Tim Scott: Biden’s Speech in Georgia Was ‘Insulting’ to Me as a Black Southerner

Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) slammed President Biden’s so-called voting rights speech in Georgia.

“His rhetoric is beyond disingenuous,” Scott tweeted Wednesday night. “As a Black southerner whose family lived through Jim Crow, it’s insulting.”

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Reacting to when Biden told a crowd in Atlanta on Tuesday that he was arrested during the Civil Rights movement, Scott told Fox News, “It’s offensive to me as a Southerner, but more importantly, it’s offensive to me as an American.”

The Republican senator told host Martha MacCallum his remarks were “disheartening” given “the importance of the civil rights movement.”

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“The fact that we have a president of these United States looking for a way to get laughs at a rally around lying to people about voting is just hard to digest,” Scott explained.

“I’m insulted that he refuses to recognize the tremendous progress made by Americans, not by Republicans or Democrats, not by Black folks or White folks, by Americans coming together to fight for the rights of every single man, woman to vote … how he missed the opportunity to shine the bright light on progress and instead used something that has been proven to be untrue time and time again,” Scott added.

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