Thank you for the typo spot. I changed friend to adopted sister.

I think the example of the US military is a great example. Should those military leaders be lauded as heroes? It's the same argument. We have given our military and intelligence agencies a lot of power to stop perceived enemies and I don't think that's okay. If anything, it's been used to do a lot of bad I disagree with.

In the same vein, superheroes shouldn't be able to do whatever they want just because the narrative always excuses their actions. The MCU isn't real. It's made up, and we should question a narrative that excuses someones actions to stop a perceived threat.

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Alex Mell-Taylor

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I write about pop culture and politics. Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/opinionsalexhas Write for me: https://medium.com/after-the-storm

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