WATCH: Tim Scott Dismantles ‘Systemic Racism’ In Epic Takedown On ‘The View’


On Monday’s appearance on “The View”, Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) slammed the notion that systemic racism remains a pervasive element in our society. When responding to questions about his beliefs, Scott unequivocally rejected the idea, passionately expressing his disbelief in the concept.

He highlighted the message being sent to young African-Americans, stating, “That is a dangerous, offensive, disgusting message to send to our young people today that the only way to succeed is by being the exception.”

“We’ve had an African-American president, African-American vice president, we’ve had two African-Americans to be secretaries of the state.” He also gave examples from his own city and state, saying, “In my home city, the police chief is an African-American who’s now running for mayor. The head of the Highway Patrol for South Carolina is an African-American.”


Scott presented data that showcased the progress America has made. “In 1975, there was about 15% employment in the African-American community. For the first time in the history of the country, it’s under 5%.”

“When my mother was born, about ten percent of African-Americans got a high school diploma. Today, it is over ninety percent… The challenges that we faced 50 years ago and 60 years ago should not be the same challenges that we face today.”

The liberal show has not been kind to the likes of Tim Scott and other black Republicans. A few weeks ago, Joy Behar was quoted as saying, “[Tim Scott’s] one of these guys… black Republican who believes in pulling yourself up by your bootstraps rather than, to me, understanding the systemic racism that African Americans face in this country and other minorities.”

She continued, “He doesn’t get it, neither does Clarence. And that’s why they’re Republicans.”


In May Tim Scott announced his intent to run for President in the 2024 election during a speech in Charleston, South Carolina.