“The View” Hosts Take Racial Shots At Tim Scott

In response to racist comments made by guests on ABC’s “The View,” South Carolina Senator Tim Scott, who formally entered the Republican presidential race on Monday, said the most effective way to debunk their deceit is through action.

Whoopi Goldberg of the liberal talk program “The View” diagnosed Scott with “Clarence Thomas syndrome.”

Justice Thomas, a conservative from Georgia who serves on the U.S. Supreme Court, has been a target of the left’s prejudiced attacks for years because he has refused to toe the party line on racial issues.

Another of Scott’s “issues,” according to Goldberg’s co-host Sunny Hostin, is that he thinks everybody can make it since he came up from a poor Black family in the South.

In an interview with Fox News, Scott said Hostin was wrong when she called Scott’s experience an exception, not the standard.”

As far as Scott is concerned, any American kid who graduates from a bad public school can point the finger of blame at the unions representing liberal teachers.

Any parent who values freedom of choice should look to the Republican party. Consider the Republicans, but also Americans, black and brown. The topic of school choice is widely supported by the American public.  

According to Scott, the far left is the only thing standing in the path of giving kids of all colors a good education.

While appearing on “The View” in 2022, Nikki Haley slammed Sunny Hostin, labeling her a “racist” for suggesting that Haley, a former UN ambassador, was a “chameleon” who hid her Indian origin by adopting a fictitious name.

During a panel discussion on possible presidential contenders for the 2024 election, the 53-year-old Hostin, whose actual name is Asunción Cummings Hostin, delivered some provocative statements.

According to reports, Nimrata Nikki Haley was born in 1972 in Bamberg, South Carolina. The Hindu name she was given as a child means “little one.”

Haley has been known as Nikki since high school.