in ,

Renowned cartoonist and best selling author Scott Adams comes out as closeted racist

“Dilbert” creator Scott Adams, who has previously claimed he’s been a victim of racism in Hollywood and corporate America, went on a racist diatribe this week, labeling Black people as a “hate group” and saying that White people should “get the hell away” from them.

During his Real Coffee with Scott Adams online video program Wednesday, the controversial East Bay cartoonist offered up his latest provocation. He cited a recent poll that he said shows that “nearly half of all Blacks are not OK with White people.” If so, Adams said, “That’s a hate group.”

Adams cited a Rasmussen survey of 1,000 American adults that dealt with the phrase, “It’s OK to be White”.

Among other things, the Rasmussen poll found that 72% of the 1,000 American adults surveyed agreed with the statement, and that even a majority of Black people — 53% —  did as well.

The poll also found that 79% of respondents agreed with the statement, “Black people can be racist, too,” including 66% of Black people.

“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 theaway. Wherever you have to go, just get away. Because there’s no fixing this. This can’t be fixed.”

the 65-year-old author exclaimed

Adams focused on other data from the poll. He said it revealed that 26% of Black respondents said it’s “not OK to be White” and 21% said “they weren’t sure.”

With a degree of amazement, Adams said: “That’s 47% of Blacks not willing to say it’s OK to be White. That’s like a real poll. This just happened.”

Adams said that the poll demonstrated that there is “no fixing” current racial tensions in America, which is why White people should live in largely segregated neighborhoods.

Adams said he had already self-segregated by moving to an area “with a very low Black population.” It’s not clear if he was referring to the Tri-Valley town of Pleasanton, where he was known to be living in 2020.

After Adams said that this is the “first political poll that ever changed my activities,” he sarcastically claimed he’s always tried to help the Black community because it brings positive social benefits.

Spread the love

Leave a Reply

GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings

What do you think?

Written by Jamil Johnson