According to The Hill, Debbie Wasserman Schultz called President Trump “a comic book villain” in response to the president’s immigration policy on Friday. Why does the opinion of a former DNC chair who had to resign over the rigging of the 2016 Democratic presidential primary in favor of Hillary have any weight? Honesty is not her strong suit. I think of her, as many Rush fans do, simply as “Blabbermouth.” It reminded me of something, though.
I had e-mailed Tucker Carlson early last month about something funny he said regarding Michael Cohen being a distraction in the Collusion Delusion. He humorously laid out how the president’s detractors had little to show for their efforts, despite the never ending investigations. He joked if Putin only had “something horrible and incriminating on Donald Trump — he must. A picture of the president in a Batman costume maybe, or a videotape with hookers doing something weird.” As funny as I found the thought of Trump in a cartoon costume was, this crystallized something for me. I said:
I think Trump is… Batman. Batman’s secret identity was Bruce Wayne, a wealthy American playboy, philanthropist, and owner of Wayne Enterprises. Trump was known as a wealthy American playboy, philanthropist and owner of the Trump organization. He went around helping all sorts of people for years, but was better known world over for his celebrity status. Now the hero’s out of the closet trying to save the world on a grand scale.
Despite the superhero status, Batman had no superpowers. He relied on his strengths: a genius intellect, vast wealth, intimidation and indomitable will. Sound like someone we know? Trump is like the fictional hero, motivated by a desire for justice. He wants to restore law and order and make things right, you know, make them great again.
Despite insurmountable odds, Batman always wins out, saving Gotham, a city remarkably like Trump’s beloved NYC. A Batman movie character spoke of dying the hero or living long enough to see yourself become the villain. And the world media is treating this formerly popular guy as a villain now.
I suppose that was prescient with regard to what we’re hearing from the insufferable congresswoman. Trump’s the villain in her world, also known as Bizarro World to comic book fans and common sense fans alike. The last thing leftists care about is the average guy. It’s about their all-important “work” or the select victims they hide behind.
Who cares about the multitude of ordinary citizens depicted as dots on the street below where the superheroes fight? I’ll tell you who cares. Donald Trump cares. And that’s why he’s Batman. Maybe he knows this on some level, too, because the other day he tweeted a video some supporter made about him with music from The Dark Knight Rises. Maybe the powers that be also know it, as Warner Bros swiftly had the video pulled for copyright infringement.
The struggle continues…
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