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Escaping Joe Biden

November 29, 2020

“Escapism” is defined as “the tendency to seek distraction and relief from unpleasant realities.”

For me, escapism is more than a tendency during some Presidential Administrations. I escaped Bill Clinton’s lies by resolving never to listen to him speak.

That feeling of a need to escape is returning as I anticipate the Administration of Joe Biden. So yesterday, quite by chance, I viewed a feature film with the Israeli actress, Gail Gadot.

Gadot served two years of compulsory military service in the Israeli Army and learned how to handle sidearms and rifles and the art of man to man combat. She uses those skills in her acting career and they are evident in “Wonder Woman.”

Wonder Woman is escapism in several ways including the political.

Gadot’s character is from an island of Amazon women who in World War I leaves her home island to enter the greater world. There she finds a world torn by war and resolves to end war by killing the god of war, Ares.

The director of Wonder Woman is Patty Jenkins. Jenkins is the daughter of a U.S. Air Force fighter pilot who earned the Silver Star in the Vietnam War and died at age 31 in a mock NATO dogfight.

Wonder Woman (Gail Gadot) discovers that the god of war is a British member of Parliament who is the principal advocate for an armistice.

Wait!  This gets better.

The sequel to Wonder Woman is titled Wonder Woman 1984. The scriptwriters credited for WW 84 are Patty Jenkins,  Geoff Johns and David Callaham.

THIS IS THE ESCAPE THAT I NEED from Joe Biden, his “experts,” The New York Times, Washington Post, MSNBC and CNN!

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