5 political tweets by Bill Sienkiewicz
Encouraging. Noam Chomsky is a treasure. https://t.co/W2D1QQq2uO— Bill Sienkiewicz (@sinKEVitch) January 24, 2017
He supports Chomsky, who represents anti-Americanism at its worst? This is very sad. Chomsky's just one radical leftist who did considerable disservice to the USA and other sensible places, and Bill thinks he's worth backing? Sigh.
Sienkiewicz also wrote:
Trump and Congress STILL haven't proposed a replacement plan for ACA.— Bill Sienkiewicz (@sinKEVitch) January 26, 2017
And they won't . https://t.co/dYJieECOhY
When I tried to access the page on Facebook, I discovered he'd erased it. Could it be his rightist fans let him know they were dismayed, and he decided to drop those posts? Could be. For now, let us be clear. Trump's only been in office for little more than a week or so, and proposed policies can't be developed all at once.
Trump's tie-taping is a microcosm of everything he is: a cheap & feeble facade destroyed by a slight gust of reality pic.twitter.com/DvwqjOm8bz— Bill Sienkiewicz (@sinKEVitch) January 28, 2017
Assuming that's real, it's an awfully petty complaint to make. And if the picture's fake and doctored, then Bill's promoting a silly falsehood that obscures more pressing issues. Besides, even if Trump didn't put a strip of tape on the tie, leftists would be looking for other excuses to make petty yammerings, like that he's too cheap to use a tie clip so it wouldn't blow around in the wind. Something the left's "logic" already does.
I also discovered he drew two "tributes" to Obama:
Thank you #POTUS .#MichelleObama #BarackFarewell #InagurationDay2017 #Resistance #ResistTrump AND #HOPE, now more than ever. pic.twitter.com/c7XiPKu8bj— Bill Sienkiewicz (@sinKEVitch) January 20, 2017
#POTUS Portrait variation, softer, more subdued. Decided to post as well, #goingthruavarietyofemotionstoday pic.twitter.com/Dh0agr944B— Bill Sienkiewicz (@sinKEVitch) January 20, 2017
A real shame he's got no disappointments to bring forth about any of the mistakes Obama made. Sorry to see Bill's letting "idol worship" get the better of himself.
Sienkiewicz is a talented artist, there's no disputing that. But his obsession with leftism makes any impact his work could really have very soggy.