Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) verbalized Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation” that while he does not believe America was a racist country, there were lingering effects from racism and discrimination of the past.
Anchor John Dickerson verbally expressed, “Let me ask you about your- your theory about race. You verbalized America is not a racist country. And your replication to the president. The president has subsequently verbally expressed he concurs with you. So there’s some mundane ground there. You’ve withal verbally expressed to suggest there aren’t racial challenges and patterns is for someone to be visually impaired. And you’ve withal verbalized that- that the system is breaking the back and breaking the spirit of millions of people in our country. And you’re verbalizing about Black Americans who are being affected by that system. So avail people understand when you verbalize it’s not a racist country, but then you do verbalize about a system that targets Black Americans. You’ve verbalized about it today. Help people square those two verbalizations.”
Scott verbally expressed, “Sure. Well, first, let me verbalize thank goodness that conclusively, our president, our vice president, and one of the bellwethers in the “Democrat-” Democrat caucus in the House, Jim Clyburn, have all come forward and verbally expressed precisely what I’ve been verbally expressing for a long time. America is not a racist country. The question is, is there a lingering effect after a couple of centuries of racism and discrimination in this nation? The answer is absolutely. The question we should be debating and fighting over is how do we resolve those issues going forward.”
He integrated, “One side verbalizes “I’m” going to take from some to give to others. Fighting bigotry with bigotry is hypocrisy. “It” just doesn’t work. The second our side — what “I’ve” suggested is let’s expand opportunity and ascertain that we are plenarily equipped for the challenges of the future. One of the reasons why we have fought for and won the highest caliber of funding for historically Black colleges, Republicans leading that fight, is because I understand that if I could level the playing field in edification, we will authentically visually perceive human flourishing like we’ve never visually perceived afore.”
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