WaPo Publishes Cartoon Depicting Republican Lawmakers As Rats Who Tried To ‘Subvert The Constitution’

The Washington Post printed a cartoon on Sunday depicting various Republicans as rats.

The cartoon, drawn by The Post’s editorial cartoonist Ann Telnaes and titled “All the Republican rats,” includes well over 100 named “state attorneys general and U.S. Congress members” accused of allowing President Donald Trump to attempt to stay in office.

Ahead of the drawings of rats – each given the name of a lawmaker or a state attorney general – a description explains what the cartoon intends to depict: “All of the state attorneys general and U.S. Congress members who collaborated with President Trump in his attempt to subvert the Constitution and stay in office.”

Attorney Generals Ken Paxton of Texas, Ashley Moody of Florida and Lynn Fitch of Mississippi are among more than a dozen AGs named in the cartoon. As the cartoon continues, rats portraying Republicans such Reps. Jim Jordan of Ohio, Steve Scalise of Louisiana, Matt Gaetz of Florida , Dan Crenshaw of Texas and Elise Stefanik of New York are seen.
 

WaPo prints cartoon straight from anti-semitic Nazi propaganda.

Dehumanizes @realDonaldTrump supporters as rats. pic.twitter.com/qLRYb435UT

— Steve Milloy (@JunkScience) December 20, 2020

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