Why is the left okay with racial slurs against Senator Tim Scott?

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  1. Readmikenow profile image96
    Readmikenowposted 12 months ago

    It is an example of the hypocrisy of the left.  They believe they protect black people, except for black conservatives.  I know black conservatives who have been lectured by white, female, liberals about being black.  If a white liberal says anything racist about a black conservative, it is not only accepted by the left, it is a badge of honor.  So, the liberals will protect a black person, unless they are conservative, then the black conservative is subject to racial slurs, threats, intimidation, etc. Only because their thoughts are independent of liberal thinking.

    Black senator Tim Scott gave a rebuttal to biden's state of the union speech.  The liberals on the left were enraged.  He got called "Uncle Tim," and another Democrat called him an "oreo." Where is the NAACP?  Where are the Democrats to protect the rights of black senator Tim Scott?

    I think they probably drowned in a sea of hypocrisy.

    "MSNBC’s Tiffany Cross went on a Saturday rant about how Scott was a “tap dancer,” a “token” and the kind of person “Harriet Tubman would have left behind.”

    None of those individuals has faced any repercussions, however, so where’s the line? Gary O’Connor, a Democratic Party official in Texas, may have found it.

    According to Fox News, O’Connor — chairman of the Lamar County Democratic Party — is facing calls to resign after a now-deleted Facebook post last week included a racial slur against Scott.

    “I had hoped that Scott might show some common sense, but it seems clear he is little more than an oreo with no real principles,” O’Connor wrote.

    The post might be deleted, but the screen shot is much easier to find than O’Connor would probably like."

    https://www.westernjournal.com/texas-de … A7DgFzilwk

    1. Credence2 profile image80
      Credence2posted 12 months agoin reply to this

      Just like all righties are not cross burning intolerants, all left leaning folks are not the same, Mike. Sen. Scott is far too weak to offer any challenge to the Democrat hold on multicultural support.
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      My opinion of Sen. Scott, devoid of any racial slurs...


      When I thought about Senator Scott this weekend, I think of the incredible token the GOP used to make a rebuttal to President Biden's address in Tim Scott. Can it be a coincidence that the sole Black GOP senator was picked to make the rebuttal?

      It would make one think that Senator Scott would be a rising star in the GOP, but not so fast...

      The way this man expressed himself in the rebuttal and his political inclination generally, show him to be a moderate in a party where generally far right is their center. He could never satiate the needs of the true believing "red meat" crowd. It was just a little bit of guile to give an impression of a diverse political party when such is not the case.

      But in all fairness, though, rumor has it that GOP non-white Congressperson members has risen somewhat in 2020, so maybe I should stay tuned......

      And How about a little more?

      In the world of the GOP divided into two faction, those that idolize Trump and the those that represent the generally conservative center Right of the party, Sen. Scott is clearly part of the latter group and is on the moderate side of that, just not as outspoken as a Liz Cheney, or the late Senator, John McCain. Sen. Scott has carefully walked a tightrope of not offending the Trumpers yet not  embracing them either. I don't find any black Republicans really embracing the Trump wing of the party.

      What conservatives never seem to realize is that putting a black face on a political party whose policies and ideology has been contrary to the interests of our electorate never gets very far. Refined Democrats like me have long since knew this.

      He seems a nice enough fellow, but my issue is with the GOP and its ideology regardless of who is carrying its banner.

      Republicans will never agree to nominate Scott, like I said, fundamentally he is too moderate for the party as it stands now. Someone like Ted Cruz, or the syncophant who passes for Governor here in Florida, but I will save that for another thread, is more what they are looking for. Great purveyors of the highest quality of red meat.

      1. Readmikenow profile image96
        Readmikenowposted 12 months agoin reply to this

        Does Senator Scott deserve to be referred to as "Uncle Tim" or as an "oreo?"

        Should the Democrat Congressman who made these statements be censured?

        Where is the NAACP on this? It seems they are enraged about racist comments concerning black people, except if it is a black conservative.

        Why is it an issues that the GOP has one black senator?  The Democrat party has two.  Hardly in a position to pass judgment.

        I think there is a strong case to be made that the Democrat policies and ideology has done quite a bit of damage to the black communities in the United States.

        As I have shown before, the Black Conservative Movement (BCM) is growing, and has increased quite a bit since biden was elected.

        So, is it okay for white liberal women to lecture black men about being black?  I've seen it and known people who have experienced it.  Is it okay to use racial slurs against black conservatives?  It happens all the time from white liberals.  I have friends who have been called racist, anti-black, and many other things because they are black conservatives.

        It just feeds my belief of liberal hypocrisy being too blatant to ignore.

        1. Credence2 profile image80
          Credence2posted 12 months agoin reply to this

          No, Mike,  certainly not, I would avoid the name calling. But what is the GOP doing to Liz Cheney and Mitt Romney? If I were Lily white and came before the NRA with talk of gun control, how would I be received?

          The NAACP is more than about Black People, it is about the ideas and concepts that have been supportive of the Black community rather than otherwise. While it not appropriate to call names, Scott and the Republican way is not the way most of us see as the solution to our economic concerns, so he is not going to be greeted with open arms.

          Censored? Not unless you consider censoring every loose lipped Rightwinger in Congress. So until you are willing to do that....
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          "Why is it an issues that the GOP has one black senator?  The Democrat party has two.  Hardly in a position to pass judgment."

          Good point, but let's focus on why Scott was selected to give the rebuttal, when there are more experienced GOP Senators within the hierarchy?
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          "I think there is a strong case to be made that the Democrat policies and ideology has done quite a bit of damage to the black communities in the United States."

          But there is an equally strong case to make that the GOP has nothing of value to offer except more of the stuff we all remain contentious about. As for Republicans saying that their approach is more helpful, I say "rubbish".
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          There is plenty of hypocrisy to go around for both sides. Why should we submit to a standard that the Right and conservatives never even try to apply to themselves?

          No, it is not ok for white men or women, liberal or conservative, to lecture Black people about experiences that are unique to them, as if somehow they would know better. I can't speak to the ignorance of labeling people who have a different perspective, Black or white, I just have my own perspective and I have yet to be convinced that it is not the correct one.

          1. Readmikenow profile image96
            Readmikenowposted 12 months agoin reply to this

            "But what is the GOP doing to Liz Cheney and Mitt Romney? If I were Lily white and came before the NRA with talk of gun control, how would I be received?"

            The Republican party is working hard to get rid of them.  They no longer represent the Republican base.  They both supported the impeachment of President Donald Trump.  They are despised among the majority of Republicans.

            Romney gets booed at Republican gatherings.  Cheney  hasn't taken questions in a public forum from her constituents for a long time.  She'd get yelled at.  Neither one is polling enough to get the endorsement of the Republican party in their primaries.  They are way behind their challengers. 

            It doesn't matter what color you are.  If you are a Republican talking about gun control, you are not going to be popular.  It will be a struggle for you to have any influence in the party.

            I think it's time for both Romney and Cheney to join the Democrat party.   

            "Good point, but let's focus on why Scott was selected to give the rebuttal, when there are more experienced GOP Senators within the hierarchy?"

            That is easy to answer.  His poll numbers are some of the highest of anyone in the Republican party.  He polls well with Republicans but with Democrats and independents as well.  So, yeah, he was a good choice to give the rebuttal because he appeals to a wide demographic of people.  I'm sure you agree, he is very likeable.  If a pink person had his poll numbers, the pink person would have been tasked to give the rebuttal.

            1. Credence2 profile image80
              Credence2posted 12 months agoin reply to this

              "It doesn't matter what color you are.  If you are a Republican talking about gun control, you are not going to be popular.  It will be a struggle for you to have any influence in the party."

              Same point, if you are a Republican trying to advocate their points of view regardless of what color you are, you are not going to be popular. And it will be difficult for any such person to have influence on our electorate.

    2. Sharlee01 profile image84
      Sharlee01posted 12 months agoin reply to this

      In my view, MANY  liberals don't know the meaning of the word hypocrisy. Their very mindset is well trained and geared toward the concept of groupthink. And one of the star concepts of groupthink is being able to ignore what's right in your face, truth if need be, and common sense.

      " So, the liberals will protect a black person, unless they are conservative"

      The liberals at this point have adopted black people to look after, take care of. In general, it would seem that they have appointed themselves to make sure blacks are not mistreated. This may be due to them seeing as needy, in some respects helpless. However, they have now seemed to have the need to weed out black people that they find distasteful to their cause.    Blacks that are successful, are a threat to their cause. It's clear to me many blacks rely on these liberals hoping they will help with systemic racism.    This could in many cases be the reason they are willing to join in belittling black conservatives that have become successful.

      At any rate, I have followed Senator Scott, and find him to be a mover and shaker. He is what the party needs, a man that has great common sense, is not a typical politician, and very much level-headed. I appreciate how he has handled all the racial slurs that have come his way. He stays above the fray, and I respect that quality.  So glad he is a Republican, could not be prouder to have such an accomplished man in Congress.

      1. Readmikenow profile image96
        Readmikenowposted 12 months agoin reply to this

        I wonder if many people know how hard the Tea Party worked for Tim Scott's elections?  I doubt it.

        1. Sharlee01 profile image84
          Sharlee01posted 12 months agoin reply to this

          I honestly don't think many black people follow the accomplishments of any politicians unless they are in the Dem party.  In my view, some tend to just not be open to even consider belonging to any other party but the Democratic party. That may make it easy to dismiss what Black Republicans have to offer in Government.

          I really am disappointed how the media and the Democrats, in general, are treating Tim Scott. Calling him derogatory names appears very foolish in my book. One can see he is well educated, articulate Senator that deserves respect. I see him as an asset to the black race.

          1. Credence2 profile image80
            Credence2posted 12 months agoin reply to this

            Sharlee, they use to say that such a Black man was a "credit to his race". Your last sentence resonates and reminds me of that old anachronism so well.

            I am a Democrat, and I am not treating Sen. Scott badly, I just do not agree with the approach of the Party he represents and subsequently not with him.

            Why would we not pay attention to which party is responding more to the needs of our community as we say that those needs are? We are not robots, just like the rightwingers have their agendas, no one says that they are being "misled" or in mass not choosing to consider what is being offered by the "other side".

            1. Sharlee01 profile image84
              Sharlee01posted 12 months agoin reply to this

              I can fully understand the ideologies of Dems and Reps are very different, and it is a fact Reps want smaller Governments less over reach in our lives. But, as a bystander, I can't pinpoint anything that the Democrats have really made better for black citizens or helped with systemic racism. In the next breath, I can say the very same about Republicans.

              Could it be possible that when one considers who they will vote for, they should just look at the individual, not the party? I think that time has come for all of us.  I think the writing is on the wall that both parties have agendas. And at this point in our Nations's development, is it time to really consider a two-party system is in many ways failing us?

              1. Credence2 profile image80
                Credence2posted 12 months agoin reply to this

                The problem is that the individual is part of political party with specific ideologies and platforms. Trump still trumpeted basic GOP principles, while everybody kept saying he was "independent".

                If individuals ran on their own accord expressing their individual values and principles maybe that would work. But as much as it costs to run for national office, no man can be an island.

                Alternatives to the two party system has been considered but has never been successful, maybe we all need to bear down a bit harder.

                1. Sharlee01 profile image84
                  Sharlee01posted 12 months agoin reply to this

                  At this point, I think people are looking for different candidates than the two parties can offer. Many Americans are dissatisfied with the Washington elites calling the shots.   The country is becoming more and more divided. There is no looking back, only forward at this point.

      2. Credence2 profile image80
        Credence2posted 12 months agoin reply to this

        The fact is that liberals protect liberals and conservatives protect conservatives.

    3. crankalicious profile image93
      crankaliciousposted 12 months agoin reply to this

      I like Tim Scott. I may not agree with him, but I like him. Democrats need to make sure that opinions such as his are listened to and they should work with him.

    4. lovetherain profile image81
      lovetherainposted 12 months agoin reply to this

      It's ok in Clown World.

    5. Sharlee01 profile image84
      Sharlee01posted 12 months agoin reply to this

      https://hubstatic.com/15543194_f1024.jpg
      Our Detroit Police chief James Craig is seriously considering running for Governor under the Republican ticket here in Michigan. He is so well-loved and respected throughout the state of Michigan.  He is a well-accomplished man that was always right there to address any and all problems. He will glean the black vote throughout the state.   However, it will be interesting to witness what the Democratic party will do when they realize he is serious about running. I am sure he will be bombarded with derogatory labels and any other scandals they can dig up. 

      I am really very excited about the thought of having this wonderful man as our new Governor and will be on board to help get him elected.

      I guess you can tell, this news made my day!

  2. Live to Learn profile image74
    Live to Learnposted 12 months ago

    Scott is not the first conservative person of color to be attacked with racial slurs by the left and I'm certain he won't be the last.

    The left is the modern version of the KKK. Hunting down those who they perceive as different, tarring and feathering them and then parading them around to the cheers of their members.  Trying to lynch their reputation and working to castrate any person of color who deigns to disagree with their dogma.

    I remember the democratic KKK in the south.  They wrapped their racism in religion. The modern religion of the left is no different from the attempts to indoctrinate the young to support the beliefs of the democrats KKK back then.

    They are a plague on decent society just as they were in the past.

    1. Sharlee01 profile image84
      Sharlee01posted 12 months agoin reply to this

      In effect, the Klan was a military force serving the interests of the Democratic Party. The Democrats have never changed their ideology to control black citizens, they just adopted the attitude If we can't threaten blacks, let's at least get their votes.  Make promises that can soon be forgotten with new ones provided each election.

      I think Tim Scott could build a great base that would include minorities that have become sick of broken promise after broken promise.

      1. crankalicious profile image93
        crankaliciousposted 12 months agoin reply to this

        The KKK represented racists, that is all. Trying to link the KKK with the modern Democratic Party is just a pure ignorance of American history, which is not surprising. The KKK is not linked to a party as much as an ideology, which is conservative. Conservatives, be they Dems or Republicans, supported the KKK.

        The Dems are like the KKK? Tell that to Liz Cheney.

        The current Republican Party is built on a foundation of lies and there is almost no basis to believe that whatever comes out of the mouth of Republicans is anything other than a lie. Dems are slime? Okay. At least they didn't try to overthrow the government, and murder the Vice President and others. And they're not actively trying to destroy Democracy by making it harder for people to vote. And they're not creating a litmus test for their members based on the belief that the election was stolen without a shred of evidence to prove it.

        1. wilderness profile image94
          wildernessposted 12 months agoin reply to this

          "At least they didn't try to overthrow the government, and murder the Vice President and others."

          Except that they DID overthrow the government and DID get people killed.  Remember CHAZ?

          "And they're not actively trying to destroy Democracy by making it harder for people to vote."

          Instead they actively try to destroy American Democracy by inviting and encouraging foreign citizens to vote and pick our leaders for us.  By refusing common sense, simple and easy tests for citizenship and residency before voting.

          "And they're not creating a litmus test for their members based on the belief that the election was stolen without a shred of evidence to prove it."

          Instead their "litmus test" is to deny that there is any evidence of voter fraud while ignoring that there absolutely IS not only evidence but proof of fraud.

          One must choose between two evils.  My vote goes to the side that tries to preserve America as a nation of people, not the side that tries to give it away to foreign countries and make virtual slaves out of its citizens.

          1. crankalicious profile image93
            crankaliciousposted 12 months agoin reply to this

            Nobody has provided any evidence of voter fraud and, once again, Trump's own lawyer said it was all a hoax. What more do you want to prove there was no evidence of voter fraud than Trump's lawyer saying she was lying?

            https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/202 … aud-claims

            She said no reasonable person should have believed her lies. I just don't understand how anyone can believe in voter fraud when the very person representing the person responsible for this lie admitted she was lying and had no proof for what she was saying.

            Remember the Statue of Liberty? Isn't that the history of our country? Welcoming the poor? Welcoming those from other countries? Isn't preserving that sentiment preserving America?

        2. Sharlee01 profile image84
          Sharlee01posted 12 months agoin reply to this

          In my view as I stated ---  The Democrats have never changed their ideology to control black citizens, they just adopted the attitude If we can't threaten blacks, let's at least get their votes. 

          Our opinion clashes in regards to the Democratic party. When I used the word slime, I was being kind when expressing my opinion.

          1. crankalicious profile image93
            crankaliciousposted 12 months agoin reply to this

            I'm not a fan of the Democratic Party, actually. And I'm sure there's some common ground on how the Democrats have appealed to black voters and how they've used them and what they've actually done for them.

            Let's remember though that conservatives were against giving women the right to vote, giving blacks the right to vote, allowing gay people to marry. Conservatives are against all these things always. That is the very definition of conservative - keep things the way they are, any change is threatening; etc.

            And I am being kind when it comes to those who continue to support Trump and his lies. Now, apparently in Arizona they're looking for bamboo in the ballots because the newest conspiracy theory says they came from SE Asia. This conspiracy theory came from some random Twitter user. This is your Republican Party - any conspiracy theory is a good conspiracy theory. As far as I'm concerned, the Republican Party is actively trying to end Democracy. Their party platform and belief system is based on lies almost across-the-board. Trump is a traitor. His supporters are traitors.

            1. wilderness profile image94
              wildernessposted 12 months agoin reply to this

              "Their party platform and belief system is based on lies almost across-the-board."

              Sounds much like the Democrat platform.  "Illegal aliens are good for the country and cost us nothing."  "It is good for people to live off of charity and have no work ethic."  "Putting strong physical barriers up will not produce a reduction in people going where they should not."  "Taking the preferred weapon of murderers away from law abiding citizens will reduce the number of murders."  "The US is the guiding light for cultures worldwide and it is up to us to enforce what we think is right wherever we see wrongness." 

              The list is endless of both parties pushing their platform with lie based opinions.

            2. Sharlee01 profile image84
              Sharlee01posted 12 months agoin reply to this

              I must correct you in regard to who was the catalysts for the 19th Amendment, which provided the law for women to vote --- That would be the Republicans.

                "On May 21, 1919, an Illinois Republican by the name of James Mann reintroduced the 19th Amendment in the House of Representatives and it passed by a vote of 304 to 89. It was a decisive victory, and the split among Democrats and Republicans was staggering. In all, over 200 Republicans voted in favor of the 19th Amendment, while only 102 Democrats voted alongside them. Subsequently, on June 4, 1919, the 19th Amendment passed the Senate by a vote of 56 to 25. Once again, the split among Democrats and Republicans was notable: eighty-two percent of Republicans voted in favor of the amendment while only forty-one percent of their Democrat colleagues concurred." Source
              https://foxx.house.gov/news/documentsin … 0suffrage.

              And the Republicans gave substantial support to the 1964 civil Rights Bill.
              When comparing Democrats' votes, a greater percentage of Republicans voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1964. I need not go back to Lincoln, and the republicans part ushering in the 14th and 15th Amendments. Nothing in our history actually shows the Democrats doing anything substantial for black Americans.

              "While the landmark act received a majority of support from both parties, a greater percentage of Republicans voted in favor of the bill. Throughout the 1950s and ’60s, Republicans were generally more unified than Democrats in support of civil rights legislation, as many Southern Democrats voted in opposition."

              Source --  https://www.dailysignal.com/2018/12/17/ … crats-did/

              The Democrats in their early history fought any bill that would improve the lives of black people.  They did turn on their heels when they realized they could gain the black vote, and their playbook changed drastically.

              In regards to --- "And I am being kind when it comes to those who continue to support Trump and his lies."     I made no mention of the previous president. Not sure why you add him to this conversation. I was speaking strictly about how IMO the Democrats use black people due to a slimy ideology they use to get their vote. Promise anything, and hope they don't notice that none of the promises ever come to fruition.

              Hopefully, I have helped you realize what you believed in regards to what political party brought women the right to vote,  and what Political party throughout America's history have not only did away with slavery but continued to work for  Black citizens to have all the rights of any American citizen. 

              I won't go off on a rant as you have done. ---  I won't even call  Democrats traitors, slimy will suffice.

              1. Credence2 profile image80
                Credence2posted 12 months agoin reply to this

                I second Crank's comments. Sharlee

                1919?

                What irritates me about the Right and conservatives is that they fail recognize that political alliances has changed over a century of time. I supposed that my great grandfather probably voted for Republicans as the "party of Lincoln" in 1919, if he were able to vote.

                Nobody denies that the Democrats in their history has had a sordid record, but that is not the case, today, and its not about 1919.

                Or even about 1964. The national Democratic Party was becoming progressive with Kennedy/Johnson, while Democrat controlled state and local governments in the south still clung to a racist agenda.

                The nomination of Barry Goldwater and his agenda in 1964 made it clear the direction the GOP was going to take, give a litttle support to civil rights bills on one hand while undoing it all and turning back the clock with a "Barry Goldwater" on the other.

                What hasn't changed since 1919, with the noted exception of conservatives and their ideas?

                1. Sharlee01 profile image84
                  Sharlee01posted 12 months agoin reply to this

                  I gave sources to dispute Cranks assumptions that it was the Democrats that gave women the right to vote. And also offered info on how the Republicans had a substantial part in bringing about the 1964 civil Rights Bill in regards to percentages of votes. History offers concrete proof that the Republican party has clearly benefited black Americans throughout our history. I offered a history lesson only due to her recollection of who did what baffled me. 

                  "the Right and conservatives is that they fail recognize that political alliances has changed over a century of time."

                  I don't think conservatives have not recognized that political alliances have changed. I think we are scratching our heads on why? 

                  I still have not really been able to understand how you feel the Dem party has really done anything to help the many problems Black American's have today. I am not in any way implying that the Republicans have done much either. I will say the Dems use great phycological warfare to keep the black vote.

                  IMO this new crew of Dems is really doing blacks a disservice in how they are portraying them.  Racism is being stoked, and what's sad it's being stoked on purpose to cause division. And the ploy is working well from where I sit I see and hear almost daily. I feel like I am back in the '60s.

                  I want to point something out that is easy to note if one really listens The Dem media continue to refer to those on the right or should I say republicans as racist. Pointing out vague words or vague actions that are rarely based on fact.  They keep that undercurrent streaming 24/7.  Turning that thorn in the side so to say.  I note that this kind of bias is really not practiced on Fox and some internet outlets.  Fox does not delve into race-baiting.  I don't think we on right realistically feel the quality is what it should be But was it moving in the right direction until Trump came along and rocked the Dems to the core.  They have big-time pulled out the race-baiting card. They were in no way, after so much work going to lose the black vote. But was it all at the expense of the Black people? 

                  I think conservatives do keep many of the same values and ideologies. IMO they work and provide a steady, peaceful existence.

                  1. Credence2 profile image80
                    Credence2posted 12 months agoin reply to this

                    OK, Sharlee, here is an example
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                    The American Families Plan would provide universal preschool to all 3- and 4-year-olds, as well as two years of free community college. Both programs would be available regardless of income. The plan would also extend the expansion of the federal child tax credit in the American Rescue Plan through 2025 and permanently make the tax credit fully refundable.

                    It would also ensure that low- and middle-income families did not pay more than 7 percent of their incomes on child care, which could entirely wipe out the cost for some of the poorest Americans. The plan would also establish a national paid leave program that would provide up to $4,000 a month for 12 weeks for parental, family or personal leave.

                    -------

                    When we talk about structural racism, the commitment to assist families not born with silver spoons in the mouth with the opportunity to prepare their children with theadvantages of pre kindergarten education is to our advantage.

                    The commitment to provide no cost 2 years of community college education helps to level the playing field and I considerate it a form of reparation that is available to everyone. Giving everybody an opportunity to better themselves regardless of income is certainly to my advantage.

                    Dealing with the issue of affordable childcare could well bring a lot of those off from welfare and on the path of productive citizenship. We invest in people rather than 2 trillion dollar dodo birds. I see that as an advantage.

                    Republicans want to limit the proposed changes to only infrastructure, but  they shot Obama down over similar proposals over 10 years ago. So, who is going to believe them?

                    While the Republicans spew warm bromides, the Democrats get to the root of thing with programs that actually address the problem.

                    Regardless of conservatives cries of socialism, I think that this is a step forward.

                    That is how the Democrats earn my respect and allegiance and the overwhelming support of my fellows.

                    Consequently, I am most pleased with President Biden.

                    As for change of political alliances, FDR is the start of it.

                    The only constant is change, to cling to buggy whips and horse drawn ice delivery trucks contradicts peaceful existence.

  3. Readmikenow profile image96
    Readmikenowposted 12 months ago

    So, the Democrat congressman believes he should resign after calling Senator Tim Scott an "oreo."  What do the Democrats do?  They refuse to accept his resignation.  I suppose this tells you all you need to know about how the Democrat party feels about people in power making racial slurs against black men.

    "Texas Dem Party Leader Calls Tim Scott Racial Slur, Then Resigns. Texas Dems Won’t Accept His Resignation."

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/texas-de … esignation

    1. Sharlee01 profile image84
      Sharlee01posted 12 months agoin reply to this

      IT very clearly shows the Democrats in Government think there are two standards. One for them, and one for Republicans. My God, could you even imagine if Trump or any Republican representative used such a slur, perhaps calling Obama an Oreo?   They would be screaming Impeach! LOL

      IMO  the MAJORITY of Dems in Washington are not only flagrant hypocrites, they are slime... Pure rotten slime.

 
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