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Black Superman Is Cultural Marxism At Its Worst

The current Superman is getting canned, and rumor has it he will be replaced with a minority

The current Superman, Henry Cavill, has brought the franchise back to life decades after it lost relevance on the silver screen. His ripped physique, his all-American good looks, and sculpted jaw line have made the Man of Steel great again.

So naturally, the (alleged) Marxist pedophiles of Hollywood are pushing him out of his position and currently considering his possible replacements. Who is the front runner right now? Why, it’s a person of color, of course! Goodbye Smallville, Hello Wakanda!

“We have a great relationship and great respect for Henry Cavill that continues to remain unchanged. Additionally we have made no current decisions regarding any upcoming Superman films,” said a Warner Bros. spokesman playing dumb to the public.

Maxim reports that Michael B. Johnson, best known for starring in the movie Creed as a violent fighter, is being strongly considered to supplant Cavill as Superman.

But that’s not all. The social justice AIDS is fully penetrating the movie franchises related to DC comics. The next focus is Supergirl, a movie sure to feature every ‘girl power’ trope that has nauseated patriotic masculine audiences for decades. They are also working on Birds of Prey about a clique of girl anti-heroes who show their male oppressors who’s boss.

According to Deadline, DC is making these changes because they have produced “too many films that have been leaden, dark, and not that fun.” Yeah, what else brings fun to a situation like adding a bunch of chicks to the mix?

As usual, the gynocentric push to feminize everything is destroying timeless American icons. If Superman goes black, what’s next? Gay Batman? Trap Wonder Woman? Aquaman joining a synchronized swim team? It is past time to draw a line in the sand and say enough is enough to this toxic Cultural Marxism.

Written by Joshua Finkelberg

Joshua Finkelberg is a contributor for The Schpiel.

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