I often wonder what it would have been like if all the cartoonists had been united in defending our rights, freedoms, children and fundamental moral principles.

I initially felt confused and shocked that most did the opposite.

Now I just feel disappointed. And disgusted.
I really do feel sad about this. I think that had there been a united opposition to this from cartoonists (which you would have thought was fairly probable), a lot of the government messaging and propaganda would have been significantly weakened. More could have woken up sooner.
I have gained a lot of attention (not all good) as well as over 30,000 followers due to the fact that so few in my profession have taken this side. I would honestly rather I still had only 5000 followers and was just one of many cartoonists fighting against this madness.

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