Beto O’Rourke

Crazy Wavy 2020


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Here’s a Sunday bonus cartoon for you.

I’m not the first to think of the wavy inflatable ad thingies after watching Beto O’Rourke last Thursday during his swing through Iowa. Donald Trump also noticed and asked, “Is he crazy or is that just how he acts?” It’s like Trump, who looks like he’s playing an invisible accordion while he’s talking, has never seen a tape of him speaking. But then again, he’s also insulted other people’s hair, and we all know Trump has seen photos of himself.

I think my next cartoon will be on the New Zealand terrorist attack. Since my last cartoon was on the same subject, I wanted to break them up with something a little goofier. That’s why you’re getting this goofy cartoon today. Also, I haven’t drawn a cartoon since Saturday morning and I didn’t know what to do with myself.

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Trumpo Beto Veto


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Beto is in the race.

Are you excited? It seems a lot of people are despite the fact he’s sitting around five percent in the DNC polls. If you watched Beto O’Rourke yesterday, you can tell he’s excited. Beto was jumping on countertops in coffee houses and waving his arms around like he’s over-caffeinated.

Donald Trump noticed Beto’s excitement and pointed out how much he waved his arms around. Seriously. Donald Trump…talked smack…about someone else…waving their arms around. That would be like Trump criticizing someone for sexual harassment, except he’s done that and insulted people’s hair, energy, looks, for using executive orders, for not releasing their school records, for being racist, and he’s called other people liars.

Trump said, “I’ve never seen so much hand movement. I said, ‘Is he crazy or is that just the way he acts?'” I think a lot of people have said the exact same thing about Trump while commenting that it looks like he’s playing an invisible accordion.

I think it’s just the way Beto acts and Trump is the crazy one.

Trump will also get to use his first presidential veto as 12 Republicans joined Democrats in the Senate yesterday to block his national emergency faux crisis. In other news, the rest of the Republican Senate are not Constitutionalists.  They’re liars.

We’ve had over 30 national emergencies declared by presidents and not one of them was to steal money from government programs for something Congress refused to fund. This is unconstitutional. But as it’s already been pointed out, Republicans don’t believe in anything anymore as they’ve all joined a cult.

Beto will rise in the polls while Republicans and Trump will drop even further. Beto waves his arms around but he’s genuine. Trump and the GOP are phonies.

Yesterday Trump tweeted one word, “veto,” which is also bizarre. Trump tweeting a single word? It was one of those instances we can be pretty sure a staffer wrote the tweet. It was spelled correctly.

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What kind of person would want to be part of something that disparages, slanders, and disrespects Dear Leader and his sycophantic followers? Hopefully, you. 
Making a contribution supports my work and keeps the cartoons, columns, and videos coming. My income is from newspapers that subscribe to my work and small contributors. George Soros hasn’t sent me a million dollar check in weeks. Making a contribution of any amount, or buying a print for $40.00, makes you part of this specific resistance, and a member of Team Claytoonz (we’re still working on the name). You are complicit, an accomplice, and in cahoots (and whatever gangster terms we can think of) with this political satire pointing out that the stupid emperor has no clothes. Contributions can be made through PayPal, checks, and wads of cash exchanged in back alleys.
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Beto Vs. Creepo


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Beto O’Rourke, the Democratic candidate for the Texas U.S. Senate seat is being accused of pretending to be Latino by supporters of Senator Ted Cruz, a guy many accuse of pretending to be Caucasian.

O’Rourke is currently representing Texas in Congress. His first name is Robert, which is where the nickname “Beto” came from, as it’s often short for “Roberto” in Mexico. It was targeted in an attack ad by Ted Cruz, whose first name is “Rafael.” Go figure.

Ted Cruz is not a man of principles, ethics, or charm. His campaign also targeted O’Rourke for being likable and made fun of his past skateboarding and playing in a rock band. Whereas, any personality Cruz has is stored in the basement of the Alamo.

Despite being a Republican in deeply red Texas, Cruz is in trouble. He’s seeking help from Donald Trump, a man he once called a “sniveling coward” for accusing his father of being involved in the assassination of JFK, and for making fun of his wife’s looks. Did I mention Cruz doesn’t have principles?

Nobody really likes Ted. Al Franken once said he likes Cruz more than anyone else in the Senate, and he hated Ted Cruz. Lindsey Graham, a fellow Republican, once said you could shoot Cruz on the floor of the Senate and none of his colleagues would convict you.

If Cruz loses his reelection bid for his Senate seat, the GOP would hate losing the seat, but wouldn’t miss Ted.

You can tell a lot about a person who likes Ted Cruz. It’s a sign that you don’t want anything to do with that person.

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