Many of you may recall Senator Tim Scott’s (R, SC) response to President Joe Biden’s speech to a sparsely attended joint session of Congress last Wednesday.
Many of you may recall the vitriol and outright racist spew sprayed Scott’s way in response to the Senator’s statement
Hear me clearly. America is not a racist country.
There are a couple of things that really stand out about that shameful period.
One is that Jack Dorsey let that racism trend on his Twitter for 11 hours, carefully reaching for the trending’s peak damage before deciding to…detrend…the spew. That makes Dorsey’s and his social medium’s views on race and on blacks in particular crystalline.
Even more shameful, even more despicable than that, though, is this.
Even after all this time, neither black Progressive-Democratic Party Senator—Cory Booker (D, NJ) or Raphael Warnock (D, GA)—have said a word—not a syllable—in objection to, much less in condemnation of, that disgusting response to Scott’s statement.
Not a single black Representative in the House has spoken in condemnation, or even mild objection, to that racist treatment of Scott.
Not even any of the White Saviors of the Progressive-Democratic Party members of either house of Congress have spoken against the spew or in support of its target.
It’s clear that the Progressive-Democratic Party condones this blatantly racist behavior.
That’s disgusting, and it needs to be remembered in the fall of 2022.