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Tim Scott: Why Haven't 2020 Dems Spoken Out About That Racial Slur Against a KY Republican?

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Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) is demanding answers from the 2020 Democrats. In Kentucky, African-American Republican AG candidate Daniel Cameron was the victim of a Democrat's racial slur, yet not a single one of the Democratic presidential candidates has bothered to speak out about it. 


In an interview with the Louisville Courier-Journal, a liberal civil rights attorney named Dawn Elliott accused Cameron of eating "Coon Flakes" the White House is serving. 

She went on.

“Daniel is slapping all the black ancestors in the face," Elliott said. "All their hard work, struggles and even death means nothing to him.”

Cameron clapped back on Twitter and said he's proud of his party affiliation. 

The incident demanded a response from some Democratic Party leaders, and yet all we're hearing is "crickets," Sen. Scott observed.


"You’ve not heard a single Democrat presidential candidate speak out even an iota against these absolute vile comments about Daniel Cameron," Scott said on Fox News on Monday.

The Democrats have no issues, however, calling President Trump a racist nearly every day.

As Scott noted, Trump has endorsed Cameron in the Kentucky AG race. The senator also said he's more convinced than ever that Trump and the Republican Party will experience a massive victory next year.


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