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Wednesday, March 29, 2023 

Bill Sienkiewicz alienated Scott Adams

Make what you will of Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams, but the following tweet by Bill Sienkiewicz is certainly telling of what's wrong with his left-wing visions: After all the damage BLM/Antifa caused in the past few years, that's what Sienkiewicz wanted to do? One can only wonder if he'd be willing by contrast to pay a tribute to victims of Muslim honor murders like Aqsa Parvez, or any kind of charity based on pro-American, pro-heterosexual values, or even a tribute to 911 victims. Why can't men like Sienkiewicz take a better approach, by assuring the fellow artist he's okay with doing something patriotic? What he wound up doing was trying to convince Adams to abandon any better principles he had, and embrace a movement that's doing more harm than good to race relations in the USA. That's how Sienkiewicz blew it.

I don't think Adams has the best viewpoint of current political situations, but Sienkiewicz did no favors by making it look like he was attempting to convince Adams to waver from common sense by ignoring that BLM/Antifa are a very bad lot, and only working to make things worse for the USA, not better.

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So let me see if I'm following: He wanted Adams to "put aside their differences" and do charity for a movement he likes and Adams doesn't? "Let's put aside our differences and totally agree with my position" isn't going to be a success.

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