Daily Wire Announces They Are Making Their Own 'Black Panther' Starring Ben Shapiro
Entertainment · Sep 14, 2022 · BabylonBee.com

NASHVILLE, TN — The Daily Wire has announced that in response to Disney's continued race-swapping in movies that they will now be returning the favor and making their own race-swapped Disney movies. Now they are officially making their own version of Black Panther starring Ben Shapiro.

"Wakanda forever, gang," said Ben Shapiro in his new role as King T'Challa. "Let's say, hypothetically speaking of course, that if a man indeed could become both a panther who is black as well as a lawfully decided King of Wakanda — then essentially that would be me, folks. It's really not that hard."

The Daily Wire explained that if it's now okay and doesn't matter that Ariel in 'The Little Mermaid' is black then it shouldn't be any different for a white man to be Black Panther. According to sources, the movie will feature other race swaps as well such as for the villain Killmonger. Formerly played by Michael B. Jordan he will now be played by Daily Wire host Michael J. Knowles.

"I'm not particularly amused by these persistent and pervasive attacks from this alleged 'Kill-Monger' and his continued attempt to undermine my throne and kingdom, okay gang?" continued Ben Shapiro as Black Panther. "How'd this dolt even get IN Wakanda? Much less why should we suffer to listen to what he has to say? You would require significantly better, much more sophisticated villains to defeat me. That's why you should use code 'PANTHER' that's P-A-N-T-H-E-R today with ZipRecruiter.com and maybe then you might hire someone who could actually challenge my throne."

The film has been met with heavy criticism and backlash, but this has not stopped the Daily Wire team from moving forward. They promise that for every race-swapped diversity hire in Hollywood that they will now greenlight 2 more Black Panther sequels starring Ben.

At publishing time, The Daily Wire announced that they are responding to Hollywood gender swaps by remaking 'The Little Mermaid' starring their CEO Jeremy Boreing as Ariel.


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