This is a good example of an editorial cartoon that many will see as unfair. When Governor Whitmer used an extraordinary number of line-item vetoes to attempt to force the Republican-dominated legislature back into negotiations on the budget, there were hypocrisies all around.
Democrat leadership has been madly spinning stories one way and Republicans the other. I could have picked on either party. But for the purposes of making the most pointed cartoon, only one party has a member who is the President actively undermining his oath of office, and the other party does not. At least for now.
But you should really never expect even-handedness from any editorial cartoonist. That is not our job, and frankly, being impartial can only lead to milquetoast cartoons. I only draw one cartoon a week, and even though I declare no allegiance to any particular side, readers have their own thoughts about that (as well they should.)
The solution? You should be reading more editorial cartoons! Get a variety from several cartoonists. There are plenty of places to find more, but if you're looking for convenience, there is a new email newsletter called Counterpoint. (Search for Counterpoint Cartoons.) You can sign up to get several of the very best sent to your inbox a couple times a week. And it's purposely designed to provide a mix of political leanings and ideologies.