Vanilla World of Warcraft team lead Mark Kern recently put together a list about how Democrats can beat President Donald Trump and the Republicans moving forward. Shortly after he posted the list he reported hundreds of people contacted Blizzard in order to get him either fired or get his game account banned. Kern squarely points to the fact people were trying to get him fired because of politics.

That’s when Sony’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Rise of the Guardians director Peter Ramsey made it pretty clear he supports Antifa.

He would go on to call Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, and Steve Miller white supremacists.

He then went on to imply his support for Antifa.

Fans quickly let him know they wouldn’t be watching his movie while others lamented Marvel hiring people like Peter Ramsey.

After a number of fans began to disagree with Ramsey, he began to troll them.

In fact, he joined the likes of EA Sports’ Battlefield executives in telling fans to go watch something else. He is actively telling potential consumers not to buy a Sony and Marvel product.

He would go on to claim he’s being harassed when people disagreed with him and vocalized that disagreement.

Ramsey’s opinion of Antifa is wildly wrong and he seems to be willfully approving of their behavior, which has long been documented as violent. The Daily Wire put together a list of violent activities committed in the name of Antifa including riots during President Donald Trump’s Inauguration Day which included Antifa members destroying storefronts, bus stops, and even torching a limousine. They also attacked police and injured six officers.

Former professor and antifa member Eric Clanton was arrested for three counts of suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon in the now infamous bike lock attack where he bashed a pro-Trump rally attendee over the head with a U-shaped bicycle lock in Berkeley, California.

In fact, Antifa’s violent attacks and their behavior are labeled as “domestic terrorist violence” by the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security in “interviews and confidential law enforcement documents obtained by Politico.”

Will his support of Antifa affect whether you will see Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse?

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John F. Trent

John is the Editor here at Bounding Into Comics. He is a massive Washington Capitals fan, lover of history, and likes to dabble in economics and philosophy.

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