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Here’s Proof Polls Are Useless

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, 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.

What’s Trump Like In Person?

Scott Adams, creator of the Dilbert comic strip, shares the moment he got a chance to meet Donald Trump and his family in-person, and reveals what he’s actually like off-camera. If you thought he was gruff and rough around the edges, you would be sorely disappointed.

“In person, he’s completely normal in every way you’d want a person to be normal,” Adams says. “He doesn’t have this extra personality or something. He’s got this super charisma and his social skills are just off the charts.” Here’s more from Adams on the Sean Kim channel.

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The Assange Arrest

By arresting Julian Assange and pushing his deportation to the United States, the Trump administration appears to be making a martyr. Come on, Trump. The most dangerous thing this man has done is sleep with Pamela Anderson. More from The Rageaholic.

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange had been holed up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012, until his asylum was revoked on April 11 and he was arrested by UK police. Concurrently, the U.S. Department of Justice unsealed an indictment against him and requested his immediate extradition to the United States. The timing of this sudden movement in the Assange case after seven years of almost complete stasis isn’t a coincidence. More from the Epoch Times, focusing here on the question, “Will Julian Assange be offered a plea deal?”

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CNN, FOX not yet sure if it’s better for their team to love or hate Assange. Assange + Trump more likely to make a deal than any other POTUS. What does Assange know, that nobody else knows? More from Scott Adams.

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Google Defames Cartoonist

The Liberals running Google have turned it into a joke. But it remains a company capable of doing a lot of character assassination, as is now happening with Scott Adams. Who’s he? The Dilbert cartoonist, who apparently made the mistake of supporting Donald Trump’s bid to win the presidency.

And now that Trump has won, what’s Google doing? If you use that search engine to seek out images of Adams, it returns a pair of doctored pictures in which he’s wearing a Nazi uniform. The pictures don’t show up on other search engines or, if they do show up, they are way down in the search rankings. But on Google, they are among the top 10 pictures to appear. Strange, considering they are from a Twitter account that’s already been disbanded and only had fewer than 20 subscribers before then.

So it’s apparent there was no legitimate reason for Google to push these images, except to try to smear Adams. He should sue the bastards. He says here he might, but is waiting 48 hours before deciding anything to see if Google first tries to correct the problem.

It’s not just an error, it’s some Liberal moron’s idea of trying to defame and destroy a “conservative.” That’s why we say Google has become a joke. If they cannot corral their own employees who are using the search function for monkey business, the company needs to be fined — heavily — and penalized in a very public manner.  Also, just stop using Google for searches. We prefer DuckDuckGo, but practically any search engine is better than Google.

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Gaming the Midterm Elections

Bill Whittle, Stephen Green and Scott Ott game out the midterm elections, no matter which way it turns out. What does the world look like if there’s a big Republican win? How about a huge Democratic win?

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Scott Adams, the creator of the cartoon Dilbert, discusses his role in popularizing the #jobsnotmobs slogan that the Republicans have adopted as their rallying cry for the midterms. Here, Adams also proposes a solution to the latest Middle East crisis involving the Saudis. Finally, he predicts that Republicans will surprise the country by turning out in record numbers for the midterm election.

Mika Brzezinski, co-host of the MSNBC “Morning Joe” Show, is beside herself reporting what is becoming more apparent: Republicans will make gains in the U.S. Senate and quite possibly hold the U.S. House.

Here’s one of the more lively campaign ads. Running for the Congress from California, Republican Elizabeth Heng brandishes her opponent, incumbent Democrat Jim Costa, by depicting him walking down the street in red high heels and kissing up to Nancy Pelosi. #CostaLaVista, baby!

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Watch the new preview for HOAXED: Everything They Told You Is a Lie! This powerful preview for the new major motion picture exposes and destroys mainstream media narratives as fictional, manipulative – and deadly.  From producer Mike Cernovich, Hoaxed includes interviews with Stefan Molyneux, Jordan Peterson, Scott Adams, Anthony Scaramucci, James O’Keefe, Lauren Southern, Gavin McInnes and more. The film is scheduled to be released today.

The Power to Persuade

Want to convince a close friend of yours to vote Republican in the midterm elections? Scott Adams, creator of the Dilbert cartoons, gives you some tips on how to properly use the powers of persuasion to boost GOP turnout.

Here, he also talks about Kanye West being bullied backstage at the Saturday Night Live broadcast for wearing the MAGA hat West personally designed. In addition, Adams ponders the question, “Would you defend yourself in an angry way, if falsely accused?” It’s part of a round of questions growing out of the Kavanaugh hearings.

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Trump Predicted to ‘Win Bigly’

Dilbert creator Scott Adams predicted Donald Trump would win the presidency long before the 2016 election.  Here, the cartoonist-turned-political-prognisticator talks about Trump, “master persuaders” and winning arguments in a “world where facts don’t matter.”

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GOP Will Win in 2018

Cartoonist Scott Adams cites several factors that he says will propel the Republicans to victory in 2018. There’s not one single overriding reason, but a number of smaller factors that spell out the GOP growing stronger and Democrats losing again. Of course, the Dems could always expand their cheating.

(EDITOR’S NOTE: YouTube has removed and censored this video. In its absence, we present another one from Scott Adams, on Bitchute, focusing on the 2018 midterms.)

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