In this cartoon by R.J. Matson, the editorial cartoonist with Roll Call, US presidential candidate Donald Trump is portrayed as Cupid, "the god of desire, erotic love, attraction and affection" in classical mythology. Cupid traditionally carries two kinds of arrows, one with a sharp golden point, and the other with a blunt tip of lead. A person wounded by the golden arrow is filled with uncontrollable desire. In the cartoon, Trump/Cupid is shooting an arrow with a heart-shaped tip. The other Republican nomination contenders look on in dismay, their bows and arrows broken. The caption reads "I could actually shoot somebody and they would still love me!"
Believe it or not, Trump actually said those words, or something very similar. His actual words were, "The polls ... they say I have the most loyal people, where I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue (points hand like a gun), and shoot somebody and I wouldn't lose any voters. OK. It's like incredible" (laughter in audience). You can see the video here. So the cartoonist cleverly reworks Trumps outrageous quote to make it more appropriate to Valentine's Day. You can find more Valentine-themed political cartoons at The Cagle Post.
The cartoon provides a good example of the use of the second conditional to describe an unreal or hypothetical situation. Although with Trump you never know!
'Actually' is a false friend for French speakers. Here it means 'really', not 'now' or 'at present'.
• Donald Trump: 'I Could ... Shoot Somebody' (NPR)
• Donald Trump: They say I could ‘shoot somebody’ and still have support (Washington Post)