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Tuesday, May 30, 2017 

Four tweets by Darick Robertson

Here's a few political posts by artist Robertson, who illustrated books like fellow leftist Warren Ellis' Transmetropolitan. For example, here's one that attacks Fox News...

...and winds up choosing the cheapest of targets. What about CNN, which ran a report falsely claiming Islam is literally part of America's founding? Or how about Vox's insult to US Marines on Memorial Day, declaring they're plagued with "toxic masculinity"? Those aren't staged and choreographed, let alone degrading?

Yep, let's all rely 100 percent on what a crummy leftist news site has to say, why don't we. If anybody has to take flak, it should be Paul Ryan, who hasn't exactly proven reliable. This is just more fake news, as Trump's just bounced back.

So, no complaints about all the terrible leftist-indoctrinated education a lot of schools today are pushing on their students? It gets worse though:

So here, he's giving his backing to an article where Merkel, the same awful politician who flooded her country with Muslim interlopers who committed mass rapes at a train station, declares the US and UK unreliable? Oh, that's the best I've heard all day. And Robertson seems to think the Paris climate summit is somehow more vital than the issues of terrorism now poisoning Europe, as seen most recently in the past week when a Muslim suicide bomber murdered 2 dozen people in Manchester. "Climate change" is such a petty issue by comparison, and Trump was right to withdraw from the summit, and turn attention to the more pressing issues.

If Robertson needs to find somebody who was truly unreliable in the UK though, it's the authorities who apparently did nothing to heed the warnings of US/FBI security services who tried to alert the UK that the suicide bomber Salman Abedi was plotting violence. How withdrawing from a shoddy summit hosting petty subjects matters more than that is beyond my comprehension.

Man, these ultra-leftist artists can be hugely disappointing with their viewpoints.

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