Quote of the day—Scott Adams

If Clinton successfully pairs Trump with Hitler in your mind – as she is doing – and loses anyway, about a quarter of the country will think it is morally justified to assassinate their own leader. I too would feel that way if an actual Hitler came to power in this country. I would join the resistance and try to take out the Hitler-like leader. You should do the same. No one wants an actual President Hitler.

So I’ve decided to endorse Hillary Clinton for President, for my personal safety. Trump supporters don’t have any bad feelings about patriotic Americans such as myself, so I’ll be safe from that crowd. But Clinton supporters have convinced me – and here I am being 100% serious – that my safety is at risk if I am seen as supportive of Trump. So I’m taking the safe way out and endorsing Hillary Clinton for president.

As I have often said, I have no psychic powers and I don’t know which candidate would be the best president. But I do know which outcome is most likely to get me killed by my fellow citizens. So for safety reason, I’m on team Clinton.

Scott Adams
June 5, 2016
My Endorsement for President of the United States
[Progressive are violent for a reason.—Joe

10 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Scott Adams

  1. He’s generally a lefty, so this “endorsement” probably pains him very little.

    That being said, his reasoning (real or theatrical) is pretty scary. Note, he personally isn’t comparing Trump to Hitler, and is even going so far to unequivocally distance Trump supporters from the Brown Shirts.

    But the scary part is the eerie similarly to endorsing Hillary because he’s concerned about the actions of her followers, and how the Brown Shirts secured Hitler’s candidacy in Germany.

  2. If you support HRC, you ARE supporting someone who will act against my rights and well being, so YOU are my enemy.

    If someone is so foolish as to believe that HRC will make the country “safer”, they are deranged and deluded.

    If she is elected, it’s not a question of if the shooting starts, but how soon.

  3. I don’t think his endorsement of HRC is a compliment. It is more like a political version of Pascal’s Wager.

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