StoneToss: Episode 72

What goes around...

Comic Name: Outlaw
Description: Law and disorder.
Mouseover: What goes around…
Image Name: blue-lives-matter-jail-stonetoss-political-cartoon.png
Amogus: The badge on the cop’s hat (turned upside down)
Originally Published: 4/22/2021

What The Comic Is: A police officer stands in a jail cell, his hands in cuffs. In the cell a MAGA hat wearing man, also in cuffs and sporting a Thin Blue Line shirt, smugly greets the new prisoner.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: The police “betrayed” the capitol rioters on January 6, but they are now being imprisoned themselves by “radical leftist government society”, somehow vindicating the capitol rioters or proving that right-wingers are being imprisoned not for their actions but for their politics.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: First of all, people aren’t handcuffed when they’re in prison, but whatever. I guess StoneToss wanted to make 100% sure we knew they were in jail and not meeting in a purple bedroom in order to have gay-ass buttsex. And the cop is drawn with no face, almost as if he can be a stand-in for any police officer in the future who is arrested and convicted for committing a crime. So deep! And he’s wearing a little blue police onsie because he’s a fucking baby who never learned his actions have consequences. So accurate!

Anyways. StoneToss makes it quite clear who the guy sitting down is supposed to be, with the red hat and all. It’s obviously meant to be one of the rioters from the January 6 capitol riot, many of which (and growing by the day!) are being arrested, convicted and sent to prison terms. While every flavor of “I support the capitol riot” is the same shit-taste flavor, they are at least topped with different sprinkles (the sprinkles are bigoted, the whipped cream on top is from a spray can. But the spray can is racist). Some on the right decry the riot as a false flag, that it was Antifa and BLM “infiltrators” who actually ringleading or solely committing any violence or crimes. Others suggest the riots were entirely peaceful, that reports of police officers being injured and killed were only fake news and that Ashli Babbitt (the woman shot and killed by a police officer during the rioter’s break-in of the capitol building) was a peaceful protestor who was wrongly shot. But most of them agree that on that day, the police “betrayed” America, or that the police were exposed as being puppets to the fake Biden (((illuminati))) government.

StoneToss has depicted the protests as peaceful, but also made comics about the rioters (in military cosplay riot gear) stealing Pelosi’s computer, so it seems that when it comes to picking a side, he’s too much of an indecisive coward/idiot (or, in his own words, too “intelligent” and “insightful” and “sees every possible logical branch in any situation”, so how can he ever possibly join one side or the other??). He’s made a comic disavowing QAnon as being a conspiracy started by the (((Jews))), so really where he stands on what the capitol riots were or why is up for anyone to debate. Really, he doesn’t seem to have any clear idea on what they were (were they based? Peaceful? A (((false flag)))?) and seems to go with whatever he thinks at the moment, which is very much classic StoneToss. But this all takes us back to Derek Chauvin ending up in prison.

StoneToss seems to be of the opinion that police officers, who did their job and protected people from violent rioters, were betrayers of liberty on January 6th. They betrayed the very same Thin Blue Line cultists that worship and bootlick them (isn’t it curious how the rioters supported police, but still were stopped from committing crimes? Curious). StoneToss bitches relentlessly about supposed shadow government “new world order” illuminati conspiracies, but funnily enough it seems that, in this situation, what he’s upset about is that there isn’t a shadowy cabal of string-pullers who are getting all of the Thin Blue Line cultists off the hook for their peaceful murdering of a police officer and that, unfortunately enough, the actions of the rioters have consequences. There is nothing funny, ironic or cathartic about an officer going to prison alongside capitol rioters. StoneToss is just a manbaby who doesn’t like that you can’t commit crimes even if you’re a bootlicker.

Yeah, I'll "monitor" my re-election vote for you real good, buddy,

Comic Name: Acta Non Verba
Description: Et tu, Trumpus?
Mouseover: Yeah, I’ll “monitor” my re-election vote for you real good, buddy.
Image Name: trump-monitoring-the-situation-comic.png
Originally Published: 9/30/2019

What The Comic Is: Antifa and Facebook banhammer-wielding gladiators menacingly corner a Trump gladiator in a colosseum arena. The Trump gladiator shouts for aid from Emperor Trump, though Trump merely shouts back that he is “monitoring the situation” as he reclines on his bench, drinking wine and being served grapes.

What StoneToss Actually Thinks: Trump doesn’t give a shit about his cultists.

Why It’s Fucking Stupid: Nope, StoneToss is right! Trump didn’t/doesn’t care about his supporters. He’s never cared. They’re just stooges and potential scam victims for his shady donation drives. Though what exactly StoneToss was expecting Trump to do about things like Twitter and Facebook is questionable. Did he expect Trump to use some kind of executive action to control Facebook? Isn’t that exactly the kind of thing StoneToss hates about governments?? Like Outlaw, this comic goes to show that StoneToss’ worldview has zero fundamental values or principles, he just wants people he doesn’t like to be controlled by the government, and he wants the people he does like to get off with their crimes. This is because StoneToss is a fucking manbaby.

“Acta Non Verba”, the comic’s title, loosely translates from Latin as “Deeds, not words”, which is a pretty common saying among those who value themselves as being very badass. In this case, StoneToss is calling out Trump for never doing anything. Fruit that hangs so low it’s touching the goddamned grass. The description is a parody of the phrase “Et tu, Brute?” (or, “and you, Brutus?”) the famous (and fictional) final words of Roman leader and dictator Julius Caesar (in the Shakespeare play Julius Caesar, where the line is most often pulled from ((though it did appear in even earlier plays, such as Henry VI, Part III also by Shakespeare and Caesar Interfectus by another dead guy named Richard Edes)), the line is not even the character of Caesar’s last words, that would be his next line: “Then fall Caesar!“). But okay, I digress: point being is that StoneToss is shit. It’s just his way of dramatically acting betrayed by Donald Trump for being #JustLikeTheOtherPoliticians and not sending the US military to raid Facebook HQ or something. Once again, StoneToss wishes he could have everything perfectly tailored to his tastes (Trump uses his powers as President to control Facebook’s policies) while still maintaining his tough guy bigbrain do not tread on me principles (that the gubment will not infringe on free liberty).

He even suggests he’s not going to vote for Trump in 2020, despite going on to make numerous comics about Trump winning in 2020. So he fervently wants Trump to win, but he personally doesn’t want to vote for Trump in order to maintain his façade as an ultra-libertarian liberty minuteman badass freedom American warrior; or in other words: StoneToss is a fucking idiot.


One thought on “StoneToss: Episode 72

  1. Once i got hold of what the first comic originally was, I interpreted it as ST saying that the cops that “”betrayed”” the rioters are the same kind of cops that kill innocent black people for no good reason.

    Don’t really know what kind of message would come out of this that supports Tosspot’s views, but he is known to take talking points of various credibility and twisting them to promote his own views (Biden comic, circumcision).

    That being said, the fact this comic features a Thin-Blue-Liner in such a light would definitely do nothing to convince those that know that police brutality is bad to entertain the comic’s message.


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