Scott Adams earlier endorsed Hillary because he lives in California and feared reprisals. In short, his vote doesn't mater, so why bother risking a car being keyed, an egg being thrown, or an elbow to the jaw?
Then he flipped to Gary Johnson upon hearing rumors of Trump copping feels.
But now he flipped again:
I endorse Donald Trump for President of the United States because I oppose bullying in all its forms.
I don’t defend Trump’s personal life. Neither Trump nor Clinton are role models for our children. Let’s call that a tie, at worst.
The bullies are welcome to drown in their own bile while those of us who want a better world do what we’ve been doing for hundreds of years: Work to make it better while others complain about how we’re doing it.
Today I put Trump’s odds of winning in a landslide back to 98%. Remember, I told you a few weeks ago that Trump couldn’t win unless “something changed.”
Something just changed.I have no idea how good a prognosticator Adams is. But he got the nomination right nine months early. And the WikiLeaks revelations show Hillary orchestrated threats of violence and intimidation, which is fascism in its infancy. That is clearly unacceptable and unAmerican.
Americans are like a Blanton Collier defense that bends but does not break.
(In 1964, his Cleveland Browns gave up the most first downs in the league -- with 20 more than any other team. Even the lowly New York Giants -- 2-10-2 that year -- gave up fewer first downs. But the Browns won the NFL championship that year on defense, shutting out Unitas and his Baltimore Colts 27-0 in the championship game.)
We are in the Red Zone now. Time to shut them out.
Please read "Trump the Press" because my big sister, Donna, called me from Iowa to tell me how much she liked it. She laughed and did not want the book to end. Well, it is a fun romp through the Republican nomination that uses the deadliest weapon to skewer the media experts: their own words. "Trump the Press" is available as a paperback, and on Kindle.