Burr sort of fits, sort of doesn't. He's a comedy man first, and his association with Opie and Anthony, Patrice O'Neal, and Dave Chapelle makes it hard to really call him right wing.
Mike Judge is not right wing but King of the Hill is right wing, I uh, I guess. You could just make an argument that King of the Hill is a story that looks sympathetically at the plight of a white middle class patriarch in a semi-rural, semi-suburban setting, and doesn't pull punches about the weird and uncomfortable interactions one might have, either with race, or with carpet baggers who couldn't hack it on the east coast coming in and thinking Hank hill is literally just a dumb redneck.
It's like a gag that Peggy tries to be overtly more open minded and embracing of differences, but actually more of a true bigot, while Hank might not truly get a culture, but he'll have a complete read on an individual.
Making a right wing cartoon seems to me like you might need some reactionary elements. Now don't get me wrong, I watched True Detective, and with the amount of people who love when Rust tells the woman who was abused but killed her children to kill herself for being an irresponsible and insane slut there is a market for a serious reactionary that utterly mocks clown world, but I don't think the hypothetical "ideal right wing action cartoon that can never be" would be like that.