Dilbert Cartoon Cancelled from 77 Newspapers After Incorporating Anti-Woke Plotlines
This past week the Dilbert cartoon was removed from 77 newspapers across the country because of its messages being anti-woke.
The Daily Mail reported:
A popular comic strip has been canned by 77 newspapers after its creator Scott Adams started incorporating anti-woke plotlines, including a black character who identifies as white.
Adams’ much-loved ‘Dilbert’ comics have been in circulation since 1989 and frequently pokes fun at office culture, but he announced he was sensationally dropped by publisher Lee Enterprises.
The media company owns nearly 100 newspapers across the country – including The Buffalo News, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and the Arizona Daily Sun – and has been publishing Adams’ jokes about the corporate ladder for years.
These newspapers are financially challenged because of their far-left bias so their cancelling Dilbert is not surprising.
Adams tweeted that Dilbert had been cancelled – he was right.
Scott Adams came out for President Trump in 2016. He loved the fact that the future President was not a politician and wanted to Make America Great Again. He picked a winner.
Adams has the ability to see through the insanity in today’s America. He shares this in his tweets.
Adams is fearless in his honest appraisals of America today.
One tweet of Adams was spot on. (This comes from my perspective of being an international corporate auditor.) Adams shared this after the 2020 Election. He was absolutely right. The 2020 Election never should have been certified because of this alone.
The left can’t handle the truth.