Dilbert comic strip creator Scott Adams attempted to make some money off the Garlic Festival shooting by trying to sell interviews with survivors https://t.co/A8mJac49F4— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) July 29, 2019
Because we live in a dystopian hellscape, why not make some money off the mass shootings every day?
Scott Adams has an app where victims can charge people to talk with them about the event - while he takes a % of the profits. People everywhere have denounced his ass-backward idea
During a Periscope video, the Trump supporter claimed many of his critics on social media were just taking part in an organized campaign against him.
This isn't the first time he's tried to advertise his app after people have died. When a helicopter pilot was killed in June, he offered 500$ to anyone to talk about it.
No one has taken him up on either offer. But he says it won't stop him from trying again.
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