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Saturday, February 11, 2017
Liberal Tolerance: Sen. Tim Scott Reads His Hate Mail On Senate Floor For Supporting Sessions As AG
By Matt Vespa
Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ nomination process was
not smooth. It was fraught with political games and gimmicks that delayed his
committee vote and his final confirmation vote.
Alas, on Wednesday night, he
was confirmed to be our top legal enforcer by a 52-47 vote; Sen. Joe Manchin
(D-WV) broke with Democrats to vote for Sessions.
Yet, while the attorney
general took heat, Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), the Senate’s only black Republican
who supported his nomination, was bombarded by racist tweets by the Left.
Scott took to the Senate floor to deliver his remarks,
where he referenced the hate that’s been hurled at him, even repeating some of
the greatest hits, while keeping the ones calling him the n-word off the
As a black conservative Republican, he knew that such hate would be
hurled at him. “I’m used to being attacked,” he said. “It comes with the
territory” (via Politico):
30-minute speech, which prompted congratulatory statements by Republicans and
Democrats, was a distillation of the backlash he has received for supporting
Sessions, who has faced accusations of racism for more than 30 years:
are an Uncle Tom, Scott. You’re for Sessions. How does a black man turn on his
own,” Scott said, reading criticisms of himself on social media. "Tim
Scott ... doesn’t have a shred of honor. He’s a House Negro like the one in
added, “I left out all the ones that used the ‘n-word.’ Just felt like that
would not be appropriate.”
Besides being called a disgrace to his race, Scott noted
that since he’s viewed as being no ally of liberal America, he is therefore an
enemy of black people. You all know this—it’s identity politics at its most
So, while people say that Sessions is a racist, for which there is zero
substantive evidence to support such a claim unlike the late Sen. Robert Byrd’s
(D-WV) membership in the Ku Klux Klan, they should probably look at what’s
hurled at conservatives that happen to be people of color.
“House negro.” I would say that’s—what’s the word—oh,
Also, it's the Senate GOP that have diverse staffs, not
the Democrats. Scott has a black chief of staff, which is a rarity among Senate
Democrats. He also mentioned this fact in his remarks.
"My chief of staff, the only — until three weeks ago, the only African-American chief of staff in the United States Senate out
of a 100 is the chief of staff for a Republican," he said. "The
second African-American chief of staff in the United States Senate is the chief
of staff of a Republican."
Democrats seem to be all talk, no action on the issue of
inclusion and diversity.
Senate Dems Scramble After Report Shows The Most
‘Diverse’ Staff Is Actually Republican
By Amber Randall
Senate Democrats are under pressure to bring more
diversity to their offices, after a report came out accusing the party of “soft
Despite sounding the clarion call for more diversity and
aggressively pursuing even the slightest whiff of racial bigotry over the last
year, Dems are apparently scrambling to mix up the whiteness in their offices,
Politico’s Playbook covered today in a short blurb.
On top of having no minority chiefs of staff, less than
three percent of blacks and Latinos have senior staff positions in Senate
Democrats’ offices, according to a 2015 report from the Joint Center for
Political and Economic Studies.
Now, Senate Democrats are under pressure to fix their
diversity issues as activists and civil rights groups mobilize against them.
Some civil rights groups plan to hold a conference call Thursday to campaign
for more diversity in Senate Democrats’ offices.
Liberal Democrats Demean Black Republicans With Racial
Slurs And Racist Imagery
By Frances Rice
The following are just a few of the despicable racist slurs and images of black Republicans by Democrats, reminiscent of the racial stereotyping used by Democrats during the days of slavery and segregation.
"Is you their black-haired answer-mammy who be smart? Does they like how you shine their shoes, Condoleezza? Or the way you wash and park the whitey's cars?" – Left-wing radio host Neil Rogers
Blacks and Hispanics are "too busy eating watermelons and tacos" to learn how to read and write." – Mike Wallace, CBS News. Source: Newsmax
"A handkerchief-head, chicken-and-biscuit-eating Uncle Tom." [About Justice Clarence Thomas] – Spike Lee
"Republicans bring out Colin Powell and J.C. Watts because they have no program, no policy. They have no love and no joy. They'd rather take pictures with black children than feed them." – Donna Brazile, Al Gore's Campaign Manager for the 2000 Election and former acting DNC Chair
Former Maryland Lieutenant Governor and
Former RNC Chair Michael Steele
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas
Former Secretary of State General Colin Powell
Former Secretary of State Dr. Condoleezza Rice
(Published in The Washington Post)
Judge Janice Rogers Brown
Federal Judge on the United States Court of Appeals
District of Columbia Circuit
(Published in The Washington Post)
Army Lieutenant Colonel And Former Member of the U.S. House of Representatives