Double-talk. Denial. Stupidity. This week’s best political cartoons.

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Double-talk. Denial. Stupidity. This week’s best political cartoons.

This week’s top ten political cartoons lampoon Republican double-talk, denial and stupidity.

“Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon” – Saul Alinsky

“It is almost impossible to counterattack ridicule. Also it infuriates the opposition, who then react to your advantage,” Alinsky adds. Ridicule, satire and mockery have been a part of our nation’s politics since before the American Revolution. Anonymously published satirical articles and cartoons filled American newspapers in the years before the conflict began and helped build support for independence. – Grassroots Leadership Academy

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Marjorie Taylor Greene. Jimmy Margulies.

Marjorie Taylor Greene. Jimmy Margulies.


GOP Growth. Bruce Plante.

GOP Growth. Bruce Plante.


GOP Reform. Monte Wolverton.

GOP Reform. Monte Wolverton.


QOP & New Greene Party. Dave Whamond.

QOP & New Greene Party. Dave Whamond.


GOP Stupidity. Dave Whamond.

GOP Stupidity. Dave Whamond.


Quitting Trump. Monte Wolverton.

Quitting Trump. Monte Wolverton.


Sleepy Joe. Adam Zyglis.

Sleepy Joe. Adam Zyglis.


Dividing Families. David Fitzsimmons.

Dividing Families. David Fitzsimmons.


Cancellers cancelled. Steve Sack.

Cancellers cancelled. Steve Sack.


COVID-19 Shots & Cupid. Dave Granlund.

COVID-19 Shots & Cupid. Dave Granlund.

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