Scott Adams Racks Up Wins Against China, Antifa, Announces New Book

Dilbert cartoonist and trained hypnotist Scott Adams has been racking up the persuasion wins politically in recent weeks.


Popular author and cartoonist Scott Adams has been racking up the persuasion wins politically in recent weeks.

Earlier this month, Adams continued his campaign for the death penalty for Chinese pushers of the deadly substance fentanyl. In 2017 alone, over 72,000 Americans died of drug overdoses, and the deadly epidemic is fueled by Chinese fentanyl.

Three days after Adams’s tweet, the Trump administration imposed sanctions on three Chinese nationals for trafficking fentanyl.

The Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control placed sanctions on Fujing Zheng and the Zheng Drug Trafficking Organization along with Guanghua Zheng and Qinsheng Pharmaceutical Co., for supporting Zheng drug trafficking activities. U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst also announced that Chinese national Xiaobing Yan had been indicted as a significant foreign narcotics trafficker pursuant to the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act.

“If guilty, I support the death penalty,” said Adams.

With America embroiled in controversy over the violent acts of domestic terrorists calling themselves “anti-fascist,” Adams unleashed a linguistic nuclear bomb, calling himself “AntiRa,” or anti-racist.

While corporate media members had defended Antifa terrorists for being so-called “antifascists,” Adams announced those criticizing him are now racist.

Adams wasted no time in demonstrating that his critics are all racists according to the corporate media’s rules.

Loserthink, the new book by Adams explaining “How Untrained Brains Are Ruining America,” already hit the number one spot on Amazon’s political humor chart.

“What is loserthink? If you’ve been on social media lately, or turned on your TV, you may have noticed there are a lot of dumb ideas floating around out there.”

Adams has exposed many examples of “loserthink” recently.

Most notably, Adams took down the “Fine People Hoax” that Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden based his campaign on.

Adams has written extensively on the corporate media hoax that President Trump called neo-Nazis “fine people,” when Trump actually said “they should be totally condemned.”

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Andrew Meyer