CNN — Newspapers across the country dropped the “Dilbert” comic strip over the weekend after the creator of the satirical cartoon went on a racist tirade, calling Black Americans a “hate group” and suggesting that White people should “get the hell away” from them.
Now, here's the segment that got Scott Adams cancelled:
AND THEN THERE'S THIS:
If the outcome of the poll had been 47% whites believing it was not "ok" to be black, the wokes would be screaming "racist!!" in the opposite direction.
Adams has a fine sense of satire, and I suspect he knew he could either kiss woke butt or use his skill to expose woke hypocrisy. Hope he has enough drop-dead money to assure him a comfortable retirement, and many thanks to him for those years of chuckles at Dilbert.
I would like to know how these questions were phased.
If it is true that 47% of black people think there is something wrong with being white, then fuck those 47%.
But again, I am suspicious.
Scott Adams sense of satire was demonstrated here when he declared, I identify as being black because i want to be on the winning side.
Frankly, i see this in my kids, when they tell people they are Asian rather than white.
But they do it without satire. They are just followers of wokism.
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