Cartoonist Scott Adams: ‘The anti-vaxxers clearly won – you’re the winners!’

Cartoonist Scott Adams, who’s been a staunch critic of so-called “anti-vaxxers,” admitted in a video Saturday that the “anti-vaxxers” were right all along.

“Here’s what’s going to happen: I’m going to tell you that the people who [are] the anti-vaxxers appear to be right. Anybody who did not get vaccinated, got a little Omicron or maybe even a worse one but recovered, now you’ve got natural immunity, and you have no vaccination in you — can we all agree that that was the winning path? The smartest, happiest people are the ones who didn’t get the vaccination and are still alive,” he said.

“I want you to hear that clearly: the anti-vax people appear to be the winners. The anti-vaxxers clearly are the winners at this point, and I think it’ll probably stay that way. And I don’t want to put any shade on that whatsoever. They came out the best. They have the winning position. The unvaccinated have a current advantage, because they feel better. The thing they’re not worrying about is what I have to worry about, which is, I wonder if that vaccination five years from now [will cause problems for me],” he added.


The admission came as a shock to so-called “anti-vaxxers” — i.e., people who’ve raised questions about the COVID vaccine — given Adams’ history of talking trash about them.

“This is a remarkable admission from a guy who has spewed a lot of nonsense about me (and others) over the last two years,” journalist Alex Berenson, a fierce critic of the COVID vaccine, tweeted in response.

But the admission also came as a relief, especially for those who always liked Adams up until he became a bit of a COVID vaccine zealot.

However, the admission did also prompt some additional criticism given Adams’ continued use of the slur “anti-vaxxer.”


Adams published the video on the same day that billionaire businessman Elon Musk opened up about his own bad experiences with the COVID vaccine.

He announced that he’d contracted COVID before the release of the vaccine and that it’d felt like “basically a mild cold.” He added that he’d gone on to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, as well as the first mRNA booster — both with minimal problems.

The problems didn’t start, he continued, until he took the second booster shot so he could visit Tesla’s Gigafactory Berlin-Brandenburg factory in Germany.

“I had major side effects from my second booster shot. Felt like I was dying for several days. Hopefully, no permanent damage, but I dunno,” he tweeted.

He further noted that his cousin, whom he described as “young & in peak health,” suffered “a serious case of myocarditis” because of the vaccine.


Adams likewise published the video on the same day that Silk (Herneitha Rochelle Hardaway) of Diamond & Silk suggested that Diamond (Ineitha Lynnette Hardaway) died after taking the COVID vaccine.

Speaking at Diamond’s memorial, Silk recounted the final moments of her sister’s life to those gathered.

“It was sudden, out of nowhere, and no warning,” she said, referring to the moment that Diamond told her, “I can’t breath.”

“My husband and I followed the 911 instructions,” she said, describing her efforts to perform CPR until emergency services arrived.

“[The emergency services] did everything that they could. So what I want to say to everybody is don’t you dare call me a conspiracy theorist because I saw it happen. I saw how it happened. I was there when it happened. And it happened suddenly,” she continued.

“I want America to wake up and pay attention. Something ain’t right! It’s time to investigate what’s really going on here and get some answers to why are people falling dead suddenly,” Silk added.

Vivek Saxena


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