Conservative commentator Mike Cernovich broke down how the backlash prominent Trump supporter Scott Adams is facing proves that the left is a hate group.
In a viral video, Adams, the creator of the "Dilbert" comic strip, blasted President Donald Trump’s "stand back and stand by" white supremacist answer during the presidential debate when moderator Chris Wallace pressured Trump to denounce right-wing extremism for the umpteenth time.
Trump shifted the focus to Antifa, a far-left militant organization that former Vice President Joe Biden downplayed as "an idea."
“He botched it,” Adams said on his "Real Coffee" podcast Wednesday. “It was a layup. It was free money sitting on the f—ing table and he left it there, and he left me on that table, too. He left me just exposed."
Then the long-time Trump supporter declared that the president lost his vote. “Can he get it back? Yeah, all he’d have to do is fix that," Adams added.
"What did Scott Adams accomplish today?" Cernovich questioned in his Periscope livestream, also asking "What was the left's reaction?" Biden voters counteracted with a roar of death threats, harassment, and personal attacks.
Washington Post contributor Holly Figueroa O'Reilly tweeted: "Imagine being Scott Adams and thinking that you are the abused party after 4 years of Trump fanning the flames of racism in America."
New York Magazine columnist Josh Barro wrote: "This is hilarious. Scott Adams is mad at the president for making him look like an idiot for supporting him."
Brianna Wu, the executive director of a progressive PAC, fired: "If you ever think engineers are inherently smart people, Scott Adams was surprised to find out in 2020 that Trump supports white supremacy."
The Daily Edge called Adams a "longtime #MAGA cheerleader" who is now "disgusted" with Trump’s purported "embrace of his sick white supremacists."
Adams has since retracted his previous statement: "Today I learned that agreeing with Democrats and saying I won’t vote for Trump makes them hate me extra and threaten me. So I’ll be voting for Trump."
"If you were not a hate group, you would welcome the news that people are leaving Trump. You would say, 'This is amazing. Scott Adams is high-profile, persuasive, influential, and he finally saw the light. Good for you. Welcome.'" Cernovich characterized what would be an appropriate and "loving" response to the return of the Prodigal Son.
However, a hypothetical hate group would scoff at a disaffected political opponent with "too bad, so sad" jabs. That's exactly what leftists did to Adams.
Cernovich referenced the former CEO of Twitter, Dick Costolo, who fantasized about the mass murder of capitalists, executed by firing squad as he'd "happily provide video commentary." Costolo used "me-first capitalists" as an overt phrase for all those who reject woke politics, Cernovich pointed out.
"What we're proving is that there's no reconciliation possible from the left. They've made that clear," Cernovich continued. "That's why I think Trump's gonna win in November even though by all accounts he should lose." Not morally, but tactfully, Cernovich clarified.
He went on to describe what would happen if the Democratic ticket won the general election in November. If Democrats grasp power, the left-wing will "crush" and "destroy" even the regular Joe earning minimum wage. "They are going to come for you. They are going to come for everyone."
Cernovich brought up how mainstream media is propagating the Biden-sponsored hoax that purports that white supremacists are to blame for the widespread violence in America. When in actuality, it's Antifa and Black Lives Matter activists terrorizing the nation.
Wednesday morning, Biden smeared 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse in a new campaign advertisement against white supremacy and right-wing militia.
"They're trying to make it seem like the Proud Boys is some multi-billion membership group when 20 people show up in Portland," Cernovich stated. Meanwhile, far-left militants have organized over 100 days of countless riots in the Pacific Northwest. Heading into September, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler witnessed illegal commercial-grade fireworks launched at his apartment complex to "celebrate" his birthday.
Last month, rioters rented U-Haul vans to loot Chicago's "Magnificent Mile" upscale shopping district, inflicting an estimated $60 million in damages. BLM Chicago then claimed that the theft was merely reparations. Two police officers were shot in Louisville during the Breonna Taylor riots just last week. And the female driver accused of attempted murder for plowing a car into a crowd of Trump supporters in California on Saturday was revealed to be a major BLM organizer.