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Sunday, June 4, 2023
June 4, 2023

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Letter: Comments are narrow-minded


Scott Adams, creator of the comic strip “Dilbert,” said in a recent online video that based on some survey, he believes that half of all Black people dislike white people. He didn’t cite a source for that information, but he goes on to conclude that Black people are a “hate group,” says that white people “should get away from Black people,” and that “it makes no sense to help Black Americans if you’re white.”   

At the very least, his words show him to be insensitive and very narrow-minded. More likely, they show his true nature as a hateful bigot who espouses racial segregation.

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