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Branco Cartoon – In-Kind Campaign Donors


It doesn’t count because they raised their left hand.

Love it…

smalltownoklahoman | July 30, 2020 at 7:31 am

How true!

I wouldn’t trust any of them to be truthful about anything. I’ve stopped going on FB a long time ago, never used Twitter, and don’t use Google. Trouble is they have their fingers throughout everything. Even if you don’t use them directly.

    DSHornet in reply to oldgoat36. | July 30, 2020 at 8:49 am

    Indeed, Firefox is my primary browser and DuckDuckGo my primary search engine. I’ll use others only if I absolutely must.

    Remember Paul Harvey? If any or all of these three say something, along with NYT, WaPo, and others like them, the first response should be “What’s the rest of the story?”

      casualobserver in reply to DSHornet. | July 30, 2020 at 8:56 am

      I use Bing often in addition to DuckDuckGo. And in the past month, or so, since I’ve noticed more complaints about censoring I check Bing/Google results @ politics. Bing will locate Breitbart articles near the top that Google won’t. I regularly compare the two in general for my business – which means non-political searches/topics/words. And the two are often very similar. So odd how different they are when using words like….pandemic, or Pelosi, for example. Why are those words driving such different results that, say, car or roof searches do not? Hmmmm.


2smartforlibs | July 30, 2020 at 9:55 am

As Always A.F. gets it in one panel.