A few days ago Scott Adams channeled the truth straight from the ether during a livestream.
So if nearly half of all Blacks are not okay with White People, not according to me but according to this poll, that’s a hate group. That’s a hate group, and I don’t want anything to do with them.
He’s speaking in reference to a recent Rasmussen poll. Here is the spin that servatives are putting on it.
In the latest Rasmussen Reports survey shared with Secrets, 72% agreed with the statement, “It’s OK to be white.” Even a majority of black people, 53%, agreed.
Which of course means that 47% of DeQueerus’ either explicitly disagree or refuse to confirm that it is indeed okay to be White. Washington Examiner refuses to say which it is, and all of the sites that I looked at similarly refused. Scott Adams gives us the numbers, albeit in a part that is not captured in our video above.
He said the poll revealed that 26% of black respondents said it’s “not OK to be white” and 21% said, “They weren’t sure.”
Amazing how these servatives constantly whine about the “bigotry of low expectations,” when doing their Dems R Real Wacists routine. Then they go out and do apologia for 47% of Da Blax refusing to agree with the statement “it’s okay to be White.”
Back to Scott Adams.
And I don’t want to have anything to do with them. And I would say, you know based on the current way things are going, the best advice I would give to White People is to get the hell away from Black People.
Just get the fuck away.
Wherever you have to go, just get the hell away, cause there’s no fixing this.
This can’t be fixed. Alright this can’t be fixed. You just have to escape.
So that’s what I did. I went to a neighbourhood with very low Black population.
If you’re wondering where all these pictures come from, it’s not his video of course. 4Chan got a hold of this and started making edits with Scott Adams’ expressions overlaid with images of Shaquan being Shaquan. Some of these are enraging.
This above image is real. Isaiah Jackson did this while out on parole. He got sentenced to three years of community control probation.
Others are just funny.
And of course many are informative.
And I’m also really sick of seeing video after video of Blax Americans beating up non-Black citizens.
I’m, you know I realize it’s anecdotal, and it doesn’t give the uh full picture of what’s happening.
But every damn day I look on social media and there’s some black person beating the shit out of some White Person.
I’m kind of over it. I’m over it.
What’s he moved on to?
Predictably, bald Jesus was put on the cross for our sins.
Hundreds of publications in the USA Today network, along with papers under the Advance Local umbrella, The Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times — among others — said they were dropping the strip in the wake of creator Scott Adams’ latest incendiary comments, made in a Wednesday livestream.
USA Today, which is owned by Gannett, called Adams’ comments “discriminatory” in a statement posted to social media Friday. The San Antonio Express-News called them “hateful.” The Washington Post announced Saturday that the cartoon would no longer run in its editions.
“This is not a difficult decision,” wrote Chris Quinn, editor ofThe Plain Dealer.
John Hiner, editor of MLive.com, which serves the mid-Michigan area, refused to even link out to the video of Adams’ latest comments.
“If you are curious enough to subject yourself to that garbage, I’m sure your search engine or social media will guide you to it,” Hiner wrote.
I’m not taking this out of context, these are the best people that Huffington Post could find to whine publicly about Scott Adams. But of course, the less ridiculous people don’t need to come out and publicly whine. They can just remove Adams’ cartoon, Dilbert, from their paper and stop paying him.
Scott Adams the man is interesting in that he isn’t a partisan Republican shill. But Scott Adams the meme…
I think it’s going places.
Honestly, the sky is the limit.