Senator Tim Scott from South Carolina went VIRAL the other day when he rode on Capitol Grounds on an electric scooter.
When the South Carolina Senator posted the video, he paired it to the infamous 2009 rap song from “Riding” sung by Chamillionaire and featuring Krayzie Bone.
The post took a jab at the crazy media outlets who unfairly report Tim Scott often. “Scootin’ past the press corps like… ” the Senator’s caption said.
Watch the HILARIOUS video in his tweet below:
Scootin’ past the press corps like… 🛴💨 pic.twitter.com/5qpNZaBSAc
— Tim Scott (@SenatorTimScott) June 23, 2021
Many people came together putting politics aside and praising Tim Scott for his hilarious post.
“I deplore your politics, but this is an A+ tweet sir,” one Twitter user wrote despite being on the opposite side of the political spectrum.
“Senator Scooter Scott,” another Twitter user wrote giving Tim Scott a much better nickname than the Democrats who called him “Uncle Tim.”
That racial slur and extremely racist comment came from the Democrats after Tim Scott gave his rebuttal to Joe Biden’s joint address.
Tim Scott lashed out at the media during the time his rebuttal was being delivered. Mainly in part, due to the Washington Post’s attempt to “fact-check” Tim Scott’s family history.
Glenn Kessler, a fact-checker for the Washington Post, published the so-called ‘hit piece’ on Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina questioning if his family history was truly as awful as Tim Scott says.
Here’s just some of what the fact-check said.
“The tale of his grandfather fits in with a narrative of Scott moving up from humble circumstances to reach a position of political power in the U.S. Senate … But Scott separately has acknowledged that his great-great-grandfather, Lawrence Ware, once owned 900 acres in South Carolina.”
“Our research reveals a more complex story than what Scott tells audiences. Scott’s grandfather’s father was also a substantial landowner — and Scott’s grandfather, Artis Ware, worked on that farm … Scott’s family history in South Carolina offers a fascinating window into a little-known aspect of history in the racist South following the Civil War and in the immediate aftermath of slavery — that some enterprising Black families purchased property as a way to avoid sharecropping and achieve a measure of independence from White-dominated society.”
To read more about what the fact check said, CLICK HERE.
Tim Scott is used to the racist hypocrisy of the left and he addressed it in his rebuttal to Joe Biden as well. Here’s some of what he had to say:
“When America comes together, we’ve made tremendous progress, but powerful forces want to pull us apart … A hundred years ago, kids in classrooms were taught the color of their skin was their most important characteristic, and if they looked a certain way, they were inferior,” Senator Tim Scott said.
“You know this stuff is wrong. Hear me clearly: America is not a racist country … It’s backwards to fight discrimination with different types of discrimination, and it’s wrong to try to use our painful past to dishonestly shut down debates in the present,” the Senator from South Carolina went on to say.
To see more of what Tim Scott had to say in his SCORCHING address to Joe Biden, watch the video below:
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