Episode 327 Scott Adams: The Arrest of Huawei CFO, My Mueller Prediction

Topics: 

  • Arrest of Huawei CFO is just “shaking the box” for a better outcome
  • Prediction: Mueller investigation will turn out the same as everything else
    • Both sides will see what they want to see
  • Russia tried to influence the 2016 election, or just sow chaos?
    • They ran ads favoring Trump
    • They ALSO ran ads favoring Hillary
    • Russia hacked one side (the DNC)…and not the other?
    • Russia wouldn’t TRY to hack both sides?

 

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Episode 275 Scott Adams: The Bomber Suspect. How Was My Prediction?

Topics: 

  • President Trump announces capture of bomber…
  • thus protecting his biggest critics (the media) from the bomber…
  • during meeting with Young Black Leadership Summit at White House

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Episode 236 Scott Adams: President Trump’s Press Conference and Confirmation Prediction

Topics: 

  • If everyone’s already decided how they’ll vote on Kavanaugh
  • What’s the point of having an FBI investigation?
  • The facts cannot ever be known
  • The outcome therefore, won’t be changed
  • President Trump calls the Democrat party “con artists”
  • Behind closed doors, Dem leadership is laughing at their followers
  • The system developed by our founders is being stress tested

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Episode 225 Scott Adams: Prediction Versus Reality and Facts Don’t Matter

Topics: 

  • Reviewing the 2016 pre-election dire anti-Trump predictions
  • North Korea peace progress
  • Truth of the Kavanaugh situation is unknowable, so what to do?
  • If accusation can’t be proven, it should be ignored
  • I am Nancy!

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Episode 103: Budget deficits, The Wall funding, and midterm election prediction

How big can the national debt get before it matters? Does anyone know?

Why would anyone fund the entire $ 25 billion wall when it makes more sense to do a $ 1 billion segment and judge its effectiveness and cost before making a decision on the rest?

I update my midterm election prediction.

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Checking My Six Month Prediction – Did it Age Well?

Six months ago this week, I tweeted this message:

As you might expect, anti-Trumper are saying the tweet didn’t age well. They are saying this on the same week that their side protested a free speech rally by throwing urine on cops. 

Okay, okay, I know what you are going to say. Those protestors do not represent all anti-Trump people. But I learned this past week that if you are marching with urine-hurlers, and making common cause with urine-hurlers, you’re just as bad as urine-hurlers. And if that logic doesn’t hold up, it would feel super-awkward for me to be on the team that says it does. But that’s just me.

Meanwhile, Senator Schiff, a prominent anti-Trumper, spoke out today against violence. But he failed to name Antifa or White Supremacists by name, despite being prompted to do so by Jake Tapper in this interview, thus drawing a moral equivalence between Antifa and White Supremacists. And if he later mentions any hate groups by name, we still have to wonder why it took so long. We learned last week from anti-Trumpers that this sort of moral equivalence, and the peculiar pause before a full disavowal, are deeply meaningful. If this logic doesn’t make sense to you, it might feel super-awkward to be on the team that insists it does.

And what about the racist dog whistle that anti-Trumpers tell us only they and racists can hear? Is it not super-awkward that your best criticism involves hearing a secret message that only racists can detect? 

Or what if your view is that President Trump accomplished nothing in his first six months? Would this extensive list of his accomplishments make you feel super-awkward? 

Did you think that no progress in building the “wall” would be embarrassing for Trump supporters? Or did you see the New York Times confirm that progress is being made?

Perhaps you rejoiced this week about President Trump’s tweet on General Pershing’s handling of Islamic terrorists because he was so factually wrong about the pig blood thing. But maybe you didn’t know how accurate he was according to Pershing’s own words. That feels super-awkward to me, but maybe it sounds different to people who hear the secret racist beacon at the same time. 

I will take anti-Trumpers at their word that they don’t feel awkward about any of this. I got that prediction totally wrong. I recently wrote a blog post explaining why anti-Trumpers don’t feel awkward. It involves something I call the Mass Hysteria Bubble.

I will take this opportunity to publicly eat some crow and agree that six months into this presidency, anti-Trumpers do NOT feel super-awkward. But according to Julian Assange, perhaps they should:

If the only thing you haven’t lost to the GOP already is free speech, you might want to hold onto that one. 

Unless it feels super-awkward to do so.

To be fair, it was indeed a super-awkward week to be a Trump supporter of any kind. No debate on that. But that’s not what I tweeted about. I tweeted that the other side would feel super-awkward. I got that wrong. 

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