On Monday afternoon, MSNBC anchor Ayman Mohyeldin invited on fellow cable host and leftist race-baiter Al Sharpton to assault Republican South Carolina Senator Tim Scott for daring to say that “America isn’t a racist nation” throughout a response to President Biden’s handle to Congress.
“Rev, let me ask you about one thing that’s made some information over the previous couple days…you referred to as out South Carolina Republican Senator Tim Scott for saying that America isn’t a racist nation,” Mohyeldin talked about to Sharpton through the 3:00 p.m. ET hour. Teeing up his colleague to scold Scott and exploit the loss of life of a North Carolina black man throughout a police encounter, Mohyeldin requested: “What’s your message to Senator Scott on the day of Andrew Brown’s funeral?”
Sharpton, who delivered the eulogy at Brown’s funeral simply hours earlier, wailed:
The day of Andrew Brown’s funeral I say to Senator Scott, what are you speaking about? Are you speaking about Individuals will not be racist? Actually not all Individuals will not be racist. However whenever you take care of the systemic racism on this nation, from its inception to the inequality that’s nonetheless there now, from ranges of unemployment to schooling, to the legal justice system, to mass incarceration, how are you going to say that it’s nonetheless not based mostly on racism?
Regardless of being notorious for his personal incendiary racial bomb-throwing, Sharpton had the audacity to lecture Scott: “So he wants to differentiate, what’s he speaking about? Is he speaking concerning the American folks or is he speaking a couple of system that’s nonetheless rendering unequal and unfair outcomes?”
Somewhat than problem the assertions of his fellow MSNBC persona, Mohyeldin merely thanked him for the partisan rhetoric: “Alright. Reverend Al Sharpton, thanks, once more, for becoming a member of us along with your insights. At all times respect it, Rev.”
Over the weekend, on his Saturday version of PoliticsNation, Sharpton additionally took time to tear Scott, noting: “Republicans gave their solely black senator, Tim Scott, of South Carolina, the powerful job of responding to the president, and he couldn’t stay constant in his criticisms.”
After taking part in soundbites of Scott recalling particular person situations of discrimination whereas additionally stating that “America isn’t a racist nation,” Sharpton cynically pretended that it was unimaginable for each issues to be true: “Except Scott was adopted and discriminated in opposition to someplace else, it looks like he was describing his personal experiences of racism on this nation. Then contradicting himself simply moments later.”
By some means on MSNBC it’s extra controversial for a Republican Senator to defend the nation in opposition to accusations of racism than it’s for knowledgeable charlatan like Sharpton to use racial divisions.
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