by Adam Zyglis / Buffalo News ( 2017

SINCE THE unmasking of Harvey Weinstein, the names of other celebrities accused of sexual misconduct have followed with the regularity of a drumbeat growing louder. November brought forth such entertainment and media celebrities as Charlie Rose and Louis C.K., and the month ends with a flurry of such figures as Matt Lauer. Garrison Keillor. Russell Simmons.

Boom. Boom. Boom.

While on Capitol Hill, Rep. John Conyers and Sen. Al Franken fight off growing allegations.

Boom. Boom.

Meanwhile, President Trump offers fresh denials about his appearance in the infamous “Access Hollywood” tapes leaked shortly before last year’s election.

Here is how cartoonists are satirizing the latest round of the accused and the guilty:

STEVE SACK (Minneapolis Star Tribune):

by Steve Sack / Minneapolis Star Tribune ( 2017

R.J. MATSON (CQ Roll Call):

by R.J. Matson / CQ Roll Call ( 2017


by Signe Wilkinson / (WPWG) 2017

NATE BEELER (Columbus Dispatch):

by Nate Beeler / Columbus Dispatch ( 2017

MIKE KEEFE (Colorado Independent):

by Mike Keefe ( 2017

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