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Tuesday, September 28, 2021 

Tidal Wave is sadly giving Jimmy Carter a bio-comic

WSB-TV2 in Atlanta announced the Tidal Wave company is producing a comic biography starring one of the worst presidents of the USA, whose term of office only lasted 4 years, as he did badly enough that the populace chose to elect Ronald Reagan instead:
While he won’t be getting any superpowers, former President Jimmy Carter is the star of a new comic book set to release just days before his 97th birthday. [...]

The publishing company says Carter is a welcome addition to the series because he is the hardest working former President of the United States.

“Few presidents enjoy positive press after their terms are over, but Jimmy Carter’s post-presidential life has been one of unwavering service and dedication to the country he loves. His charitable contributions prove he is a true servant-leader in every sense of the term,” said writer Michael Frizell.
That they'd describe Carter as the "hardest working" POTUS is a strong hint this is bound to be one of the most dishonest biographies ever developed. Carter was responsible for the ayatollah Khomeini's takeover of Iran in 1979, went to a meeting with a Hamas leader in Syria, and even today, America, along with Israel, are still paying a heavy price for the severe damage Carter caused as a result of his policies, both during and after his presidency. Something this new comic from Tidal Wave may not say a word about, or will gloss over in the worst ways possible, if estimations are correct.

So what good is a publisher like them, if they're not interested in developing straightforward biographies in illustrated format, and their main spotlights are on leftist representatives? I just don't see what the point is of this company bothering to produce the biography comics they are.

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