Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Scott Adams (creator of Dilbert, author of “Win Bigly”) about his election predictions, the media bias against Donald Trump and why you might not want to trust election polls. Scott discusses how Donald Trump lies are a little bit different than your everyday politician lies and if they even matter. Scott also gives his opinion for why he thinks the mainstream media still pushes the “fine people hoax” that states that Trump said that there were “very fine people on both sides” in Charlottesville despite all the video evidence proving that he denounced the white nationalists at the march.
Scott also has a good reason to not trust the national polls since he has heard from many Trump supporters that have lied to pollsters. Finally Scott discusses the dangers of creating a social media business on Big Tech platforms like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube when you could be thrown off at a moment’s notice. He discusses his move to Locals.com, where he is completely safe from content creator censorship and there are no algorithms that hide his content from his fans. He also remarks on what a happier experience social media can be when there are no trolls around.