Mediaite wonders why Kanye West is promoting ‘far-right’ Scott Adams

As Twitchy reported earlier, rapper Kanye West actually inspired a “Twitter Moment” this weekend when he tweeted on Saturday, “I love the way Candace Owens thinks.”

That led to a further crossing of the streams on Monday, when “Dilbert” creator Scott Adams posted a video showing how “Kanye showed the way to The Golden Age” — a video which West promptly reposted by recording the video playing on his laptop screen and tweeting the results.

Adams was certainly prescient with this tweet:

Watch the avalanche of fake news stories about to come out about me. Like fuel to the fire.

— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) April 23, 2018

We don’t know if it’s really a “fake news” story, but Mediaite calling Scott Adams “far-right”? That’s some fake news.

Why is Kanye West Promoting Far-Right Dilbert Creator Scott Adams?

— Mediaite (@Mediaite) April 23, 2018

This is the same media that continually freaks out that singer Taylor Swift won’t come out and say that she’s pro- or anti-Trump. But back to far-right Scott Adams …


— (@instapundit) April 24, 2018

Everybody is “Far Right” now.

— Chase Tidwell (@ChaseTidwell41) April 23, 2018

It increasingly feels like anyone who isn’t a card-carrying social justice warrior is “far-right.”

— Scott Ruesterholz (@Read_N_Learn) April 24, 2018

Hello @calebecarma, would you be so kind as to specify what views @ScottAdamsSays holds that places him – according to your reckoning – in the category of “far right”? You seem to be using the expression “far right” rather differently from, well, pretty much every sane person.

— ♱De Profundis Clamavi Pro 🇸🇾♱ (@FraterRogerus) April 24, 2018

“Far Right”

Jesus Take The Wheel

👑 Erin 👑 (@MsErinMurray) April 24, 2018

This is just ignorant.
Be ashamed of your ignorance.

— Chad Felix Greene (@chadfelixg) April 23, 2018

The term “Far-right” has been rendered essentially meaningless at this point — by the same people who brought you “everyone who disagrees with me is Nazi”. #KanyeWest #ScottAdams #Dilbert

— Mark E Greene (@MarkEGreene) April 23, 2018

Why does Mediate and Buzzfeed call anyone who is anti group-think “far-right”

— Brian Harrington (@BrainHarrington) April 23, 2018

If you go against the mainstream narrative you are now labeled as “far-right”

— Omaha (@_mrbeck_) April 23, 2018

‘Far right’ @ScottAdamsSays. 😂 Give it a rest guys. That response has already worn out its welcome.

— Vercovicium (@Vercovicium) April 23, 2018

If you think @ScottAdamsSays is “far right,” then the axis of American politics must be “far right” or you are “far left.”

— Robert Barnes (@Barnes_Law) April 23, 2018

Far-Right? It must seem so to everyone who is so ‘far left’.

It’s evidently not about political positions but of one’s vantage point on the spectrum.#WordGames

— JT (@BrotherLiberty) April 24, 2018

Far-right now means “not a Democrat/liberal.”

🇺🇸 BornFree (@squid1209) April 23, 2018

He’s “Far-Right” because he’s pro-Trump? He has “Extreme Thoughts?” Get a Grip.

— RutgersKev (@RutgersKev) April 23, 2018

All of this comes after BuzzFeed outed Adams as a “men’s right’s activist.”


‘Good WORK.’ Scott Adams DROPPED BuzzFeed for their investigative FAIL calling him a men’s rights activist

— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) April 23, 2018

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