#Joker #JokerMovie – No matter how you feel about the movie’s protagonist, the one thing Joker is not is a Trump voter. He’s a leftist: a self-pitying victim; a hater of the rich; a man who takes no responsibility for his own actions but instead blames the unfairness of society. In fact, all in all, the movie is a thoroughly justifiable satire of leftist talking points. Hope you love these I hate people Joker shirt.
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It is not — like the excellent Dark Knight trilogy — a philosophical kick in the groin to leftism in general. But it does hold the mirror up to leftist culture — and the image in the glass is not pretty. The Gotham of the movie is late 1970’s New York, a toilet of pornography and violence. I lived there. I remember it. It was, like today’s crap-strewn and disintegrating San Francisco, a city the left made. A city that put the tender loving care of criminals above the safety of decent citizens.
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The movie does depict the rich as insensitive louts. If anyone can be said to represent Donald Trump in the film, it’s millionaire Thomas Wayne, Batman’s father. But the people’s inchoate rage and hatred against the wealthy literally turn them into a mob of clowns. And if “mob of clowns” is not a metaphor for today’s left, I don’t know what is. No wonder the leftist critics feared this film. It’s a reminder of who leftists are and what they do when you give them power. You can watch it and know everything you need to know about them — and it’s cheaper and safer than a trip to San Francisco.