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The 2016 Presidential Election Collection: Cartoons by Ben Garrison Paperback – March 4, 2017
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Ben Garrison is a fine artist and cartoonist living in Montana with his wife Tina, who is also a cartoonist. In 2009, Ben began drawing cartoons to protest the banker bailout and America's dysfunctional and immoral system of money as well as raise awareness of the growing police state in America. His cartoons have been seen by millions all around the world. For years Ben was the most trolled cartoonist in the world until he reclaimed his own voice through persistent publicity on social media. Ben is a Libertarian who drew many cartoons that supported Ron Paul's run for the presidency. Ben Garrison published a book in April, 2015 titled, "Rogue Cartoonist," in which he features a short biography, his cartoons and the internet perils he faced when a legion of trolls began attacking him in an attempt to ruin his reputation. Since the book's publication, Ben has appeared on many radio and podcast broadcasts. His work as been ‘retweeted’ by many prominent media personalities including James Woods, Mike Cernovich, Alex Jones, Ann Coulter and Stefan Molyneux. His cartoons can be seen at www.grrrgraphics.com
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You see, a concept or story is so easy to understand in political cartoons when drawn by a genius like Ben Garrison. It is understood in most cases by anyone who doesn't read English or who just doesn't know how to read.
I am so excited to being able to own the Election Collection!
My only criticism is that the book is missing one of my favorite cartoons, the poignant "Make The First Lady Great Again"--- a poised and feminine Melania Trump juxtaposed next to the suspiciously-muscular, definitely-not-transsexual Michelle Obama.
Time after time, these cartoons hit the nail squarely on the head. I had to buy this book, simply to thank Ben for all of his fantastic work.
WARNING TO READERS: Enjoy this book in modest doses--- viewing too many images of Hillary Clinton in one sitting can cause severe nausea.