Captain America has transformed into a gay superhero. Marvel Comics is celebrating its 80th anniversary with a “new hero” after a long history of heterosexual role models.
“Aaron Fischer,” the newest champion, is making his appearance on June 2, the publishing company stated in a press release. Fischer will be featured in a new limited series entitled “The United States of Captain America.”
“Pride Month” is being honored via Fischer’s debut. Co-written by Jushua Trujillo and displaying Jan Bazaldua’s artwork (herself a trans woman,) millions in this nation will fall for this deception.
“Aaron is inspired by heroes of the queer community: activists, leaders, and everyday folks pushing for a better life,” according to Trujillo. “He stands for the oppressed and the forgotten.”
“Aaron helps those who walk alone in the street with problems that they face every day. Fischer, the “fearless teen who stepped up to protect fellow runaways and the unhoused,” was described by Marvel in a press release as its “new LGBTQ+ hero.”
But unlike the “Captain America’s” of the past (who were strong hero stereotypes fighting evil ), here we have a broken gay boy trying to help lead and guide other sexually fractured people embedded in the world of LGBTQ. Calling “Aaron Fischer fearless and protective” when he himself is lost and broken doesn’t resonate well.
It would be hard to imagine Tim Tebow (another strong hero figure) racing around the streets as a gay/transexual trying to save the day. It just doesn’t work that way.
“The Southerner,” wrote an article about what real “Captains” are:
Team Captains serve as Leaders and Role Models
Westrich said a captain’s job is to “keep people in line,” show up to practice every day, dedication, and have a positive attitude. “You can’t just say I’m not feeling practice today,” he said.
Scott Zosel, the new baseball coach, said that the captains’ responsibilities would be to make sure “the bench area is clean, the field is raked, all equipment is picked up and accounted for,” in addition to being a good role model for younger players.
Zosel also said that he would look for a captain that is “not afraid to enforce standards, someone who doesn’t care what other kids think, someone who will do what’s right for his team even if other kids think he or she is a goody-goody. A captain is someone who understands that leadership means not being very popular sometimes.”
Although this article is speaking of captains within the sports world, the concept is still the same. Captains are leaders who do what’s right for the team, who don’t care what other kids think, WHO ENFORCES STANDARDS, and leadership means not being very popular at times.
This is NOT the type of Captain that “Aaron Fischer” portrays. Come June 2, Fischer will be out in the media everywhere, and siding with homeless, street transexuals, not calling them to a higher standard is what TRUE CAPTAINS do. There is nothing “goody-goody” about Marvel’s “newest hero,” Aaron Fischer. He is a lost, sinful, wandering, deviant, and despicable role model promoting sodomy. This fictitious character shouldn’t be praised or leading anybody. And America’s children in the LGBTQ world will idolize him as though he were God because they so desperately are looking for acceptance from anyone, anywhere.
May the children of this country look up to real role models and not be deceived by Sodom and Gomorrah’s comic culture.