The Week’s Best Cartoons 5/9

 

Editorial cartoonists appear to be one of the last groups of people who speak out and say exactly what’s happening. They reveal what’s really going on behind all the pomp and circumstance in front of cameras and reporters, and entertain us along the way. Although to be clear, they’re not necessarily “funny.” Especially this week.

Here are our great editorial cartoonists on what they saw in the news this week.

 

Trump & His Cronies

By Pat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune

 

By Marc Murphy, Louisville Courier-Journal

 

By Lalo Alcaraz

 

By Milt Priggee

 

By Bill Day, Florida Politics

 

By Pat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune

 

By Matt Davies, Newsday

 

By Pat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune

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Lincoln (Project)

By Michael de Adder

 

By Tom Toles, The Washington Post

 

By Repeat1968

 

By Ann Telnaes, Washington Post     (Throwback to 2019)

 

Ahmaud Arbery

By Marc Murphy, Louisville Courier-Journal

 

By Darrin Bell, King Features syndicate

 

By Jimmy Margulies, King Features

 

By Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

 

Please Vote

By Tom Toles, The Washington Post

 

By Clay Bennett, Chattanooga Times Free Press

 

The World We Live In

By Morten Morland

 

By Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

 

By Rick McKee, The Augusta Chronicle

 

By Lalo Alcaraz

 

By Matt Davies, Newsday

 

And Other News

By Bill Bramhall, New York Daily News

 

By Rodrigo de Matos

 

By Matt Wuerker, Politico

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2 replies

  1. yep..Liked the Lincoln ones especially.. what a blooming idiot! Camille Burke 612-940-9980

    On Sat, May 9, 2020 at 10:46 AM Political⚡Charge wrote:

    > TokyoSand posted: ” Editorial cartoonists appear to be one of the last > groups of people who speak out and say exactly what’s happening. They > reveal what’s really going on behind all the pomp and circumstance in front > of cameras and reporters, and entertain us along” >

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