Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Director Supports ANTIFA, Attacks Critics

Marvel sure knows how to pick them…

As first reported by Bounding Into Comics, Sony’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Rise of the Guardians director Peter Ramsey made it pretty clear he supports Antifa, the violent Neo-Communist domestic terror group who justifies their violence as fighting ‘fascism’.

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Ramsey wasn’t done, he then proceeded to attack a poster who was critical of Incredibles 2 for its mild language in a kids film.

So to recap, not only are ANTIFA the good guys because there are Nazis out there and their only agenda is to fight Nazis, nothing else…but criticism is also the equivalent to harassment and bitching. Peter Ramsey’s Twitter is full of much more wonderful takes as his Sony animated movie is set for release December 14, 2018.

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4 thoughts on “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Director Supports ANTIFA, Attacks Critics

  1. Calling out someone out is one thing. Wanting to silence someone or start accusing is another. That’s what he’s doing. The Incredibles 2 comment confused me the most. He told him to just not go see it, but how is he supposed to know mild language is in a film like this without seeing it for himself? His critical thinking makes no sense.

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