Dilbert Being Cancelled – Pro-Trump Scott Adams Says Strip Has Been Axed by Papers Across America

Fans of the popular comic strip “Dilbert” were dealt a heartbreaking blow on Tuesday.

“Dilbert” comics creator Scott Adams announced that the comic strip has been dropped in 77 newspapers, according to him Twitter.

Many employees identify with the main character, Dilbert, who is frustrated with American corporations. The comic mixes current government policies and pokes fun at the way it creates challenges in the workplace.


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Adams has been writing and illustrating the comic since 1989. He told Fox News that Lee Enterprises has stopped printing this week — so much for free speech.

“I think it was part of a larger overhaul of comics, but why they decided what was in and what wasn’t is unknown to anyone but them, I guess,” Adams said.

Lee Enterprises owns nearly 100 newspapers in the United States, and “Dilbert” has been published in 57 countries and 19 different languages.

Adams stated that there were other comics that were canceled and each decision was made on an individual basis.

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“All the brightness and everything that’s infused with ESG… so those things found their way into the business world and then became real content for Dilbert. The problem is that even though it’s a workplace joke, people see it, it’s more about how they execute it,” Adams continued.

While Adam’s complaints about “Dilbert” have been known, he’s not sure what caused the cancellation.

Some of the themes Adams has addressed in his comic over the years include social, environmental and corporate governance (ESG).

He recently introduced a character named “Dave” who is African American but identifies as white.

Adams said he named the character after his brother. The character enjoys playing pranks on his boss, who is always careful to ensure the company’s diversity quota is upheld.


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In a recent cartoon, Dave’s boss expresses concern about the company’s ESG rating.

“Dave, I need to improve our company’s ESG rating, so I’m promoting you to our CTO. I know you identify as white, that won’t help our ESG scores, but would it be too difficult to identify as gay?” asked the boss.

“Depends on how badly you want me to see it,” Dave replied.

“Just put on better shirts,” his superior demanded.

Seems like there’s a little warning that the papers are getting upset about “Dilbert.” Adams announced that the comic was censored over his on September 14 Twitter account.

According to Adams’ website, “Dilbert” won the 1997 Reuben Prize, cartoons’ highest honor.

In addition, over 20 million Dilbert books and calendars are in print – with the comic being the best-selling page-a-day calendar for several years.

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