Scott Adams On Why Republicans Have To Vote This November: “They’re Coming For You Next” (VIDEO)

Dilbert creator Scott Adams recently made a very important point about the midterms. Trump supporters, conservatives, Republicans, etc. absolutely must vote in the midterms because the left is completely out of control. Today they are attacking public figures with mobs. Tomorrow it could be you.

Breitbart reports:

Scott Adams: Republicans Need to Vote Because ‘They’re Coming for You Next’

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Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams does not vote. But for the first time, he said Sunday, he is thinking about it — thanks to the effort by opponents of Donald Trump to ostracize people who support the president.

Adams, who predicted Trump would win the 2016 election en route to becoming an influential political writer, was reacting on his daily Periscope broadcast to “conservative” Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin, who defended a Virginia restaurant owner who ejected White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Friday.

“This doesn’t end well,” Adams said, calling her position “anti-free speech,” in the sense that people would no longer feel free to disagree with one another. “If citizens can do what government used to be able to do, which is censor … Free speech is no longer practical. It’s still legal, but no longer practical.”…

“And I’m feeling like the best reason for Republicans to vote is they’re coming for you next. And they’re not hiding it. They’re coming for Trump right now, but they’re making it pretty clear they’re coming for Trump supporters next,” he said.

Watch the video in the tweet below:

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