3 political tweets by Brian Bendis
The “president“ absolutely did comment on the jewish community threats. He told the person asking to shut up & sit down. He did it on TV.— BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS (@BRIANMBENDIS) February 21, 2017
I'm sorry to say, but he's taking this all out of context, as even the reporter, whom he doesn't even describe clearly, was dismayed that his rather awkward questioning for Donald Trump was distorted by all the usual suspects on the left. Jake Turx, the reporter in question, came to Trump's defense afterwards, and said:
On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Jake Turx, White House Correspondent for Jewish news magazine Ami Magazine, who got into a tense exchange with President Trump at his press conference earlier in the day over an increase anti-Semitic incidents, stated that “we understand why this is so hurtful for him, to see himself being called an anti-Semite,” and that charges of anti-Semitism against Trump are “very unfair,” “And I am with him when it comes to being outraged about him being charged with this anti-Semitism.”Even Mediaite, a leftist-owned site, confirmed Turx is siding with Trump and doesn't think he intended any wrongdoing. Which must dismay Bendis a lot now, I'm betting.
Turx said that he had a prior “relationship” with Trump through covering him as a correspondent.
shit, if i knew the last trump tweet was going to go viral i would have plugged my books :)— BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS (@BRIANMBENDIS) February 21, 2017
Does that include Avengers: Disassembled, with all its mistreatment of Scarlet Witch, and his X-Men work, which was pretty condescending to the female cast too?
At least 3 hall of fame jokes @sethmeyers Trump Attacks the Press, Gets Mocked by Sweden: A Closer Look https://t.co/GGNrdSWC3J— BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS (@BRIANMBENDIS) February 21, 2017
Oh, insulting Sweden, is he? He can't even be bothered to connect the dots, and ignores that over a month ago, there was a form of attack in the guise of fireworks during New Year's Eve in Malmo. That's pretty much what Trump was talking about. The country's also experienced rape gangs. And this past week, riots broke out again. Yet Bendis has the gall to belittle the subject, which is shameful. Whatever anybody in Sweden thinks of these horrors, he's done a terrible disfavor to all who've been affected.
Bendis already proved himself left-wing enough when he took part in writing the first Civil War crossover in 2006. He hasn't changed a bit, and one can only wonder if he's got any plans to attack Trump in his own books for as long as he'll remain at Marvel.