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The pantheon of American cartoonists has its fair share of luminaries. There is Walt Disney, whose work was so inspired that it sparked the creation of a hideously large and evil media conglomerate. There is Jim Davis, whose brainchild compelled the entire world to unite over its shared disdain for Mondays. There is Charles Schulz, who taught us never to trust psychiatrists. And let us not forget Chic Young, who never failed to delight whenever he depicted Dagwood Bumstead in the process of creating or consuming a comically tall sandwich with lots of weird stuff in it.
But of all the cartoonists God will ever see fit to grace this country with, none is more controversial than Ben Garrison – the founder of GrrrGraphics. The Montanan artist owes some of his notoriety to his own work, which depicts Deep State darlings as the devils they really are. He can also attribute a large part of it to internet trolls, who took it upon themselves to edit his cartoons with their own unsavory touches.
But chief among Ben’s sins is portraying Donald J. Trump in a positive light. Such audacity! Imagine if just two or three more artists dared to voice their support for someone who ran for president without globalist oligarchs’ explicit approval. It might just pry public discourse free from the Deep State’s vulture-like clutches and restore it to … you know … the public. (Note to self: tell Ben to draw cartoon depicting Deep State as vulture, with words “Deep State” printed just above its head.)