This cartoon by Bob Englehart from the Hartford Courant relates to the killing of Walter Scott, a black man who was fatally shot in the back while running away from a police officer in South Carolina last week. The shooting is the latest in a long series of incidents involving the death of unarmed black men at the hands of American police. Read more >>
The first panel of the cartoon shows US Secretary of State John Kerry making a plea for a cease fire. We can imagine he's talking about some a war somewhere in the world (Syria or Ukraine, for example). However, the second panel shows him sitting between a Law Enforcement official and a member of the black community, so we realize he's actually talking about the situation in America.
'Got it?' is an informal expression used when you want to check that someone has understood what you have told them, and is short for 'Have you got it?', i.e., 'Have you understood what I said?'
See The Cagle Post for more cartoons on this topic.