Mitch McConnell


Mitch McConnell’s Antisocial Distancing   Recently updated !

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Hope you and your loved ones are all safe. My wife’s been able to work from home, so we’re lucky. We left the house once for a walk around Franklin Park in Boston. Everyone observed good social distancing practices.

We’ve also been doing daily video chats with my parents, trying to keep their spirits up while they’re stuck at home.

A huge thanks to everyone who works in the service industry. They deserve so much more than $15 an hour. Every pandemic profiteer should have their ill-gotten gains taken away and given to every clerk and delivery person who’s keeping 300 million panicky people fed.

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GOP Jury Duty

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Mitch’s shady late night impeachment shenanigans should clue people in to the G.O.P.’s project to undermine democracy, but if the last twenty years haven’t, I don’t know what will.

I thought nothing could be worse than drawing Ted Cruz during the 2016 primaries, but then he went and grew a teenager’s graying patchy beard.

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Presidential Correspon-Dunce

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I did a similar comic for Obama’s desk in my NYT cartoon, way back in probably 2014 or 2015, and that was the only time I prefered the horizontal format that was imposed on me.

Even this administration can’t believe how the Democrats are dragging their feet with impeachment, so they’ve started calling press conferences to confess their crimes. Pretty efficient!

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The Supreme Court Celebrates the Fourth

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Summers were more fun those years when the Supreme Court started them off with good news. The Voting Rights Act may be dead at the federal level, but registering as many people as possible to vote is still legal … at least until next summer.

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