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News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee:

 

GOTHAM CITY—Billionaire Bruce Wayne has come under fire for the way he dresses up as a bat and beats up alleged criminals. Many refer to his activity as “punching down” since the people he attacks tend to be citizens in the lower class.

“Bruce Wayne is a white male with billions of dollars,” said Gotham activist Pamela Isley. “He is one of the most privileged people in existence. And who is he attacking? People below the poverty line he says are ‘muggers.’ And he also often punches mentally ill clowns. The sickest thing is that he seems to think we should praise him for this.”

Isley then went on to say that, if anything, Wayne should be the one who is punched for having such an unequal amount of wealth in Gotham and that the only time he ever punched up was the time he fought Superman.

Wayne made one public statement while in the guise of Batman, saying in a gravelly voice, “I don’t need anyone to thank me, but all those who would prey on the good citizens of Gotham should fear me. I am vengeance. I am the night. I am… Batman! And if you pass a wealth tax, I’m moving.”

Go here to read the rest.  Batman has of course been a Republican from way back:

 

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4 Comments

  1. So the Batman has the most to fear from the super villain known as Hyper-Inflation Man? Because his superpowers cancel out Batman’s?

  2. If Howard Zinn can rewrite history, then, so can Batman.
    “Have no fear. Batman, Batman, Batman is here” Stan Lee’s superheroes were all based on Samson of the Bible.

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