $100 bill was also taped inside the bathroom with a note indicating it was “for the janitor,” the report said.
Here’s more:
Bird was employed with the college as of Tuesday, although Lake said it was not clear what disciplinary actions, if any, would be taken against him.
A 911 call was made after several CSN employees and at least one student saw Bird stumble out of the bathroom, bleeding, before he collapsed, the report said. None of the witnesses — who later told police they only recalled hearing “a loud noise” — initially knew that Bird was armed and had shot himself, according to the report.
One college employee told police that he held Bird’s hand to calm him down as others tried to stop the bleeding. While waiting for authorities to arrive, Bird said he had shot himself in protest of President Donald Trump, police noted in their report. The report did not elaborate.
A campus-wide alert was sent about 9 a.m. the day of the shooting, deeming the scene safe and alerting students that the firearm had been recovered. Except for a short mention in the lengthy September edition of “The Chronicle,” the college president’s monthly newsletter emailed to staff, the college did not disclose any more details about the shooting.
The brief update was at the bottom of the newsletter and did not name Bird as the suspect. Federico Zaragoza, who in August was named the college’s ninth president, wrote at the end of his newsletter, “I appreciate all of the expressions of concern and interest, and I pledge to keep everyone updated should the situation change.

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