In a world that increasingly tends to divide public opinion into two factions and deploy them against each other, all you have to do is just choose sides and who or what to hate. So many people, especially artists or chroniclers, are faced with a crossroads: to have the courage of their own ideas, and automatically become a sort of misfit — as suggested by a study finding “sociopathic traits linked to not wearing a mask or social distancing during pandemic” — or simply follow or ride the wave of common thought, by attacking all those who oppose the narrative spread by governments, through the mainstream media, with too critical thinking.
Judging by the tone of his cartoons, Jimbob would seem to have chosen a “denier” type of narrative — a definition which turned out to be but a way to give anyone who has doubts about the political choices of a country, especially in health matters, a fascist connotation. In Made by Jimbob, all the hypocrisy and contraddictions behind the current use of terms such as “denier”, “conspiracy theorist”, “sexist”, or “healthy” is highlighted.
Jimbob is an American editorial cartoonist whose simplistic depictions reduce complex social and political issues to their core principles. He is a weekly contributor to The Washington Examiner, and is the author of Savage Memes Vol. 1 and 2.
Jimbob lived in Los Angeles, California, for 15 years, which exposed him to the many characters and situations he draws today. He now resides in Colorado with his family. He values God, family, Logos, and creativity.