'Dilbert' Creator Scott Adams: "ISIS Prefers" Hillary Clinton
Adams warned that if there are no attacks before the election, it confirms the Islamic State's allegiance to Clinton.
Scott Adams, known as the creator of the Dilbert cartoon and also more recently for his controversial views, posted a series of tweets on Tuesday that strongly insinuated that ISIS was supporting Hilary Clinton in the race to the White House especially if there was "no sponsored attack before Election Day."
According to Salon, Adams was pummeled with criticism after releasing the tweets and responded by calling his critics "bullies" and went further in a blog post in which he suggested that those who support Clinton have "a willingness to bully in all its forms."
Adams had previously endorsed Clinton before moving over to Trump's camp. The avid blogger claimed he only supported the Democratic presidential nominee out of fear that he would be assassinated if she ended up in the Oval Office.
Adams' rant on Tuesday is a follow-up to his Friday blog post in which he left a haunting message about Donald Trump's impending victory, "If Trump gets elected, and he does anything that looks even slightly Hilter-ish in office, I will join the resistance movement and help kill him."
Adams went on to encourage followers to join him in his quest to "kill any Hilter-type person who rose to the top job in this country, no matter who it is."
If there are no sponsored terror attacks before Election Day, it means ISIS prefers Clinton. They have the means. Think about it. #Trump— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) October 25, 2016
A Clinton bully attacks the messenger and the audience. See the pattern? https://t.co/J4AyZhvHJU— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) October 25, 2016
In phase 2 of the attack they intentionally misinterpret me and attack their own hallucination. https://t.co/QUXb9Z6DEH— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) October 25, 2016