If there’s anything the leftists at CNN hate more than conservatives, it is minorities that challenge their agenda.
They believe that they have a right to black America’s political opinions.
And CNN just went on a racist rant against a black Republican that will infuriate you.
CNN has been worshiping Joe Biden following his first address to Congress.
Despite it being perhaps the most partisan speech from a sitting President before Congress, they claimed that it was a unifying message.
He spent his time before Congress race-baiting, and calling for radical gun control, along with calls for massive increases in government spending.
At one point he stated that “white supremacy is terrorism” and implied that it was the most pressing threat facing our nation.
Biden and the radical Left consider their opposition white supremacists, including former President Donald Trump.
So it is a horrifying statement that shows that he is planning to use the government to crush dissent under the guise of fighting racism.
When Republican U.S. Senator Tim Scott gave the official Republican response to his address, he challenged Biden’s entire premise.
He pointed out that “American isn’t a racist country.”
Scott went on to point out that Democrat claims that voter integrity laws are not racist, and that Republicans simply want to make elections more secure.
“It’s backwards to fight discrimination with different discrimination,” Scott said. “And it’s wrong to try to use our painful past to dishonestly shut down debates in the present. I’m an African-American who has voted in the South all my life. I take voting rights personally. Republicans support making it easier to vote and harder to cheat.”
And naturally, this infuriated CNN.
CNN chief political correspondent Dana Bash attacked Scott, stating that by wanting secure elections, he is pushing for measures “worse than Jim Crow.”
“He’s the only black Republican in the United States Senate and talking about the Democrats attacking these voting restrictions that are being passed across the country and these states as Jim Crow – worse than Jim Crow and fighting back against that kind of rhetoric; was interesting but it’s actually – it’s not necessarily true.”
In reality, states like Georgia which are passing voter integrity laws are simply making elections more secure.
Claiming that requiring an ID to vote is racist is essentially claiming that black people are too uneducated to get IDs, which somebody like Tim Scott knows isn’t true, and in reality is a racist claim in itself.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.