Steve Kelley for April 17, 2024

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    My First Premium Member 2 months ago

    Proud to be your first “Like”!

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    Michael Spony Premium Member 2 months ago

    I’m amazed how law and order Republicans now attack our criminal justice system but when Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges they proclaimed justice was served. It’s gone way beyond a double standard and into a new realm of cult worshiping. The case against Trump is not a slam dunk yet they are proclaiming the “fix is in”. If he’s acquitted would that mean the fix WAS in?

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    DC Swamp  2 months ago

    Kangaroo court indeed, run by Alvin the chunky chipmunk.

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    Durak Premium Member 2 months ago

    How long until the judge declares Trump mentally incompetent to stand trial and orders him to a treatment facility?

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    charliekane  2 months ago

    Gotta be he!! for Donnie to be at the mercy of others. Makes me so sad for him.

    {;^)

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    Local 574 Premium Member 2 months ago

    But you don’t understand, Steve. He said things that hurt our feelings. ORANGEMANBAD!

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    Benaiah67  2 months ago

    Any political cartoon that shows the mindless thoughts of the left is always enjoyable to read. Now if they didn’t sound a lot like their idols Biden and Harris they might actually make sense.

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    Hello Everyone  2 months ago

    The Alleged crimes occurred in New York, so the trial should take place in New York.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 2 months ago

    Given how many political cartoonists seem to be fine with breaking the law. How influential people be exempt from justice.. should really worry Americans.

    English author Edward Bulwer-Lytton created a play in 1839 entitled, “Richelieu, Or the Conspiracy.” In it is a now famous quote: “The pen is mightier than the sword.” It means that the written word is more effective than violence as a means of social or political change.

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    ChristopherBurns  2 months ago

    WHAAAAAAAAAAAA! Trump has to account for possibly breaking the law. He’ll have to stand trial, just like you or I would if we were accused of committing a crime.

    How dare New York State uphold their laws!

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    ncorgbl  2 months ago

    Only MAGA tRumpsters would call the trial a ‘kangaroo court’. The only law they support is that which protects tRump.

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    piper_gilbert  2 months ago

    Trump will just close his eyes and go to his safe space.

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    DrDon1  2 months ago

    Why is Kelley against a fundamental American principle … trial by jury?

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    IndyW  2 months ago

    A spot on toon again!

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    Henwood  2 months ago

    None.

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    Ignatz Premium Member 2 months ago

    Hi, Steve, just thought you’d like to know that jurors are agreed to by BOTH attorneys. Hope that helps.

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    walkingmancomics  2 months ago

    utter nonsense, Mr. K.

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    rmike7842  2 months ago

    This is a popular theme for the conservative comics today. And it’s got me thinking. Are there any defenses of Trump that don’t involve conspiracies? For that matter, are there any conservatives that don’t believe there is a massive conspiracy out to get Trump? For the one trial, I have heard victimless crime and everybody does it excuses. But that’s all. I think many must cling to these theories because Trump provide validation for their lives.

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    The Dem Veteran   2 months ago

    Sure……. Remind me again why did Michael Cohen go to jail????

    was he a conspiracy of one?

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    Free Radical  2 months ago

    Same crime was bad enough to send his “fixer” Cohen to lockup but is not even a crime for the boss himself?

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    Jimathai Premium Member 2 months ago

    awwwwh… poor little donnie. are those mean New Yorkers scaring you little donnie? you need a blankie?

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    Vidrinath Premium Member 2 months ago

    Steve, when did you start trusting scientists?

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    Rich Douglas  2 months ago

    Americans respect the justice system. Where are YOU from?

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    tpcox928  2 months ago

    First and, maybe, only like. Trump says the deck is stacked, MAGA-ites repeat it as if gospel. Prosecutors have investigated and brought charges, juries determine that the charges were valid…that would be American citizens…so if the deck is stacked, Orange Jesus stacked it.

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    tpcox928  2 months ago

    Best response to this strip today is a question: why should Trump be allowed a completely separate tier of justice, available only to him? I will wait for an answer, any answer.

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    Zuhl's Wife  2 months ago

    ⇧ The answer from the usual fifth-columnist extreme right wingers is the same:

    “I’m a proud boy to be a Nazi! Death to all who aren’t like me!”

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    Li'l Dale  2 months ago

    MAGA tears…

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    LJZ Premium Member 2 months ago

    Skelley; are you too stupid to realize the factual basis of all of t****’s criminal charges or just so enthralled with the world’s greatest con-man that you continue to front his lies?

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    oldchas  about 2 months ago

    If tRump were to move into my neighborhood he would have to register as a sex offender. In fact when he travels in PA he should be registered as a sex offender. The eighty-eight million dollars he gave the New York justice system to hold while he loses an appeal says he raped E. Jean Carroll. And Q wingers want him to be the chief law enforcement officer of all the US. Oh, and there’s this little thing with half of a billion dollar fine because his business kept fraudulent books. There’s presidential material for you. I suspect in about four weeks I’ll have another paragraph of litigation to write about that’s gone bad for the sleepy tooter.

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