It wasn’t enough to kill Captain America, now they want to kill Superman too.

Deadline Hollywood confirmed earlier today that author Ta-Nehisi Coates is writing a Superman reboot feature for Warner Bros and DC, which J.J. Abrams is producing under his Bad Robot label.

Ta-Nehisi Coates is an anti-American racist who holds a disdain for American values and white people, but he gets a pass from progressives by disguising his hatred as “criticism of white supremacy”.

Some of Coates’s greatest hits over the years has includes calling 9/11 first responders who died in the act of saving lives during the worst terrorist attack in US history “Not human” for their playing a part in the oppressive system.

He’s referred to “White America” as a “syndicate” designed to “dominate and control our bodies.”

Coates wrote a piece for The Atlantic back in 2018 titled “I’m not black, I’m Kanye” where he attacked rapper Kayne West for supporting then President Trump and went as far as to say that not only is Kanye “not black” but not being a progressive means that he wants “White Freedom”.

Oh there’s more…

When Coates wrote the Captain America comic book a year later, he had Steve Rogers, the symbol of American Patriotism, denounce the United States of America because the President of the United States was a Russian Agent…this is who Warner Bros has hired to write it’s next Superman blockbuster film.

We live in a world now where people like Gina Carano can get fired because she dared challenge the notion that the LGBT community are the biggest group of victims since the Jews of the 1940s. However, people like Ta-Nehisi Coates can be as racist and un-American as they please because Coates knows that he can always fall back on his race and play the “victim of white supremacy” card if anyone ever calls him on his bullshit.

Make no mistake, Warnermedia hates you just as much as Disney does and they are about to prove it to you in real time.

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