With Joker set to debut in movie theaters nationwide one week from today, hysteria driven by the far-left has caused a panic over the movie and its supposed glorification of terrorist violence.
“As Hannah Arendt saw banality in the supposed evil of the Nazi Adolf Eichmann, I see in Joker an attempt to elevate nerdy revenge to the plane of myth. That’s scary on a lot of different levels,” wrote movie critic David Edelstein in Vulture about Joker.
“In America, there’s a mass shooting or attempted act of violence by a guy like Arthur practically every other week. And yet we’re supposed to feel some sympathy for Arthur, the troubled lamb; he just hasn’t had enough love,” wrote film critic Stephanie Zacharek for Time Magazine.
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