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As we’re seeing new momentum to “defund the police” we’re also seeing new videos of terrible police brutality. The police horrors are damaging the police themselves, that’s the idea behind my cartoon for today – and look! See a bunch of my recent favorite cartoons about the police here on my blog!

As we’re seeing new momentum to “defund the police” we’re also seeing new videos of terrible police brutality. The police horrors are damaging the police themselves, that’s the idea behind my cartoon for today.


Daryl Cagle

And here are some of my favorite, recent cartoons about the police, from our Cagle Cartoonists.


Dave Whamond


Jimmy Margulies


Randy Enos


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Dave Granlund


Angel Boligan


John Darkow


Pat Bagley


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By Daryl Cagle

Daryl Cagle is the founder and owner of Cagle Cartoons, Inc. He is one of the most widely published editorial cartoonists and is also the editor of The Cagle Post.

3 replies on “The Police”

OMG! It’s just mind-boggling to see these UGLY truths revealed … in real-time & in “Cagle Cartoons.
truly, America’s hypocrisy is on full display, and Rep. Trumpers & assorted sycophants keep setting the “Barr“ ever lower.

I would like to post a quote from Robert G. Ingersoll
1833-1899

“If abuses are destroyed, man must destroy them. If slaves are freed, man must free them. If new truths are discovered, man must discover them. If the naked are clothed; if the hungry are fed; if justice is done; if labor is rewarded; if superstition is driven from the mind; if the defenceless are protected and if the right finally triumphs, all must be the work of man. The grand victories of the future must be won by man, and by man alone.”
Robert Green Ingersoll. The Works of Robert G. Ingersol

The oppression of black and brown people has been a constant in our history. History marches on. All efforts to change the laws to make them more equitable for the black community are dismissed.

From the slave owners in the South to the white supremacist of today, this incomprehensible despicable hatred of blacks rages on. And all of our laws are written to make sure it continues.

Until the black people can represent themselves in sufficient numbers to change the laws, it will continue. It will take a coalition of black and white voters and legislators to over power the elements in our legislature who want this system to continue.

We white people seem unable to hear unless there is glass breaking. We cannot see until there is smoke and fire. We cannot act until there are tears and blood and death.

This is the time for all of us to think about what kind of people we want to be going forward as a nation. In three years we have fallen from the pinnacle of world leadership to scorn and ridicule around the world. We have abandoned friendships around the world. We have seen our own citizenry threatened with military assault. We have got to get this right.

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