The Week’s Best Cartoons: The Rittenhouse Verdict

By Repeat1968

Here’s how some of the nation’s best editorial cartoonists covered the Rittenhouse trial.

Rittenhouse Verdict

By Ann Telnaes, Washington Post
By Ed Hall
By Mark Fiore, KQED News
By Ed Hall
By Steve Breen, San Diego Union Tribune
By Matt Davies, Newsday
By Kevin Necessary
By Pia Guerra
By Clay Jones
By Lalo Alcaraz
By Clay Jones

And Other News

By Matt Davies, Newsday
By Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
By Bill Day, Florida Politics
By Kevin Siers, Charlotte Observer
By Steve Sack, Star Tribune
By Drew Sheneman, The Star-Ledger
By Dave Whamond
By Marc Murphy, Louisville Courier-Journal
By Marc Murphy, Louisville Courier-Journal
By Mike Luckovich, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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5 replies

  1. Tokyo, the Rittenhouse verdict reminds me of the George Zimmerman verdict when he followed and killed Trayvon Martin. Zimmerman was told by the 911 dispatcher NOT to follow Martin. Rittenhouse went armed for bear and three people end up dead.

    When you look for trouble, do not be surprised when you find it. In both circumstances, people are dead because of what I would observe is the minimal charge of “reckless endangerment.” If Rittenhouse stayed home, those people would not be dead. Keith

    • Unfortunately, white supremacists have been given “carte blanche” to go anywhere and do anything they want, at least in Wisconsin. How long before other Red States follow suit?
      America is crumbling from internal pressures, and building the infrastructure back better cannot stop the decay in the minds of half of its citizens.
      Whatever happened to “Better Dead than Red!” Nowadays, “BETTER BE RED OR YOU’RE GONNA BE DEAD,”

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