Arizona State Senator Has Twitter Meltdown After Learning Superman’s Son Is Bisexual And In Love

Republican Arizona state Senator Wendy Rogers took to Twitter on Monday to vent her outrage that a fictional comic book character is – BISEXUAL!

In the new Superman comic book series, “Superman: Son of Kal-El,” Jonathan Kent, the son of the famed Man of Steel, is planned to come out as bisexual, and fall for a male reporter named Jay Nakamura, DC Comics revealed on Monday. Jonathan is the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane.

Rogers did not take the news well, writing on Twitter: “Superman loves Louis Lane. Period. Hollywood is trying to make Superman gay and he is not. Just rename the new version Thooperman so we can all know the difference and avoid seeing it.”

“Say no to Woke Thooperman!!!” she said in separate tweet.

Twitter users were quick to point out that in this version of the comic, the new Superman is the son of Lois Lane, and that Rogers’ joke seemed to play on the offensive stereotype of a “gay lisp.” Others noted that saying Superman loves “Louis Lane” makes it seem as though she is saying Superman has been gay for years.

“Hey quick question, who is this ‘Louis Lane’ dude you’re saying Superman’s in love with?” wrote one. “Is he the brother of LOIS Lane? Or are you saying superman CAN be long as they turn Lois into a guy named LOUIS. I’m very confused…”

Keith Olbermann, political and sports commentator, tweeted: “But best of all, the “Superman loves Louis” is a wonderful Freudian slip which explains soooooo much about @WendyRogersAZ”

He later posted a photo of him being blocked by Rogers, with the caption: “Oh wait there’s more from @WendyRogersAZ who was, amazingly, following me until I pointed out her secret interest in Superman loving Louis.”

Other Republicans took time out of their busy schedules to complain about the fictional character’s sexuality. Josh Mandel, a Republican running for a U.S. Senate seat in Ohio, tweeted: “Bisexual comic books for kids. They are literally trying to destroy America.”

Arizona Republican, Josh Barnett, who is running for the U.S. House, asked on Twitter: “Why does Hollywood have to ruin everything?” with a Superman hashtag.