First Lady Jill Biden is getting her own biographical comic book in April as part of the “female force” series that also includes other powerful and influential women such as Michelle Obama, Kamala Harris, Nancy Pelosi, and Mother Teresa.
“Female Force: Jill Biden” will come with a matching coloring book. It will be 22 pages in length and will focus on her accomplishments throughout her life including her time with Biden when he was vice president for former President Barack Obama. The TidalWave Comics are allegedly intended to “inspire” women.
Jill Biden is 69 and is hailed by the left as an accomplished author and educator. She is a staunch supporter of women’s rights, education, community colleges, and she is an advocate for military families.
Comic books highlighting superheroes and individuals that accomplished great things were used as propaganda in World War II. These comic books appear to favor a form of political propaganda that focuses on women.
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TidalWave Productions seems to feature primarily leftist women as heroines, however, they have included some notable exceptions such as Dolly Parton.
Other women featured in the comic series include Betty White, Cher, Barbara Walters, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. In what many see as a blatantly political move, former First Lady Melania Trump was snubbed by the comic book creators.
“We believe that it is important for readers to have inspiring role models, to learn about extraordinary individuals that have overcome challenges to make a difference in the world,” TidalWave Comics declared in a released statement.
First lady Jill Biden is getting her own biographical comic book, joining the likes of Vice President Kamala Harris, nun Mother Teresa and country star Dolly Parton in TidalWave Comics 'Female Force' series https://t.co/tTPP8Ol0Iw pic.twitter.com/odRHZXp8Kp
— Reuters (@Reuters) March 31, 2021
The adulation and iconic worship on the left are also spreading to individuals such as Dr. Fauci. Simon & Schuster, who recently dropped a book by conservative Sen. Josh Hawley, has announced that Fauci will be the subject of a pending children’s picture book that will paint him as a hero for his handling of the pandemic.
The book is called: “Dr. Fauci: How a Boy from Brooklyn Became America’s Doctor” and will be released on June 29. It’s aimed at children between the ages of 4 and 8.
Amazon sports a gushing summation of the book: “His father and immigrant grandfather taught Anthony to ask questions. Consider all the data, and never give up – and Anthony’s ability to stay curious and to communicate with people would serve him his entire life.”
It's cover reveal day for DR. FAUCI: HOW A BOY FROM BROOKLYN BECAME AMERICA'S DOCTOR!
I'm so excited to share Alexandra Bye's amazing cover art for our picture book biography – out 6/29 from @SimonKIDS.
— katemessner (@KateMessner) March 21, 2021
Fauci allegedly did not endorse the book. Author Kate Messner claims she wrote the book in the “hope of inspiring children to be like the doctor who has become the American authority of the coronavirus pandemic.”
“Before Tony Fauci was America’s doctor, he was a kid with a million questions, about everything from the tropical fish in his bedroom to the things he was taught in Sunday school,” Messner propagandistically explained to CNN.
“I’m really hopeful that curious kids who read this book – those we’re counting on to solve tomorrow’s scientific challenges – will see themselves in the pages of Dr. Fauci’s story and set their goals just as high,” she bloviated.
The left has controlled the cultural narrative for many years in the United States. Portraying leftist heroes in art and media is nothing new and has been set in motion to promote the Biden administration and Democrats using cultural warfare just as it was ostensibly done under Obama. That’s something that was not present in the Trump administration.
Twitter users were not impressed with Jill Biden’s promotion to super-hero status:
OMG liberals are so cringe, they way they treat liberal women is so condescending and ridiculous, as if a non elected wife of a an elected official has done anything except gain attention through what her husband did
— The “Duke” of Investors (@Pinkys_Brain) March 31, 2021
This is sickening.
— Vince (@vjl87) March 31, 2021
In the 50s people said #ComicBooks rot the mind, undermine society & cause juvenile delinquency—here's evidence that's true. TidalWave Comics releases "Female Force: #JillBiden." I don't think #joebiden can read it but susceptible weak minds will buy it. https://t.co/oVwBENr1OV
— Mark Vallen (@mark_vallen) March 30, 2021
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