“Dilbert” Creator’s 2020 Prediction Comes True

(FreedomBeacon.com)- According to the Gateway Pundit, two July 2020 tweets from “Dilbert” creator, Scott Adams have been proven true now that Joe Biden is president.

In one tweet, Adams said, “Republicans will be hunted.” He followed that up with, “Police will stand down.”

The Gateway Pundit believes that Adams’ “Republicans will be hunted” has proved to be true.

The right-leaning blog cites the January 6 rioters who have been hunted down by the FBI as well as Steve Bannon.

It also cites the recent spate of arrests of pro-life activists by the FBI.

However, those two examples are just the tip of the iceberg.

Since Biden took office, the Department of Justice and FBI targeted parents protesting at school board meetings, investigating them as possible domestic terrorists.

In late September, an FBI whistleblower accused the FBI of manipulating cases related to the January 6 riot to create the “illusion” that domestic violent extremism is more widespread than it actually is.

Republican Congressman Jim Jordan revealed the whistleblower’s claim in a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray, accusing the Washington field office of a “manipulative case-file practice” by instructing local field offices to open “domestic violent extremism” cases on their books that were, in reality, cases related to the January 6 riot.

Jordan argued that the purpose of this was to create the “illusion” that domestic violent extremism is present across every jurisdiction in the country when in reality, the cases all have to do with a single riot in Washington DC over 20 months ago.

Jordan, the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, argued that the FBI leadership is using this “artificial case categorization scheme” to make it appear that there is a “significant” increase in the threat of domestic violent extremism nationwide when there isn’t.

At this point, it’s obvious the Biden administration is targeting its political enemies on all fronts using federal law enforcement and the courts to do it.