It seems like no matter how much we claim we hate these tragedies, they are becoming more and more commonplace. The truth is that we've become somewhat dicentized to them, to the point o where now there are some "leaders of thought" using them as business opportunities.
The creator of Dilbert, Scott Adams, not only is behind cryptocurrencies these days, but he's also a very loud voice in the political sphere online. Truth is that his streams are very popular, and being it that he's a Trump supporter who defends the president as if his life depending on it, he's created a strong niche with his online presence.
All that being said, after the shooting, which I should say it's absolutely worrying since the motives are nowhere to be found. Scott decided it was as good a time as any to promote his platform, powered by cryptos.
As you might imagine, he's gotten a lot of hate for doing this, but his defense is not entirely illogical. I mean, as far as we know CNN, FOX, etc, don't "work for free", but in his ridiculous defense, he is missing the point altogether.
A somewhat obscure movie comes to mind, and I'm sure that I'm not the only one who is able to draw the parallels here.
I don't know what to think of Scott Adams anymore. I'm literally watching a bright mind do a 180 on humanity, and I can't understand how it happened at all.