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Mike Adams and Scott Adams agree... Democrats are extreme bullies who contradict 'tolerance'


Mike Adams

(NaturalNews) Mike Adams the Health Ranger, founder and editor of Natural News, and Scott Adams, creator of the popular "Dilbert" comic strip, may not be related, but they do share the same opinion about people who identify as Democrats.

Quite simply put, the party of "inclusion" and "fairness" and "equality" is really just the "party of bullies."

As noted by the Dilbert creator in recent blog post entitled, "The Bully Party," there are a number of common character traits and behaviors that bind Democratic supporters together:

-- If you have a sign on your lawn supporting Donald Trump and Mike Pence, they'll very often steal or deface it.

-- If you have a Trump sticker on your car, they'll deface your vehicle.

-- If you dare speak out at work that you're a Trump supporter, you may just get fired.

There are others as well, like, if you go to a Trump campaign event, you're more likely to be attacked and beaten. In fact, if you show up to protest a campaign event for Trump's Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, you're more likely to be attacked or beaten.

Scott Adams also pointed out that when he is tagged or contacted on social media, nearly every message he gets from a Clinton supporter is a bullying type of message: They hurl insults, they hurl labels (racist, bigamist, bigot, etc.), and they threaten his livelihood.

Biden vs. Trump

"We know from Project Veritas that Clinton supporters tried to incite violence at Trump rallies," Scott Adams wrote. "The media downplays it.

"We also know that Clinton's side hired paid trolls to bully online," he continued. "You don't hear much about that."

The Dilbert creator went on to say that when the Left-wing mouthpieces Huffington Post, Salon and Daily Kos all published hit pieces about him on the same day, we could be sure it was "by no coincidence." Scott Adams surmised that these similarly crafted stories were likely published with the intent to undermine his potential influence.

The vice president, Joe Biden – not known outside of fawning liberal media and political circles as a particularly smart or clever man – has said he wanted to take Trump behind the bleachers and beat him up (actually, I might pay to see that one). And so home.

As for the Health Ranger, in a recent column he correctly noted that Democrat supporters are so weaponized, so indoctrinated and so over-the-top with anger for anyone who isn't one of them they can't be reasoned with.

'Massive political cult'

"These two groups cannot reason with each other. They cannot compromise, and frankly, you can't even reason with democrats anymore because they are all so propagandized and brain damaged that they have utterly abandoned the very concept of 'facts.' (To them, a 'fact' is anything Hillary Clinton says, while a 'lie' is anything Donald Trump says.)" he wrote.

Mike Adams noted further that he believes the Democratic Party and its followers are essentially running the country like a massive political cult driven by mental instability and delusion. They believe that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have never lied to the American people, that they are the two most capable politicians ever in American history – and that if you don't agree, you should be banned and censored or, as a further option, beaten into silence.

"If Clinton wins, it means we will all find ourselves living in a society of mentally ill zombies and cultists who are a danger to everyone (including themselves)," he wrote.

As for Scott Adams, he believes that Team Clinton has succeeded "in perpetuating one of the greatest evils I have seen in my lifetime," having branded Trump supporters (40-plus percent of voters) as sexists, Nazis, racists, homophones, bigots and other nasty labels – all without justification, of course.

Facts don't seem to matter to Clinton's supporters, though – and they never matter in politics anyway, Scott Adams wrote. "What matters is that Clinton's framing of Trump provides moral cover for any bullying behavior online or in person" he said, "because no one can be a bad person for opposing Hitler, right?"

Sources:

Blog.Dilbert.com

NaturalNews.com

NewsTarget.com

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