Trick-or-treaters probably won’t be plentiful in my neighborhood, but I’ll be out on my triple decker’s balcony with candy ready to lower a bucket to any who show up. And if they don’t, well, at least I’ll have some candy to eat while I’m sitting out there.
Every judge and justice appointed by a loser of the popular vote is illegitimate and should be removed and their opinions nullified. The compromise position is expanding the court. Anything less is capitulation to Mitch’s lifelong project of destroying the country.
Just two more regularly scheduled comics until the election! I’ve drawn Biden in 2019 and a couple of times for The Nib, so I think you can tell I’m not exactly enthusiastic about him. If things go well, I’ll start ripping him to shreds soon.
I have around 210,000+ thoughts and prayers to send before I can get around to worrying about this guy.
Hours after finishing last week’s post-debate cartoon, my wife woke me up at 5:30am to tell me Trump had COVID. Sadly, she didn’t wake me up early this morning with even better news.
I censored the last panel for some outlets, and gave both uncensored and censored versions to others, and so I can post this comic on social media without it getting flagged as inappropriate.
CARTOONIST’S NOTE: I finished this comic before Trump got the ‘Rona. Which is hilarious, and I regret not being able to work it into the cartoon.
The Commission on Presidential Debates is a bipartisan solution to a problem that didn’t exist when the League of Women’s Voters ran things.
I watched the first debate and tweeted some jokes. These things don’t sway anybody, but can depress or raise turnout among those whose minds have been made. I know I’m more enthusiastic about voting against this shitburger after the watching.
Hopefully just over a month till the election’s decided. Then we can begin worrying about him not leaving. Oh, and that pandemic thing that’s ticking back up.
These T.V. shows I made up are still more informative than anything on cable news. I don’t watch any of it, yet somehow I’m aware that things are bad and getting worse.
Unlike what seems like everybody else, I’m still quarantining and soon it will be too cold to do that outside on long walks or the porch. So I’ll eventually look at cable news out of sheer boredom and immediately regret doing that.
If you don’t know what the numbers are above the show titles, ask your grandparents to show you a copy of their TV Guides.
The last thing people in Maine* want is someone from Massachusetts telling them what to do. But maybe they’ll follow their New Hampshire neighbors’ lead and stop sending Republicans to Congress.
*Becoming a state as a result of the Missouri Compromise which prolonged slavery, Maine is still rightfully part of Massachusetts, no matter what those potato and toilet paper farmers say.
Cheer up, at least I didn’t draw Mitch doing hot yoga.
Every week brings new horrors, and while I understand the urgent need to remove Trump, if nothing’s done about the Senate and this fucking guy, nothing’s going to improve until his Polio finishes the job it started many decades ago.
Despite attempts to sabotage the Post Office, turnout for Massachusetts’ primary* on Tuesday was at an all-time high, thanks to early voting and cities and towns placing dropboxes to collect ballots that couldn’t be mailed in time. Naturally, voter suppression attempts will ramp up for the general, so register to vote, and get your ballots in and returned as early as possible.
*What a relief that Ed Markey won. Pelosi and the establishment wing of the Democrats would’ve taken a Kennedy win as a sign that no one to the left of Joe Manchin mattered and we’d be on our way to Austerity II and misery for years.