Scott Adams: ‘Here are six easy ways to know if you are living in a propaganda bubble’

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Artist Scott Adams fired a shot at the “fake news” propagandists who have been pushing the narrative that what happened at the U.S. Capitol was an attempted coup.

The creator of the “Dilbert” comic strip listed “six easy ways to know you live in a propaganda bubble” in a Twitter thread to help gauge if one is being lied to by the mainstream media. From last week’s violence at the Capitol to challenges to the presidential election and the media’s double standard in reporting on protests, Adams exposed the “malicious” and biased news in a series of tweets on Thursday.

“Here are six easy ways to know you live in a propaganda bubble and the Fake News Industry is malicious,” Adams began.

“The Fake News tells you Trump is ‘lying’ about the election being stolen as opposed to actually believing it, the way tens-of-millions of his supporters do,” he wrote as the first of the six points.

(Image: Scott Adams/YouTube)

“The Fake News mind-reading act is propaganda,” he added.

“The Fake News tells you all of the election fraud claims have been rejected by courts. But where is the master list of all the (non-crazy) claims and which court rejected them and why?” Adams asked in his second point.

“If that list doesn’t exist, assume you have been fed propaganda, not news,” he pointed out.

“If knowing you are inciting domestic violence is a reasonable standard for impeachment, let’s apply it to every Democrat who supported BLM protests or now supports a mostly useless impeachment. Otherwise, the impeachment is just a Fake News propaganda enhancer,” he tweeted as point number three.

“There is no acknowledgement that the Fine People Hoax is still the most damaging Fake News in American History. That hoax is STILL reported as fact. That is pure propaganda,” Adams continued, referring to President Trump’s comments in 2017 after violent protests in Charlottesville, Va.

“When Trump won in 2016, the Fake News said Russian interference in the election was substantial despite all evidence indicating exactly the opposite,” Adams noted in his fifth point.

“When Biden won, the Fake News told us Russia had no substantial impact. That is propaganda, both times,” he explained.

On a related note, when Trump was inaugurated in January 2017, Antifa and left-wing organizations took to the streets inflicting damage, setting fires and creating chaos in response. All charges against the more than 200 people who were arrested that day were eventually dropped.

“When the Fake News labels the Capitol assault a coup or an insurrection, that is propaganda, not news,” Adams pointed out. “The mob had violent people, but no resources appropriate to conquering a superpower and holding it. That OBVIOUSLY wasn’t a plan. Reporting it as a coup is propaganda.”

In an additional tweet on Friday, Adams addressed the difference between a vote recount and an audit.

“Another way to know you live in a propaganda bubble is that your news sources keep calling a vote recount an ‘audit,'” he tweeted.

“Did officials ‘audit’ the computer code in the election systems by recounting the f–king lines of code?” he asked. “The Fake News treats its audience like idiots.”

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