USA At the moment and its associates will not run the Dilbert comedian over on-line commentary about race relations by its creator, Scott Adams.
Adams stated throughout one in all his livestreams that all the viral movies of black individuals beating up white individuals had led him to imagine that the 2 races can not reside collectively peacefully.
The comedian ebook creator additionally stated that white individuals ought to cease attempting to assist black individuals and cited a ballot that discovered solely 53 % of black individuals agree with the phrase “it’s okay to be white.”
“And I’d say, based mostly on the present approach issues are going, the perfect recommendation I’d give to white individuals is to get the hell away from black individuals,” Adams stated. “Simply get the f-ck away.”
White individuals ought to “get the hell away from Black individuals”
Dilbert cartoonist, Scott Adams, pulled his Klan masks all the best way off. I respect the white supremacy rhetoric he spouted together with his complete chest.
Adopted that cartoon for many years…I’m such a mug. pic.twitter.com/fqrdSz5D0O
— Michael Morgan (@mikewhoatv) February 24, 2023
“Wherever you need to go — simply get away. As a result of there’s no fixing this. This cant be mounted, proper? This will’t be mounted. You simply have to flee,” he said.
This helps my level. Why would I spend time round this fellow?
Do you spend time with individuals who don’t such as you? https://t.co/hXsDtJdzQG
— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) February 24, 2023
Adams additionally stated he moved to an space with a “very low black inhabitants.”
“It helps no sense to assist black Individuals in case you’re white,” he stated.
USA At the moment and Gannett’s public relations Twitter account tweeted that they “lead with inclusion and attempt to take care of a respectful and equitable surroundings for the varied communities we serve nationwide.”
At @Gannett, we lead with inclusion and attempt to take care of a respectful and equitable surroundings for the varied communities we serve nationwide. #TeamGannett pic.twitter.com/GvHR1w9ae3
— USA TODAY NETWORK PR (@USATODAY_PR) February 24, 2023
“The USA TODAY community will not publish the Dilbert comedian as a consequence of latest discriminatory feedback by its creator,” USA At the moment’s PR account tweeted.