Eli Valley airs our dirty laundry on MSNBC

Eli Valley, comic artist and official satirist on behalf of progressive Jewry, explained his hilarious and irascible comics on MSNBC’s talk show “The Cycle” last week, airing for all America our dirty, smelly, intermarried laundry. Kol hakavod, Eli.

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One Response to “Eli Valley airs our dirty laundry on MSNBC”

  1. Love the part where Valley looks right into the eyes of someone who’s very existence proves him wrong, and first questions his ‘pedigree’ and then basically moves on.

    Like so many other Forward writers proximity to facts need not change your cartoonish dogma.


    Dave Boxthorn · December 30th, 2013 at 8:30 pm

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