Trump-loving Dilbert cartoonist feared watching Hillary become nominee would rob him of his manhood
Trump-supporting Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams has become a very sensitive soul lately — so sensitive, in fact, that he said this week he needed his own safe space to hide from the Democratic National Convention.
While responding to a critic on Twitter, Adams said that he didn’t watch this week’s DNC because it would have made him feel “like a weak and useless white male.”
Did the Democratic convention make you feel like a weak and useless white male? That's why I didn't watch.
— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) July 28, 2016
This statement, which is about the boldest way to telegraph your own personal insecurities you’ll ever see, was met with deserved ridicule from Adams’s followers.
That's got to be the most fragile masculinity I've ever heard tell of.
— Peter Cashwell (@PeterCashwell) July 29, 2016
That might have more to do with you than the DNC.
— Anthony De Rosa 🗽 (@Anthony) July 28, 2016
.@ScottAdamsSays Thank you, Scott. This needed to be said. Glad someone is finally looking out for white males.
— Thrillmonger🇿🇦 (@BoringDrew) July 29, 2016
That says a lot about you. Only weak men feel that way
— 2,864,974 (@SickSadTrump) July 29, 2016
You get the idea.
At any rate, if you’re surprised that someone with such deep-seated insecurity about their masculinity is all-in as a Trump supporter… well, you really shouldn’t be.