Comic Creators Hit with Cease and Desist for Depicting AOC as Wonder Woman
I don't have to tell you how Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is seen as a goddess by lefty soy weaklings. If you're needing proof, you need only listen to the tale of these comic creators. They made an AOC comic book portraying Alopecia Ornithological-Convex as Wonder Woman. The only problem is they never bothered to check with DC Comics to see if it was cool. Oops:
DC sent a cease and desist letter recently regarding a depiction of freshman Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Devils Due Comics produced "Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez & The Freedom Force: New Party, Who Dis?" and with that publication, the first in a series the publisher said, produced a number of variant covers. And a picture of the congresswoman as Wonder Woman, draped in the flag, in a classic pose. They also have a Bernie Sanders comic. He's He-Man on that cover.
AOC is the leader of "The Freedom Force?" The most freedom-centric politician is the one who wants to put the kibosh on Big Macs?
It's not surprising to find out leftists would be favor of jacking other people's intellectual property. After all, lefties seem to believe everything belongs to them. "Copyright schmopyright. We own the means of comic (re)production. Permission not required." Except no.
I sure hope the creators weren't intent on making a profit. After all, making paper would render the them capitalists. Greedy piglets with a singular focus on the almighty dollar. They wouldn't want that now, would they.
If any female is a political Wonder Woman, it's most certainly not the one who can't even name the three "chambers" of government. Hopefully, those creators will be careful from now on. Otherwise, they're gonna learn about intellectual property theft the hard way.
Speaking of AOC: