As a cheeky joke, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta is offering flights to the fictional nation of Wakanda, the home of the Marvel character "Black Panther."

"The bags are packed #WakandaForever," read the official airport Twitter account.

Ryan Coogler's "Black Panther" debuted to a record-breaking $242 million at the Presidents Day box office, surpassing last year's mediocre "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" ($241.6 million).

The film has become a phenomenon. From the outset, the identity-politics mongering Left has been using the film as a divisive tool in contrast to the film's unifying theme. While conservatives have both praised the film (myself included) or derided it as a piece of leftist propaganda, the movie has its haters on the Left.

Surprise, surprise, black racialists hate "Black Panther":