The bogus narrative that President Trump is a racist has been promoted relentlessly for over four years now but a black GOP senator has had enough.
Frustrated with the big lie that is repeated constantly, South Carolina Senator Tim Scott pushed back against the hyenas in the media by defending the POTUS but don’t expect to see it on CNN.
During an appearance on Fox New’s “Ingraham Angle,” Scott broke out the bazooka of truth to blow a smoking hole in the propaganda which he largely attributed to Democrat fear that they are on the verge of losing large portions of the black vote.
According to Sen. Scott:
What you do smell — not hear, but smell — is fear. What you smell is fear on the left.
They have been consistently using the race card every single time there’s a presidential run.
You’ll hear, John McCain, racist. Mitt Romney, racist. Ronald Reagan, racist. George Bush, racist. W, racist.
Scott is exactly right.
Senator Scott went on to give a list of reasons why Trump is NOT a racist:
So without any question, you look at his legacy, it will be his accomplishments in office, frankly helping in many, many ways, African-Americans. Think about the fact that we’ve heard, we’ve all heard, about how low the African-American unemployment is, the lowest recorded in the history of the country.
But more importantly, a racist would never talk about criminal justice reform and how the benefits disproportionately help African-American men. President Trump signed that legislation into law. You would never hear a racist talk about Opportunity Zones and how he came onboard full throttle because he wanted to help poor, disadvantaged communities, most of them were consistently African-American and Hispanic communities.
You would not ever hear a racist — never would you hear a racist talk about providing more research authority, more resources, towards the sickle cell anemia, a disease that impacts disproportionately African Americans in this country. And yet President Trump signed that legislation
What you do smell — not hear, but smell — is fear. What you smell is fear on the left. They have been consistently using the race card every single time there’s a presidential run. You’ll hear, John McCain, racist. Mitt Romney, racist. Ronald Reagan, racist. George Bush, racist. W, racist.
Why do they continue to find that narrative? Because they understand that the lowest common denominator in politics is fear and division. President Trump has been able to deliver policies that have promoted, encouraged and inspired growth in the African-American community economically in a way that no president has done in the last 40 years. This president is not a racist.
Scott also blasted the 2020 Dems for the hypocrisy of not denouncing the vile racist language of a liberal radio host who said that Kentucky’s black candidate for attorney general needs to “stop eating the ‘coon flakes’ the White House is serving.”
The Democrats and their winged monkeys in the corrupt media have always been race-baiting liars but it is never been as extreme nor as dangerous as it is now. But absent of any policies outside of free health care for illegal immigrants, gun confiscation and the imposition of socialism using the Green New Deal, it is all they have.
It not only proves how desperate that they are but how Democrats themselves view blacks as intellectually inferior with their expectation that they can be easily manipulated by such blatant demagoguery that flies in the face of the facts.