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An Unhinged Al Sharpton Takes Issue with Tim Scott's Unifying Response to President Biden

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Progressive activist Rev. Al Sharpton took issue with GOP Senator Tim Scott’s (R-SC) Republican response to President Joe Biden’s address to a Joint Session of Congress last week. 

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Scott eloquently called for unity, while also condemning Democrats’ unhinged statements insisting that America is a racist country. He also reminded Democrats that they themselves torpedoed Scott’s bipartisan police reform legislation last year, rather than coming to the table to work across the aisle. 

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Sharpton said that Scott’s assertion was “strange.”

“And then I watched the rebuttal by the senator from South Carolina. Seems something awkward to me, where a white president talked about white supremacy and a Black senator said ‘America is not racist.’ Seemed a little strange to me,” Sharpton said while speaking at the funeral of Andrew Brown, who was fatally shot by law enforcement in North Carolina.

Scott’s hopeful message was not well-received by Democrats, who would rather push partisan reform to law enforcement than work with Republicans on meaningful legislation.

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