The mainstream media hasn't exactly given comparable coverage to both the Trump and Clinton scandals. Here are seven cartoons that perfectly sum of the media’s coverage - or lack thereof - of the WikiLeaks emails.
Ignoring the monster under the bed.
by Lisa Benson (10/17/2016)
What happens when sex sells...
by Dana Summers (10/17/2016)
It’s like a game of where’s Waldo.
by Bob Gorrell (10/17/2016)
by Gary Varvel (10/17/2016)
It's like an awful twist on a classic tune.
by Glenn McCoy (10/12/2016)
“When you’re a star…”
by Robert Ariail (10/12/2016)
It’s all about the “framing”.
by Ken Catalino (9/1/2016)
Trump’s name is slapped in bold on the front page of every major newspaper, while news of John Podesta’s leaked emails is buried ten stories deep under a mountain of tax returns, lewd audio, and accusations of sexual assault. The Trump scandals are certainly newsworthy, but - as these cartoons point out - the media shouldn't be using them as a shield to protect Clinton from her own indiscretions.