Seditionists one and all
We can see that they’re not wise men.
And for extra racism, they love to compare the insurrection with civil rights protests.
I’m almost positive that they wouldn’t be caught DEAD using español to communicate!
And that star is Democracy about to crash and burn!
Well, he did say he was the “Chosen One”.
Well, it certainly was an epiphany.
According to a recent poll, there is not one racist in America.
Los Tres Redneques
Froelichen Tag der rassistischen MAGAs!
“Build Back Better” MINUS the MAGATs!
They are searching for the baby Trump, sleeping in an innerspring water bed near the little town of Miami.
OPS had made a self-assessment
Great cartoon Lalo!
The Daily Show’s take on how Fox handles this sort of thing… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhcWmDBS1Pw
Definitely not the three wise men
A very, very good comic.
Below is my gloss for readers relatively unfamiliar with Latin American/ Mexican/ Catholic culture. You’ll probably want to skip it if you already know all about “El Dia de los Reyes Magos.”
In the Church calendar, January 6 is Epiphany Day, which celebrates the revelation of Christ to the Gentiles, as exemplified by the visit of the Wise Men from the East to the infant Jesus. This event is described in the Bible in Matthew 2: 1-12. In the original Greek, these wise men are called magi. A magus (plural: magi) was a Zoroastrian priest, astronomer/astrologer, adviser to rulers, and (in some cases) sorcerer, generally in the Persian empire. The Gospel does not say how many magi visited, nor the names of any of them, nor that they were kings; but traditions later developed that the magi in question were three kings, named Caspar, Melchior, and Balthazar. The Gospel does mention three gifts they brought: gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Traditionally, gold symbolizes royalty, frankincense is an offering to a god, and myrrh was used to embalm dead people of high rank.
In Hispanocatholic world, the Three Kings are said to visit homes on Epiphany Day, bringing gifts for children (although nowadays this custom is being eclipsed by the Santa Claus tradition from northern Europe and North America). In Spanish, they are usually called “los Reyes Magos” (“the Priest Kings,” more or less).
So, thanks to last year’s insurrection, January 6th has been hijacked from el Dia de los Reyes Magos to el Dia de los Racist MAGAs. Instead of gold, frankincense, and myrrh, they bring a bomb, pepper spray, and a weaponized “Blue Lives Matter” flag. Brilliant, Mr. Alcaraz, brilliant!
racism is the cornerstone of the GQP
Please, don’t feed the trolls.
So, it’s been a year. Why is it the FBI never investigated who put pipe bombs at the headquarters of the Republicans and Democrats?
In an earlier time, it was “anarchists” who: “Threw booms, shot Politicians and generally caused mayhem”. Not much has changed. Want to get “your way”? Join the Trump Insurrectionist Party!
Fleece them all.
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