The self-proclaimed Alt-Right group Down With Disney's Treatment of Franchises and its Fanboys is back after having their account taken down for planning to sabotage the reviews of Black Panther back in February. However, the group has returned and promises to bring down the review scores of Avengers: Infinity War and Solo: A Star Wars Story. The group was pretty successful in their sabotage of The Last Jedi in December of 2017, but their attempts weren't as successful with their crybaby Black Panther campaign.

At the height of the Down With Disney's Treatment of Franchises and its Fanboys group on Facebook, they had over 5,000 members who believe the liberal media is behind the bad reviews that the DCEU receives and the alleged glowing reviews that Disney films receive. The anonymous leader of the group believes that it's time to rise again and take down the review scores of Solo and Infinity War, noting that the liberal media has conditioned the country into blindly taking what Disney gives out. It should be noted that the page has nowhere near the followers that it had back in February. Part of the new statement reads.

"I will still fight for balance and for Disney to crawl back to the hole it came from and to ensure that my friends and like-minded compatriots who love the DCEU/Zack Snyder and the Star Wars EU who want Legends canon to continue will have their victory. Now I may not have the same kind of sway like I used to, I mean getting that 5000 odd folk to rally against Black Panther was no easy feat and maybe Rotten Tomatoes has a contingency plan and is afraid of us DCEU/Zack Snyder fans but I can still spoil all those silly Disney movies for all of the sheep still out there."

As previously mentioned, Down With Disney's Treatment of Franchises and its Fanboys was able to do some damage to the scores of The Last Jedi on Rotten Tomatoes. The popular review site took some action before Black Panther hit theaters, which the leader of the Alt-Right group mentioned in his statement. But, the anonymous leader of the group claims that they were still able to bring down the score of Black Panther from a 90 percent on IMDb to a 79 percent.

Now that the Down With Disney's Treatment of Franchises and its Fanboys are waking up again, more news outlets are picking up on the story and they likely will not be able to make a dent in the massive box office earnings that Infinity War is expected to bring in. Solo is also expected to bring in a decent haul, but the more people that are aware of this plan to sabotage, the more that people will realize that many reviews are bogus. Infinity War and Solo will still rule the box office this summer, so never mind the fake news. You can read the full statement from the Down With Disney's Treatment of Franchises and its Fanboys leader below, thanks to Facebook.

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