Last Updated on February 27, 2023
The “Dilbert” comic strip has been canceled by a woke outrage mob and the syndicator behind its widespread distribution in the wake of comic creator Scott Adams’ defense of white people’s right to exist and his call for an end to all forms of racism.
“Dilbert,” the legendary comic strip bringing comedy to boring office work has been wildly popular since its 1989 debut, appearing in newspapers all over the United States and the world to great success. Now, it’s being canceled by a left-wing outrage mob after Scott Adams, the man behind the “Dilbert” cartoon, defended white people’s right to exist after a shocking Rasmussen poll showed that nearly half of black Americans believe it’s not “okay to be white.”
“Nearly half of all blacks are not ok with white people, according to this poll, not according to me,” Adams said in a video response to the Rasmussen that he posted online, prompting what’s being widely described as a “canned” outrage response among the left.
“That’s a hate group,” Adams explained. “And I don’t want to have anything to do with them…The best advice I would give to white people is to get the hell away from black people…There’s no fixing this. This can’t be fixed,” he said.
The “only outcome” that Adams has experienced after what he described as a “lifetime” of trying to help his black fellow citizens is “being called a racist.”
Listen to Adams’ comments for yourself HERE
Poll: Nearly Half of Black Americans Believe it’s NOT ‘Okay to be White’
After a weekend full of hit pieces and social media attacks from left-wing commentators and media outlets, Adams announced on Monday morning, via Twitter, that “Dilbert has been canceled from all newspapers, websites, calendars, and books because I gave some advice everyone agreed with.”
Adams added that that his syndication partner had pulled the plug on the comic strip as punishment for his free speech, and that “Dilbert” will continue to be published, and made exclusively available on the Locals subscription platform.
Dilbert has been cancelled from all newspapers, websites, calendars, and books because I gave some advice everyone agreed with. (My syndication partner canceled me.)
Dilbert (and more) will only be available on the subscription site https://t.co/lAH9Itp9tv when sorted out.
— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) February 27, 2023
In the face of the outrage mob, Twitter CEO Elon Musk offered up a defense of Adams, calling out the corporate media complex as the real racists, who spend their time targetting white and Asian Americans.
“The media is racist,” tweeted Elon Musk
“For a *very* long time, US media was racist against non-white people, now they’re racist against whites & Asians.”
“Same thing happened with elite colleges & high schools in America,” he added.
“Maybe they can try not being racist.”