The Week’s Best Cartoons 9/3

The biggest topic for the political cartoonists this past week has once again been … the former guy.  I don’t know about you all, but I’m pretty sick and tired of seeing his name and his ugly mug wherever I look on the ‘net.  That said, with the investigations into his business, his criminal mishandling of classified documents, and his involvement in the January 6th attempted coup, there is reason for the news media to continue covering those things, and the cartoonists to continue drawing cartoons about him.  He’s just so damn easy to make cartoons about, for he IS a cartoon.  Nonetheless, when I checked out TokyoSand’s weekly cartoon collection to reblog here, while still impressed by the talent of the cartoonists, I selected mostly ones that were not about the former guy for this brief sampling.  But please do click on the link at the bottom of this post and visit TokyoSand’s Political Charge to see all the cartoons.  As always, she’s done a great job at finding the very best ones!

I hope you enjoy this collection of the best editorial cartoons I saw this week.

Be sure to check out the rest of the ‘toons!

9 thoughts on “The Week’s Best Cartoons 9/3

    • It is sad … tragic, in fact. More than once it has happened that the police used a “no-knock warrant” to enter the home of a Black person (never heard of it happening to a white person) in the middle of the night, and then shot the person still in bed! Those who would claim there is no systemic racism in this country are either liars or fools. Sigh.


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