Dilbert Creator Scott Adams Attacked Online by Horde of Hillary Clinton Trolls


The horde of Hillary Clinton trolls on the internet is a real thing. Dilbert creator Scott Adams, who has been supportive of Donald Trump recently dealt with them first hand.

From his blog:

The Week I Became a Target

This weekend I got “shadowbanned” on Twitter. It lasted until my followers noticed and protested. Shadowbanning prevents my followers from seeing my tweets and replies, but in a way that is not obvious until you do some digging.

Why did I get shadowbanned?

Beats me.

But it was probably because I asked people to tweet me examples of Clinton supporters being violent against peaceful Trump supporters in public. I got a lot of them. It was chilling.

Late last week my Twitter feed was invaded by an army of Clinton trolls (it’s a real thing) leaving sarcastic insults and not much else on my feed. There was an obvious similarity to them, meaning it was organized.

At around the same time, a bottom-feeder at Slate wrote a hit piece on me that had nothing to do with anything. Except obviously it was politically motivated. It was so lame that I retweeted it myself. The timing of the hit piece might be a coincidence, but I stopped believing in coincidences this year.

Democrats are terrified by the prospect of a Trump presidency and they’ll do anything to make sure Hillary wins.

Any Hillary critic who presents a real threat is at risk of becoming a target.

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