The creator of the popular comic strip Dilbert, Scott Adams, says he’s throwing his support behind Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden to ensure his personal safety.
“Today I announce my endorsement of Joe Biden for President of the United States in order to protect myself from racist Democrats,’ the lecturer and author wrote on Twitter Tuesday.
“So I am going to fully endorse Joe Biden… I don’t expect this will have any influence on anybody’s votes,” Adams stated, noting he does not vote, or identify as a member of any political party.
“But if it makes me safer, during this violent revolution that we seem to be seeing here, I endorse Joe Biden.”
The “violent revolution” mentioned likely refers to the recent riots in major cities across America, where Antifa agitators and communist provocateurs in coordination with violent Black Lives Matter protesters looted and burned businesses in the name of social justice.
As police in Gilroy, California, processed the crime scene at a mass shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival on Sunday that left three people dead, Dilbert comic strip creator Scott Adams decided to make some money off the tragedy.
In a message to his more than 300,000 Twitter followers, Adams urged any Gilroy shooting witnesses to make an account on an app he co-founded that allows experts to make money by discussing issues over video calls. By signing up for the app, “Interface by WhenHub,” Adams claimed, witnesses could “set your price” and make money by selling interviews about the mass murder, while Adams’ company took a 20 percent cut.
“If you were a witness to the #GilroyGarlicFestivalshooting please sign on to Interface by WhenHub (free app) and you can set your price to take calls,” Adams tweeted. “Use keyword Gilroy.”
Fox News invited Scott Adams, creator of the Dilbert comic strip series, to break down the latest Time Magazine cover.
Time unveiled their latest cover on Friday showing President Trump drowning inside the Oval Office, a reference to the multitude of fake news scandals facing his presidency.
Appearing on Fox & Friends Friday, Adams explained how he applies his “Bigfoot test” to fake news in order to determine its veracity.
“You notice we’re in two different realities now. In one reality, the President keeps violating all these things which are not actual laws,” Adams notes, going on to list issues Trump haters are mad about, including alleged Russia collusion, obstruction, the Trump tower meeting and payments to porn star Stormy Daniels.