Yesterday, the first black president was inaugurated for his second term, and he chose to do so on the birthday of a man who, unlike him, truly fought for a world where men would be judged, not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. Today’s black leaders have betrayed what Martin Luther King Jr. stood for, but they still invoke him in order to give their poisonous race-hustling a veneer of legitimacy. I thought about King’s most famous words on the night of the inauguration and, being an artist, turned them into an illustration:
Bosch Fawstin is a cartoonist, creator of the anti-jihad superhero “Pigman,” and winner of the Mohammad Cartoon Contest.
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