The Supreme Court has been rigging elections since I was first eligible to vote in a Presidential election in 2000. I was in college at the time and too lazy to vote absentee (Maryland and Massachusetts went to Gore, so don’t blame me.), but I learned my lesson and voted in every election since. For twenty years, massive turnout has been needed to overcome the voter suppression of Republicans and their Supreme flunkies, and this year’s obstacles are even worse.
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.
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.
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.
This cartoon almost has fewer men in it than the “Women for Kavanaugh” bus.
I still think Kavanaugh will be confirmed, for the very reason cited in the Mitch McConnell panel. But the longer the process is drawn out, and the more Republicans have to defend him, the less time they have for other shenanigans leading up to the midterms.
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