"Dilbert" creator Scott Adams: No terrorist attack before Election Day "means ISIS prefers Clinton"

Who's the one rooting for a terrorist attack?

Published October 26, 2016 12:16PM (EDT)

Scott Adams (Credit: Fox News)
Scott Adams (Credit: Fox News)

In order to demonstrate how nasty Democrats are, cartoonist Scott Adams — creator of Dilbert and a proficient blogger — on Tuesday baited his thousands of Twitter hate-followers to attack him personally.

For anyone who doesn't know what shitposting is:

Adams, like Martin Shkreli, is a fringe troll made famous for something only marginally related to politics. As such, it's best not to engage him. At least a dozen people found that out:

(Adams referred to a number of his critics as "bullies." This refers to his Tuesday morning blog post, "The Bully Party," in which he argues, the "common trait [that] binds Clinton supporters together . . . is a willingness to bully in all its forms.")

Adams became an ardent Donald Trump supporter after initially endorsing Hillary Clinton. (Though he later admitted to endorsing the Democratic presidential nominee in fear of being assassinated under a Clinton administration.)

In a blog post on Friday, Adams promised, "If Trump gets elected, and he does anything that looks even slightly Hitler-ish in office, I will join the resistance movement and help kill him."

"That’s an easy promise to make," he added, "and I hope my fellow citizens would use their Second Amendment rights to rise up and help me kill any Hitler-type person who rose to the top job in this country, no matter who it is."


By Brendan Gauthier

Brendan Gauthier is a freelance writer.

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