This video from the USA says about itself:
Political Cartoonist Censored By Right-Wing Editor
9 June 2018
The work of Rob Rogers, longtime political cartoonist for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, has been notably absent from his paper’s opinion page during this past week. Aside from a cartoon criticizing the trade war posted on Tuesday, June 5, the most recent of Rogers’ drawings appeared last Thursday, May 24.
So where was Rogers all of last week? He did not simply “have the day off”, as printed in last Tuesday’s issue of the Post-Gazette.
Keith Burris, the Post-Gazette’s editorial director since March, when it merged its editorial board with the co-owned Toledo Blade, refused to publish six of Rogers’ cartoons in a row. Four were directly critical of President Donald Trump, and two alluded to racism.
Read more here.
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