NEWSPAPERS ARE DROPPING NON SEQUITUR OVER TRUMP TRANSGRESSION – UPDATED

The Daily Cartoonist | 2/11/2019 | D. D. Degg
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in the Sunday February 10 comics sections was only the tip of a growing iceberg.

Other newspapers are also banishing the Wiley Miller’s comic.

Papers - Association - Non - Sequitur

Among the papers ending their association with Non Sequitur are:

“We apologize that such a disgusting trick was perpetuated on the reading public. The Butler Eagle will discontinue that comic immediately,” Vodenichar said.

Foolishness - Wiley - Publication - Joplin - Globe

This foolishness from Wiley has cost him publication in The Joplin Globe as well as a good many more newspapers, based on some of the internet stories I’ve read.

Mistake or not, we can no longer count on this cartoonist.

Sunday - Non - Sequitur

We will no longer run the daily or Sunday “Non Sequitur.”

The replacement cartoon is the family-friendly “Nancy.”

Effingham - Daily - News - Publication - Non

The Effingham Daily News will discontinue publication of the syndicated “Non Sequitur” comic strip after learning Monday that a panel of the weekend strip published Saturday contained a scribbled, vulgar message to President Donald Trump.

The Herald Bulletin will discontinue publication of the syndicated “Non Sequitur” comic strip after learning Monday that a panel of the Sunday strip contained a scribbled, vulgar message to President Donald Trump.

Herald - Bulletin - Non - Sequitur - Strip

The Herald Bulletin, which does not publish the daily “Non Sequitur” strip, will drop the Sunday strip, effective Feb. 24. The Feb. 17 Sunday comics section has already been printed with the “Non Sequitur” strip included. There are no offensive messages in the Feb. 17 strip.

The Tulsa World has carried the comic “Non Sequitur” for many years as part of our daily panel of comics in the Scene section on Monday through Saturday. We do not carry it as part of our Sunday comics package.

Regardless - Anyone - Views - Vulgarity - Message

Regardless of anyone’s political views, to insert a vulgarity as a secret message in a comic that is read by thousands of people is unacceptable.

The Tulsa World will no longer carry Non Sequitur as part of its comics coverage.

Strip - Panel - Non - Sequitur

The comic strip panel “Non Sequitur”...
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