Scott Adams Says Trump Isn’t Crazy, He IS a Genius. Here’s Why. [VIDEO]

Scott Adams Says Trump Isn’t Crazy, He IS a Genius. Here’s Why. [VIDEO]

Scott Adams Says Trump Isn’t Crazy, He IS a Genius. Here’s Why. [VIDEO]

The media think that President Trump is nuts. After all, Michael Wolff’s book Fire and Fury was chock full of juicy tidbits about how cray-cray the POTUS is. And then the media floodgates opened.

The Washington Post assembled a list of people who are concerned about Trump’s mental stability. It includes people like Sen. Bob Corker, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, and — surprise, surprise! — James Comey.

Let me show you my shocked face on that revelation.

Credit: thedailybeast.com.

Vox did a puff profile of Dr. Bandy Lee, the psychiatrist who met with Congress and told them how really, really scared she is of Trump. In fact, she recommended that he be forced into a mental evaluation:

What we do in the case of danger is we contain the person, we remove them from access to weapons, and we do an urgent evaluation.

This is what we have been calling for with the president based on basic medical standards of care.

But she also says that no mental health experts actually want to go there. Why? Well, because it might look like a ‘coup’ or something.

So much for these gallant professionals who just want to save the nation.

All the nuttiness prompted a guy named “Sean Spicier” to tweet this observation:

So how did POTUS respond to all this? By calling himself a “genius.” Not only that, but a “very stable genius.”

And, of course, the doo-doo hit the proverbial fan.

From Chris Cillizza at CNN:

Trump’s ‘very stable genius’ tweet shows he isn’t.

The New York Times had this headline:

Trump, Defending His Mental Fitness, Says He’s a ‘Very Stable Genius’

And the Washington Post headlined that British actor Benedict Cumberbatch “riffs on stable genius tweet.”

However, Scott Adams — the creator of “Dilbert” — just laughed at the hysteria. Rather than Trump’s ‘very stable genius’ tweets revealing mental incapacity, he says they demonstrate Trump’s talent in manipulating an audience.

Here’s how Adams explains it on his You Tube channel. The video is lengthy, but I’ve cued up the meaty part, which lasts about 6 minutes.

As Adams explains in the video, when you call yourself a genius in public, people are going to use the word in connection with you.

So whether his critics like it or not, Trump now owns “very stable genius,” and they’ll continue to bash him with it. And because they mock “very stable genius,” his supporters will love the phrase.  See how that works?

And in Trump’s case the association appears to be working:

Click to enlarge screenshot.

I think Adams—a student of persuasive rhetoric—might be absolutely correct here. Remember that he was one of the only voices who predicted that Donald Trump would win the election, and he did so in March of 2016. In the Washington Post, no less.

And now Adams is finding that the hysteria is beginning to wane, and made this prediction:

But, you know that after this frenzy dies down, the media will come out with another hair-on-fire story about how Trump is The Worst President Ever! And that the nation needs to impeach him right now, before we all go down in flames or something.

So what else is there to do but to sit back and enjoy the show? Someone get the popcorn ready.

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3 Comments
  • Timmy says:

    The people that walk around dressed as vaginas are questioning someone else’s mental state

  • Mike Leonard says:

    I dont care what anybody on the left, the rinos or the never-trumpers think or say anymore.

    DJT is trying to fix what BHO and the aforementioned idjits broke.

    They need to get with the program or step to the side while the work gets done. The silent majority is pissed off and has spoken.

    I predict 2018 will be be the year all of them will get a metaphorical kick in teeth come the mid-terms. They’ve had it coming for a long time.

  • Criticas says:

    Shortly after the election, Scott Adams predicted that Trump’s first year would see three stages: http://blog.dilbert.com/2017/07/30/the-turn-to-effective-but-we-dont-like-it/

    First, Trump is Hitler; Second, Trump is Incompetent; Third, That he was “effective, but we don’t like it.”.

    Seems like he was right about that, also.

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