TO THE TUNE of the classic Sondheim song, “Send in the Clowns”:

Isn’t this rich?
Aren’t they a pair?
Bill here, so fast, on tarmacs
She in mid-err
Send in the clowns

Is this a breach?
Does Hill deceive?
She who keeps emailing around
Do we believe?
Where are the clowns?
Send in the clowns

Comey has ended this whole big process
Finally knowing Hill was “extremely careless”
She assumes her same crouch again with her usual flair
Pants suit on fire?
No crime is there

Don’t you love farce?
“Slack space” in play
FBI assures Justice is served
Without delay
But where are the clowns?
There ought to be clowns
Quick, send in the clowns

Don’t bother, they’re here.

And indeed they are. Here is how a dozen of America’s cartoonists are responding to the FBI’s closely scrutinized report this week on Hillary Clinton’s email practices while secretary of State:


STEVE KELLEY (Creators.com):

by Steve Kelley / Creators Syndicate & Creators.com 2016

MIKE LUCKOVICH (Atlanta Journal Constitution):

by Mike Luckovich / Atlanta Journal Constitution 2016

JACK OHMAN (Sacramento Bee):

by Jack Ohman / The Sacramento Bee 2016

SCOTT STANTIS (Chicago Tribune):

by Scott Stantis / Chicago Tribune 2016

STEVE BREEN (San Diego Union-Tribune):

by Steve Breen / San Diego Union-Tribune 2016

CLAY BENNETT (Chattanooga Times Free Press):

by Clay Bennett / Chattanooga Times Free Press 2016

MIKE LESTER (Washington Post Writers Group):

by Mike Lester / Washington Post Writers Group 2016

STEVE SACK (Minneapolis Star Tribune):

by Steve Sack / Minneapolis Star Tribune/ courtesy of CagleCartoons.com 2016

PAT BAGLEY (Salt Lake Tribune):

by Pat Bagley / Salt Lake Tribune / courtesy of CagleCartoons.com 2016

DARRIN BELL (Washington Post Writers Group):

by Darrin Bell / Washington Post Writers Group 2016

NATE BEELER (Columbus Dispatch):

by Nate Beeler / Columbus Dispatch / courtesy of CagleCartoons.com 2016


by Robert Ariail / The State & Universal Uclick 2016