So the new Spider-Man game has come out and for some goddamn reason SJWs have seen fit to complain about something absolutely so trivial, it's mind boggling. So someone complained that Spider-Man, *gasps* is helping the police! Yes you heard that right, someone is fucking angry because Spider-Man is actually helping the NYPD. theconcourse.deadspin.com/they…
How sad, so very sad. SJWs really love to turn anything into a hot political issue. Let's clarify a few things here. 1. Spider-Man has always helped the NYPD for decades! This isn't a new thing, he, along with most super heroes help out the police. Also where was this guy when Arkham Knight was released? You not only help the cops, but you save them. 2. This is a god damn video game, it's not suppose to represent reality, it's a video game based on one of the world's most iconic super heroes, Spider-Man! A symbol of fighting crime, helping people, and being a decent person. You know "With great powers, come great responsibility?" That's Spider-Man! Not Spider-Man the oppressor! Sheesh!
And one very important thing, and it will be spoilery but I'll keep it low on spoilers as possible. Spider-Man is helped by a black police officer during one his missions, and he actually helps him out during a very critical moment when he cannot use his powers during a fight against a bunch of thugs. Geez that's so racist right?!
Look I can understand some of the author's intentions, police brutality against minorities is a real issue that needs to be addressed, as well as our attacks on our privacy rights online. But you don''t tackle this issue head on by bashing a video game that only serves as entertainment! In fact, all you're doing is making these issues look insignificant by becoming a mockery! Do you really want that? Do you really want to minimize the importance of fighting against police brutality by complaining about Spider-Man helping the cops in a video game? I don't think so.
Instead of helping to combat actual issues, all you're doing is hurting it. SJWs will never understand this.