I suggest the sentiment is likely to be pro-French rather than American.
R C Bell in his 6th volume on tokens lists Spence's dies individually, presumably because they were mixed between individual tokens.
The 1st picture is listed as TS14. Bell describes it as a lion slinking away with its tail between its legs as a cock ( US = rooster ) crows triumphantly from the top of a dunghill. The Gallic cock has long been a symbol of France, and the lion of Britain.
This image would have been highly inflammatory at the time. The upper class establishment of Britain feared revolution exported from France, and Britain was in the grip of a French invasion scare, something which Britain seemed prone to from time to time...
The second image is listed as TS9 and Bell says little about it, except that it appears to pair with TS10.
TS10 has a large central tree, three men dancing to the right, one man on the left sitting at a table eating, and the text around the whole "AFTER THE REVOLUTION". No date.
Your piece is in super condition. I noted that both sides were dated which struck me as unusual, so like you I suspect this is one of Skidmore's later mules. If you have any more I would enjoy seeing them.