Marvel Comics’ Fantastic Four Writer Dan Slott: “F*** You” If You Vote For Donald Trump
Marvel Comics' Fantastic Four writer Dan Slott took to Twitter to attack President Donald Trump supporters.
Marvel Comics’ Fantastic Four writer Dan Slott took to Twitter to attack President Donald Trump supporters.
Slott wrote on Twitter, “This administration is NOT on top of this emergency. They’re ignoring or contradicting their OWN experts. People are dying.”
He added, “And he’s golfing at his resort AGAIN and profiting off it.”
Slott then stated, “I’m NOT saying f*** you for voting for him. I AM saying f*** you if you vote for him AGAIN.”
This administration is NOT on top of this emergency.
They’re ignoring or contradicting their OWN experts.
People are dying.
And he’s golfing at his resort AGAIN and profiting off it.
I’m NOT saying f*ck you for voting for him.
I AM saying f*ck you if you vote for him AGAIN.
— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) March 8, 2020
Voice actress Susan Eisenberg, who will be playing Sorceress in the upcoming Masters of the Universe: Revelation series and previously voiced Wonder Woman and Mera, would concur with Slott writing, “And yet people will vote for him again, and nothing it seems will change that. It’s incomprehensible and insane to me!”
And yet people will vote for him again, and nothing it seems will change that. It’s incomprehensible and insane to me! pic.twitter.com/UIh6LRj9Ox
— Susan Eisenberg (@susaneisenberg1) March 8, 2020
Subscribe and get our daily emails and follow us on social media.
By opting in, you agree to receive emails with the latest in Comic Culture from Bounding Into Comics. Your information will not be shared with or sold to 3rd parties.
Slott is no stranger for going after President Donald Trump. Recently he accused the president of putting “children in cages.”
I donated to @ewarren.
I would’ve voted for Warren.
But here’s the thing:
Trump puts children in cages.
Puts his own ego B4 being truthful about the coronavirus vaccine.
Ignores the climate crisis
Self-deals with OUR $
And is shredding our Constitution.
— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) March 5, 2020
He also claims that President Trump is coronavirus’ “best friend.”
The virus’ best friends are Trump, his administration, and his supporters who successfully dismantled and sabotaged all our best resources for clamping down on the virus. Maybe it’s time to listen to the people who care more about stopping the virus than messaging about it.
— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) February 28, 2020
He also accused President Trump and his administration of “ripping off the Star Trek logo.”
DON’T be distracted by the fact that Trump’s administration is ripping off the Star Trek logo.
There are TAPES of Trump plotting with (“I never met him”) Lev Parnas, where Trump tells Parnas to “Take her out” — when talking about Yovanovitch. https://t.co/ZWa4pLqkO4
— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) January 24, 2020
However, even Star Trek’s own website refutes this idea. They explain, “In the Star Trek universe, the delta emblem is a direct descendant of the vector component of the old NASA (and later UESPA) logos in use during Earth’s space programs of the 20th and 21st Centuries.”
And even Michael Okuda, who designed the Starfleet Command logo explains it was inspired by NASA’s emblem, “The Starfleet Command seal was first seen ‘Homefront’ (DS9) and later in ‘In the Flesh’ (VGR), although the agency itself, of course, dates back to the original Star Trek series. The symbol was intended to be somewhat reminiscent of the NASA emblem.”
Slott has also claimed that President Trump has also accused President Trump of announcing to commit war crimes.
.@TwitterSupport, this person is using Twitter to announce that they intend on committing war crimes, things outlawed by the Geneva Convention. This has to be a violation of Twitter’s terms of service. You should ban this account. https://t.co/nArDugzugq
— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) January 5, 2020
Slott would make clear that he believes President Trump’s “tweets were a declartion that he would commit WAR CRIMES.”
…policies would wreck us politically, economically, and make us less safe. This post wasn’t even about the response to what happened to our embassy. It was about Trump crossing a line that no president ever should– his tweets were a declaration that he would commit WAR CRIMES.
— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) January 5, 2020
What do you make of Dan Slott’s comments?