‘Dilbert’ Cartoonist: ‘What’s the Only Thing More Dangerous than Steve Bannon?’

By Craig Bannister | August 22, 2017 | 3:26pm EDT
'Dilbert' Cartoonist Scott Adams

“Beware of what you wish for,” "Dilbert" Cartoonist and Creator Scott Adams warns liberals in a new video.

On Friday, Adams posted a video on Periscope defending President Donald Trump which, in part, addresses liberals’ success in ousting President Donald Trump’s Chief Strategist Steve Bannon.

“Be careful what you wish for,” Adams muses, likening Bannon to a “Kraken” - a giant sea monster from the movie, “Clash of the Titans” – that has just been unleashed:

“So, the president’s enemies wished that Steve Bannon would be freed from the constraints of the White House – so, President Trump could free the Kraken. Something tells me this isn’t going to work out exactly the way they planned.”

Adams then poses a question to his audience:

“You know what’s the only thing more dangerous than Steve Bannon?”

The answer: "Pissed off Steve Bannon." Just watch:

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