Cartoon from Legalinsurrection.com‘An Australian Kangaroo Visits the Second Impeachment Trial of President Trump’ by Jan Darling The Society March 23, 2021 Culture, Exposing Election Fraud, Humor, Poetry 16 Comments . A kangaroo visiting from Australia beholds the kangaroo court attempting to impeach President Trump for the second time and, taking the current kangaroo judge’s momentary absence as an opportunity, dresses up as judge and addresses the court. Folk took my name in vain When they joined in the refrain “Destroy that man who’s been unseated.” “Punish him,” was what they bleated Hyenas in a frenzy, they, Seeking revenge the Party way. Perhaps the charge of insurrection Helped achieve a new direction Whilst denying the election To the man of odd complexion. He knows that you prefer correction To your state of disaffection. We find ourselves now in a world Where flags of hatred fly unfurled Where right is wrong and left, bereft, Engages in electoral theft. (Your child’s not safe with such as these; They’ll kiss the devil, on their knees.) The “progressive” judge is out today. I’m in his place—but not his pay. I am a Roo of a different shade. I trust you’ve not your minds up made. (That’s Kangarese—not of their tribe; My kind of Roo you cannot bribe.) Inside my pouch is what I’ll judge— Hard evidence that will not budge. Prepare yourselves for a big surprise; This pouch is full of political lies. There’s only guilt that lies within In furry shade as black as sin. My paw goes in right to the hilt And wraps around the slimy guilt. It’s slippery but shows the con Through trails of dirty crumpled yuan. Oh goodness me! I move too slowly. Look here it is a Biden Joe-y! . . Jan Darling is a New Zealander who has worked in Auckland, Wellington, London, Barcelona, New York and Sydney at copywriting and marketing strategy. She has spent her leisure time over sixty years writing poetry and short stories. 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Our only hope is that the few cancel-culturists and assorted ragbags actually in possession of one accidentally change channels or pick up the wrong newspaper. Jan Darling March 23, 2021 Thank you CB – I began by using some references that would not have been understood up there on the topside without the guiding hand of Evan. While writing it I discovered this curious downsideup fact: the term kangaroo court originated in Texas! Reply C.B. Anderson March 24, 2021 Then God bless Texas, S.J. Bryant and anyone else who lives there. Mike Bryant March 24, 2021 Thanks for the blessing C.B. I need all the blessings I can get. Mike Bryant March 24, 2021 Jan Darling, thanks for keeping the flags of truth, and especially Texas, flying proudly. I love the sentiment, the kangaroos, Australia and your beautiful Poetry. Paul Freeman March 23, 2021 If the election was rigged, or stolen, or whatever, wouldn’t that be the first time in history that an incumbent government, anywhere in the world, has lost a national election to an out-of-power opposition party by such means? Otherwise, as the former President’s, former lawyer, Sidney Powell, is now admitting, they made it all up and no ‘reasonable’ person would believe such outlandish claims. Perhaps the kangaroo has not heard of this alternative tROOth? Reply Mike Bryant March 23, 2021 Paul, perhaps the tROOth lies in history and not in the ramblings of the bought and paid for worldwide news media. https://americanfreepress.net/america-has-long-history-of-stolen-elections/ As for Sidney Powell… https://lovebreedsaccountability.com/2021/03/22/quick-reminder-for-sidney-powell-fans-that-the-media-are-serial-liars/ Reply Jan Darling March 23, 2021 Thank you Paul. Tautologically speaking if you are the government you are incumbent and if you are the opposition, you’re out of power. I am surprised that you are visiting us. You seem to know what’s what. Reply David Watt March 24, 2021 A great idea for a poem Jan, and a point well made. It’s noticeable that the media now conveniently turn their heads away from stories they would have jumped at before. Truth becomes inconvenient when it doesn’t suit the narrative. Reply Jan Darling March 28, 2021 Yes, David – an accurate comment about our downsideup commentators here, too. It is discouraging to think that there’s an entire generation of young journalists who are being schooled in “comment” not in journalism, which if I recall was an unvarnished report of the day’s events published in a central place for all to read. Reply Sally Cook March 24, 2021 Nice! And I love the cartoon as well. Reply Jan Darling March 28, 2021 Yes – Evan has a gift for illustrating the issue perfectly. Reply Susan Jarvis Bryant March 24, 2021 Jan, we are sisters in poetry and philosophy. In this age of division, I feel ever closer to most of my fellow poets at SCP… you are top notch! I also admire the fact that even though you don’t reside in America, you see the bigger picture. Thank you! Reply Jan Darling March 28, 2021 Thank you Susan. You made me blush! If I had half of your talent, I would be overburdened with gifts. Reply Leave a Reply to Jan Darling Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.