Christopher Keelty is a writer and artist based outside New York City.
Hey man, I grew up reading comic books in the 1990s. As soon as Trump announced “Space Force,” I knew who would be drawing that title.
“Throughout American history, freedom and liberty have taken a back seat to revenue and profit… It is breaking with our traditions, not honoring them, to put human rights ahead of profit.”
“That ‘responsible gun owner’ might keep his weapons safely locked away, but if you drill down far enough you’ll find a deep fear and distrust of other races.”
“You and me? We’re not wearing safety pins and performing our allyship. We’re actually going to do the things our white racist founding fathers wrote about but didn’t act on.”
(Drawn on office paper, because it’s all I had)
No caption or anything, just a random Trump drawing for you today.
I wanted to do SOMETHING to honor the late, great Jack Kirby for his 100th birthday… and since everything is politics these days, here you are. In honor of the man, I drew this with pencil and ink on Bristol vellum. The color is via computer.