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Lamar County Democratic Party chair Gary O’Connor announced his resignation after calling South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott a racial slur in a Facebook postLamar County Democratic Party chair Gary O’Connor announced his resignation after calling South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott a racial slur in a Facebook post

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The Rev. Al Sharpton on Monday argued that "the practice of America was built on racism," while addressing GOP Sen.The Rev. Al Sharpton on Monday argued that "the practice of America was built on racism," while addressing GOP Sen.

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The Rev. Al Sharpton on Monday argued that "the practice of America was built on racism," while addressing GOP Sen.The Rev. Al Sharpton on Monday argued that "the practice of America was built on racism," while addressing GOP Sen.

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One line in Sen. Tim Scott’s response to President Joe Biden’s address was so effective that top Democrats have begun to use it, with some qualifications, themselves.

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Let’s see, he has already spent $1.9 trillion, plans to spend another $4.1 trillion and pretty soon we are talking about real money.Let’s see, he has already spent $1.9 trillion, plans to spend another $4.1 trillion and pretty soon we are talking about real money.

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Welcome back to “Forgotten Fact-Checks,” a weekly column produced by National Review’s News Desk. This week we have President Biden’s mistruths during his first address to a joint session of Congress, Democrats’ racist attacks on Senator Tim Scott, and USA Today’s stealth edits on Stacey Abrams’s behalf. As we noted in our first edition, the Washington Post and other outlets incessantly fact-checked Donald Trump’s presidency. Now, the Post says it will give up on cataloguing Biden’s lies after his first 100 days in office. Here's the Biden database — which we do not plan to extend beyond 100 days. I have learned my lesson. https://t.co/qK42PRlnrS — Glenn Kessler (@GlennKesslerWP) April 27, 2021 As NR’s staff pointed out, Biden’s first congressional speech on Wednesday — which received the lowest TV viewership in 28 years — included more than a few falsehoods. The president called out Senate Republicans for stalling progress on gun control, saying lax gun laws have led to “daily bloodshed.” He argued that the expiration of the assault-weapons bans “in the early 2000s” caused an increase in violence. However, gun violence continued to decline even after the ban expired in 2004. Even while the ban was in effect, the country was not free of shootings, as NR’s Jim Geraghty noted, the Columbine High School massacre, the Long Island Rail Road shooting, and the Atlanta day-trading shooting all occurred while the ban was in effect. In his speech, the president also touted his infrastructure and families plans, which he said he plans to fund by taxing corporate America and the wealthiest 1 percent. He claimed that he “will not impose any tax increase on anyone making less than $400k.” But, as it turns out, “anyone” is a deceptive claim — as White House press secretary Jen Psaki has explained, the $400,000 threshold refers to households, not individuals. Biden also claimed that Medicare could save “hundreds of billions of dollars” by negotiating drug prices, though the Congressional Budget Office has said that “providing broad negotiating authority by itself would likely have a negligible effect on federal spending.” Biden just claimed that Medicare could save “hundreds of billions of dollars” by negotiating drug prices. CBO has concluded “providing broad negotiating authority by itself would likely have a negligible effect on federal spending.” https://t.co/4SBSAIMhAS — Philip Klein (@philipaklein) April 29, 2021 The president said, “We kept our commitment — Democrats and Republicans — of sending $1,400 rescue checks to 85 percent of American households.” However, the American Rescue Plan, which delivered the checks, was hardly a bipartisan effort, with Democrats using budget reconciliation to pass the measure without any Republican support. Biden also made some dubious claims about the economy, saying he had inherited the “worst economic crisis since the Great Depression” and created “more jobs in the first 100 days than any president on record.” Philip Klein noted that last spring the unemployment rate reached an abysmal 13.3 percent when the pandemic first hit, but by the time Biden took office in January 2021 it had been cut to 6.3 percent, a lower figure than was seen during the first five years of the Obama-Biden administration. The real GDP had also already been on the rise after a severe decrease in last year’s second quarter. On the second point, the Associated Press notes that hiring has accelerated “as vaccinations have picked up, states and cities ease business restrictions, and Americans have started to venture out more.” While the $1.9 trillion COVID response package approved in March certainly helped, the economy would be on the rise in any case given the low benchmark set by last year’s severe COVID contraction. * * * After Biden finished delivering his at-times misleading address, Senator Tim Scott (R., S.C.) gave the GOP rebuttal. Scott, the only African-American Republican in the Senate, said in his speech that “America is not a racist country,” causing progressives to lose their minds. (Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler continues to defend his much-maligned dive into Scott’s family history, based on a recent NPR appearance). On Saturday, MSNBC’s Tiffany Cross accused Scott of being “thirsty for white approval” and said that the senator is one of few black Americans who could be characterized as “sleepy, slow-witted sufferers of Stockholm Syndrome.” She said he sounded like a “stone fool” in saying the country is not racist and said if he had ever been a slave, he would have been among those who “Harriet Tubman left behind.” Meanwhile, a Democratic official in Texas is facing calls to resign after calling Scott an “oreo,” a slur that refers to a black person who is seen as “having adopted the attitudes, values and behavior thought to be characteristic of middle-class white society, often at the expense of his or her own heritage,” according to Dictionary.com. .@TiffanyDCross gives *her* rebuttal to Senator Tim Scott's comments on race in America. #CrossConnection pic.twitter.com/B8Sx3tSjYn — The Cross Connection with Tiffany Cross (@CrossConnection) May 1, 2021 Yet the Democratic double standard was on full display Thursday when Vice President Kamala Harris suffered virtually no blowback for agreeing with Scott that America is not a “racist country.” “Well, first of all, no, I don’t think America is a racist country, but we also do have to speak the truth about the history of racism in our country and its existence today,” said Harris, the United States’ first black and first Indian American vice president. The Headline Fail of the Week NBC News is back: “In bitterly divided election in Southlake, Texas, opponents of anti-racism education win big.” Ah, yes, the “bitterly divided election” which saw one side win “every race by about 70 percent to 30 percent.” Media Misses USA Today is under fire for allowing Democrat Stacey Abrams to substantially edit a voting-rights op-ed after its publication in order to downplay her support for boycotts. On April 6, she removed a line from the op-ed, which was originally published on March 31, saying “she can’t argue” with those who would boycott Georgia businesses, and instead wrote: “Rather than accept responsibility for their craven actions, Republican leaders blame me and others who have championed voting rights (and actually read the bill).” In the updated version, Abrams writes that “boycotts invariably cost jobs,” and that “instead of a boycott, I strongly urge other events and productions to do business in Georgia and speak out against our law and similar proposals in other states.” An editor’s note alerting readers to the changes wasn’t added for over two weeks, on April 22, reports NR’s Ryan Mills.Welcome back to “Forgotten Fact-Checks,” a weekly column produced by National Review’s News Desk. This week we have President Biden’s mistruths during his first address to a joint session of Congress, Democrats’ racist attacks on Senator Tim Scott, and USA Today’s stealth edits on Stacey Abrams’s behalf. As we noted in our first edition, the Washington Post and other outlets incessantly fact-checked Donald Trump’s presidency. Now, the Post says it will give up on cataloguing Biden’s lies after his first 100 days in office. Here's the Biden database — which we do not plan to extend beyond 100 days. I have learned my lesson. https://t.co/qK42PRlnrS — Glenn Kessler (@GlennKesslerWP) April 27, 2021 As NR’s staff pointed out, Biden’s first congressional speech on Wednesday — which received the lowest TV viewership in 28 years — included more than a few falsehoods. The president called out Senate Republicans for stalling progress on gun control, saying lax gun laws have led to “daily bloodshed.” He argued that the expiration of the assault-weapons bans “in the early 2000s” caused an increase in violence. However, gun violence continued to decline even after the ban expired in 2004. Even while the ban was in effect, the country was not free of shootings, as NR’s Jim Geraghty noted, the Columbine High School massacre, the Long Island Rail Road shooting, and the Atlanta day-trading shooting all occurred while the ban was in effect. In his speech, the president also touted his infrastructure and families plans, which he said he plans to fund by taxing corporate America and the wealthiest 1 percent. He claimed that he “will not impose any tax increase on anyone making less than $400k.” But, as it turns out, “anyone” is a deceptive claim — as White House press secretary Jen Psaki has explained, the $400,000 threshold refers to households, not individuals. Biden also claimed that Medicare could save “hundreds of billions of dollars” by negotiating drug prices, though the Congressional Budget Office has said that “providing broad negotiating authority by itself would likely have a negligible effect on federal spending.” Biden just claimed that Medicare could save “hundreds of billions of dollars” by negotiating drug prices. CBO has concluded “providing broad negotiating authority by itself would likely have a negligible effect on federal spending.” https://t.co/4SBSAIMhAS — Philip Klein (@philipaklein) April 29, 2021 The president said, “We kept our commitment — Democrats and Republicans — of sending $1,400 rescue checks to 85 percent of American households.” However, the American Rescue Plan, which delivered the checks, was hardly a bipartisan effort, with Democrats using budget reconciliation to pass the measure without any Republican support. Biden also made some dubious claims about the economy, saying he had inherited the “worst economic crisis since the Great Depression” and created “more jobs in the first 100 days than any president on record.” Philip Klein noted that last spring the unemployment rate reached an abysmal 13.3 percent when the pandemic first hit, but by the time Biden took office in January 2021 it had been cut to 6.3 percent, a lower figure than was seen during the first five years of the Obama-Biden administration. The real GDP had also already been on the rise after a severe decrease in last year’s second quarter. On the second point, the Associated Press notes that hiring has accelerated “as vaccinations have picked up, states and cities ease business restrictions, and Americans have started to venture out more.” While the $1.9 trillion COVID response package approved in March certainly helped, the economy would be on the rise in any case given the low benchmark set by last year’s severe COVID contraction. * * * After Biden finished delivering his at-times misleading address, Senator Tim Scott (R., S.C.) gave the GOP rebuttal. Scott, the only African-American Republican in the Senate, said in his speech that “America is not a racist country,” causing progressives to lose their minds. (Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler continues to defend his much-maligned dive into Scott’s family history, based on a recent NPR appearance). On Saturday, MSNBC’s Tiffany Cross accused Scott of being “thirsty for white approval” and said that the senator is one of few black Americans who could be characterized as “sleepy, slow-witted sufferers of Stockholm Syndrome.” She said he sounded like a “stone fool” in saying the country is not racist and said if he had ever been a slave, he would have been among those who “Harriet Tubman left behind.” Meanwhile, a Democratic official in Texas is facing calls to resign after calling Scott an “oreo,” a slur that refers to a black person who is seen as “having adopted the attitudes, values and behavior thought to be characteristic of middle-class white society, often at the expense of his or her own heritage,” according to Dictionary.com. .@TiffanyDCross gives *her* rebuttal to Senator Tim Scott's comments on race in America. #CrossConnection pic.twitter.com/B8Sx3tSjYn — The Cross Connection with Tiffany Cross (@CrossConnection) May 1, 2021 Yet the Democratic double standard was on full display Thursday when Vice President Kamala Harris suffered virtually no blowback for agreeing with Scott that America is not a “racist country.” “Well, first of all, no, I don’t think America is a racist country, but we also do have to speak the truth about the history of racism in our country and its existence today,” said Harris, the United States’ first black and first Indian American vice president. The Headline Fail of the Week NBC News is back: “In bitterly divided election in Southlake, Texas, opponents of anti-racism education win big.” Ah, yes, the “bitterly divided election” which saw one side win “every race by about 70 percent to 30 percent.” Media Misses USA Today is under fire for allowing Democrat Stacey Abrams to substantially edit a voting-rights op-ed after its publication in order to downplay her support for boycotts. On April 6, she removed a line from the op-ed, which was originally published on March 31, saying “she can’t argue” with those who would boycott Georgia businesses, and instead wrote: “Rather than accept responsibility for their craven actions, Republican leaders blame me and others who have championed voting rights (and actually read the bill).” In the updated version, Abrams writes that “boycotts invariably cost jobs,” and that “instead of a boycott, I strongly urge other events and productions to do business in Georgia and speak out against our law and similar proposals in other states.” An editor’s note alerting readers to the changes wasn’t added for over two weeks, on April 22, reports NR’s Ryan Mills.

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WASHINGTON (SBG) – Sen. Tim Scott, R-S. C. , delivered a rebuttal speech after President Joe Biden gave a joint address to Congress last week. Scott, one of three Black members of the Senate and the only Black Republican, rejected many of Biden’s policy proposals and criticized ongoing complaints from progressives that America is systemically racist. Scott specifically mentioned a growing concern that kids are hearing the country is racist and learning it from educators.WASHINGTON (SBG) – Sen. Tim Scott, R-S. C. , delivered a rebuttal speech after President Joe Biden gave a joint address to Congress last week. Scott, one of three Black members of the Senate and the only Black Republican, rejected many of Biden’s policy proposals and criticized ongoing complaints from progressives that America is systemically racist. Scott specifically mentioned a growing concern that kids are hearing the country is racist and learning it from educators.

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Racially charged backlash against Republican senator continues

By Charles M. Blow, Last Sunday, Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina added himself to the long list of Republicans who have denied the existence of systemic racism in this country. Graham said on “Fox New Sunday” that “our systems are not racist. America’s not a racist country.” Graham argued that the country can’t be racist because both Barack Obama and Kamala Harris hadBy Charles M. Blow, Last Sunday, Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina added himself to the long list of Republicans who have denied the existence of systemic racism in this country. Graham said on

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After Kamala Harris voice comments in agreement with Senator Tim Scott's statement from last week where he shared his belief that America wasn't inherently a racist nation, comedienne Amanda Seales recently shared her opinion on what the Vice President had to say.After Kamala Harris voice comments in agreement with Senator Tim Scott’s statement from last week where he shared his belief that America wasn’t inherently a racist nation, comedienne A…

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After a week of vicious personal attacks on Sen. Tim Scott, it’s time to step back and ask what’s really going on here. Why such ferocious pushback after...After a week of vicious personal attacks on Sen. Tim Scott, it’s time to step back and ask what’s really going on here. Why such ferocious pushback after...

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Those familiar with actress and social justice activist Amanda Seales, know she presents herself as having a zero-tolerance policy for minimizingThose familiar with actress and social justice activist Amanda Seales, know she presents herself as having a zero-tolerance policy for minimizing

‘She Embarrassed Everyone Who Supported Her’: Amanda Seales Hits Back at VP Kamala Harris for Saying America Isn't a Racist Country

Texas Democrat Gary O'Connor has come under fire after calling Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., an Oreo, after he delivered his party's rebuttal to President Joe Biden's recent address to a joint session of Congress. According to...Texas Democrat Gary O'Connor has come under fire after calling Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., an "Oreo," after he delivered his party's rebuttal to President Joe Biden's recent address to a joint session of Congress. According to...

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I got a second dose Saturday. I was bed-ridden Sunday. I'm feeling better today, but writing is hard labor. I won't do the usual dissection of recent events. I'll instead swing for the fences and see what happens. Even if I strike out, it might prove to be useful.The president and the vice president...I got a second dose Saturday. I was bed-ridden Sunday. I'm feeling better today, but writing is hard labor. I won't do the usual dissection of recent events. I'll instead swing for the fences and see what happens. Even if I strike out, it might prove to be useful.The president and the vice president...

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Sky News host Paul Murray says the “far-left racists” in the US showed themselves when Black Republican Senator Tim Scott did not “sing from the BLM song sheet”. Rising South Carolina Senator Tim Scott made waves following President Joe Biden’s first address to a join session of congress after he declared America was “not a racist country”. “It’s backwards to fight discrimination with different types of discrimination, and it’s wrong to try and use our painful past to dishonestly shutdown debates in the present,” Senator Scott said. Mr Murray said the Senator copped vitriolic abuse from the left after his speech. “The far-left racists in the US who practice their trade all day everyday with absolute impunity, they showed themselves,” he said. “These people are creepy, they are genuinely creepy.” Sky News host Paul Murray says the “far-left racists” in the US showed themselves when Black Republican Senator Tim Scott did not “sing from the BLM song sheet”. Rising South Carolina Senator Tim Scott made waves following President Joe Biden’s first address to a join session of congress after he declared America was “not a racist country”. “It’s backwards to fight discrimination with different types of discrimination, and it’s wrong to try and use our painful past to dishonestly shutdown debates in the present,” Senator Scott said. Mr Murray said the Senator copped vitriolic abuse from the left after his speech. “The far-left racists in the US who practice their trade all day everyday with absolute impunity, they showed themselves,” he said. “These people are creepy, they are genuinely creepy.”

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According to reports, a white Democrat in Texas is under fire for reportedly calling a Black Republican senator named Tim Scott “an Oreo.”According to reports, a white Democrat in Texas is under fire for reportedly calling a Black Republican senator named Tim Scott “an Oreo.”

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A big talking point for the current incarnation of the GOP is that racism doesn't exist. During his recent address to America, Joe Biden talked about systemic racism and how the country might combat the

WATCH: Tim Scott Argues That Systemic Racism Doesn't Exist by Saying He's Been Pulled Over for Being Black 18 Times

"Hear me clearly: America is not a racist country.""Hear me clearly: America is not a racist country."

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"Hear me clearly: America is not a racist country.""Hear me clearly: America is not a racist country."

Biden vs. Biden on 'Is America a Racist Country?' by Pat Buchanan

Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) on Sunday stood by his remark arguing that “America is not a racist country” during his rebuttal to President Biden’s address to Congress…Scott Stands By Controversial 'America Is Not A Racist Country' Remark

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A Texas Democratic official who referred to Republican Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) as an “oreo” is resigning his post in the face of backlash for his racist comment. Lamar County Democratic A Texas Democratic official who referred to Republican Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) as an “oreo” is resigning his post in the face of backlash for his racist comment. Lamar County Democratic

Texas Dem Who Called Tim Scott an 'Oreo With No Principles' Resigns as County Party Chair by Reagan McCarthy

A Texas Democratic official who referred to Republican Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) as an “oreo” is resigning his post in the face of backlash for his racist comment. Lamar County Democratic A Texas Democratic official who referred to Republican Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) as an “oreo” is resigning his post in the face of backlash for his racist comment. Lamar County Democratic

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NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Washington Post journalist Glenn Kessler about his recent piece looking at the Republican senator's background.NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Washington Post journalist Glenn Kessler about his recent piece looking at the Republican senator's background.

Journalist Digs Into Sen. Tim Scott's 'Tidy' Origin Story After Comments On Racism : NPR

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Ugly: White Democratic Official Uses Racial Slur Against Tim Scott by Guy Benson

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Ugly: White Democratic Official Uses Racial Slur Against Tim Scott by Guy Benson

On Monday, Reverend Al Sharpton delivered the eulogy at the funeral for Andrew Brown Jr., a black man who died last week following an encounter with law enforcement. Sharpton used the opportunity to speak out against Republican Senator of South Carolina Tim Scott’s message in the GOP rebuttal to President Joe Biden’s first address to Congress.On Monday, Reverend Al Sharpton delivered the eulogy at the funeral for Andrew Brown Jr., a black man who died last week following an encounter with law enforcement. Sharpton used the opportunity to speak out against Republican Senator of South Carolina Tim Scott’s message in the GOP rebuttal to President Joe Biden’s first address to Congress.

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Sen. Tim Scott said that the Democrats' solution of taking "from some to give to others" to fight racism doesn't work.Sen. Tim Scott said that the Democrats' solution of taking "from some to give to others" to fight racism doesn't work.

Sen. Tim Scott Expands on 'America Is Not Racist' Comments on CBS

On Saturday morning, Tiffany Cross put on display the hatred against black conservatives that is tolerated by the liberal media as the MSNBC host gave a commentary aiming more offensive words at Republican Senator Tim Scott than she would have ever publicly used against any white conservative.On Saturday morning, Tiffany Cross put on display the hatred against black conservatives that is tolerated by the liberal media as the MSNBC host gave a commentary aiming more offensive words at Republican Senator Tim Scott than she would have ever publicly used against any white conservative.

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Listen up, fellow conservatives, I have a great new method for how we should go about picking winning candidates: Keep a very close eye on which Republicans draw the most irrational hate from the left.Listen up, fellow conservatives, I have a great new method for how we should go about picking winning candidates: Keep a very close eye on which Republicans draw the most irrational hate from the l…

Curley: The left's Tim Scott meltdown gives conservatives some important information

And where was the uproar when Bill Maher questioned the “born that way” dogma, stating, “Wasn't always sure about the man-woman thing, but low capital gains taxes — born that way.”And where was the uproar when Bill Maher questioned the “born that way” dogma, stating, “Wasn't always sure about the man-woman thing, but low capital gains taxes — born that way.”

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Leading the discussion was Republican South Carolina Senator Tim Scott and Democrats New Jersey Senator Cory Booker and California Congresswoman Karen Bass as they met with families impacted by police violence on Capitol Hill.Leading the discussion was Republican South Carolina Senator Tim Scott and Democrats New Jersey Senator Cory Booker and California Congresswoman Karen Bass as they met with families impacted by pol…

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South Carolina Senator Tim Scott has faced countless attacks since his nationally televised rebuttal to President Joe Biden’s speech before... View Article

Texas Dem official faces resignation calls for referring to Tim Scott as an 'oreo' - Sara A. Carter

South Carolina Senator Tim Scott has faced countless attacks since his nationally televised rebuttal to President Joe Biden’s speech before... View Article

Texas Dem official faces resignation calls for referring to Tim Scott as an ‘oreo’ - Sara A. Carter

Kamala Harris said that 'America isn't a racist country' on Good Morning America, this week. Vice President Kamala Harris said that she doesn't think America...Kamala Harris said that 'America isn't a racist country' on Good Morning America, this week. Vice President Kamala Harris said that she doesn't think America is a racist country in an interview with Good Morning America's George Stephanopoulos, earlier this week. 'No, I don't think America is a raci...

VP Kamala Harris Says "America Isn't A Racist Country," But Acknowledges Racist History

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Senator Tim Scott is defending himself against the racist responses he’s receiving from some Democrats following his rebuttal to Biden.Senator Tim Scott is defending himself against the racist responses he’s receiving from some Democrats following his rebuttal to Biden.

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GOP Texas Rep. Pat Fallon: "Gary O’Connor’s comment against Senator Tim Scott is abhorrent, insulting, and unforgivable. Both he and the entire Lamar County Democratic Party should be ashamed of this racist behavior"GOP Texas Rep. Pat Fallon: "Gary O’Connor’s comment against Senator Tim Scott is abhorrent, insulting, and unforgivable. Both he and the entire Lamar County Democratic Party should be ashamed of this racist behavior"

Texas Dem. Party County Chair Facing Calls To Resign For Using Racial Slur Against Sen. Tim Scott

GOP Texas Rep. Pat Fallon: "Gary O’Connor’s comment against Senator Tim Scott is abhorrent, insulting, and unforgivable. Both he and the entire Lamar County Democratic Party should be ashamed of this racist behavior"GOP Texas Rep. Pat Fallon: "Gary O’Connor’s comment against Senator Tim Scott is abhorrent, insulting, and unforgivable. Both he and the entire Lamar County Democratic Party should be ashamed of this racist behavior"

Texas Dem. Party County Chair Facing Calls To Resign For Using Racial Slur Against Sen. Tim Scott

​Sen. Tim Scott on Sunday defended declaring "America is not a racist country" in his rebuttal to President Biden's address to Congress -- and said the US cannot replace one type of discrimination with another. ​Sen. Tim Scott on Sunday defended declaring “America is not a racist country” in his rebuttal to President Biden’s address to Congress — and said the US cannot replace one...

Sen. Tim Scott says US can't replace 'bigotry with bigotry'