The regime of Biden received a major ideological blow from Tim Scott, the black Republican senator who is an official candidate for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination.
Biden’s term is bound to remain in history as the time when radicals viciously tried to crush the United States and replace it with a far-left totalitarian anti-utopia – luckily, to no avail for the time being.
In a new interview last week, Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) lambasted Biden for causing Americans to become hooked up to a “new drug” that is called “victimhood,” Newsmax reports.
Speaking on the “America Right Now” program, the South Carolina senator declared that his own life “disproves the lies” of the leftists about the United States.
He slammed the modern-day communists for creating a “culture of victimhood” and “grievance,” with Biden playing a vital role in engineering that new drug for much of the American public.
Scott insisted “victimhood” was precisely the idea that was the most distant one from American exceptionalism.
— NEWSMAX (@NEWSMAX) May 29, 2023
I'm running for President of the United States of America! 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/H46WfhNjFh
— Tim Scott (@votetimscott) May 23, 2023
If you are able-bodied, you work.
If you take out a loan, you pay it back.
If you commit a violent crime, you go to jail.
We HAVE to start teaching the necessity of individual responsibility. pic.twitter.com/zYP4FMdAcB
— Tim Scott (@votetimscott) May 20, 2023
He argued that conservative Americans were interested in receiving an optimistic and positive message, underscoring that his own life story has been lined with people who supported him.
The report points out that one of the main lines from Scott’s 2024 announcement speech was his insistence he is the “living proof” that the United States is not a country of oppression, but of opportunity.
It is noted further that the positive vibes in Scott’s address last week were welcomed “by many,” among them former President Donald Trump and billionaire Elon Musk.
In his interview, Scott further insisted he is capable of convincing the American people that conservative principles work. At the end of the day, Scott maintains that the fact he’s been “on both sides” of the American dream is important for influencing the public.
Freedom isn't free. From the 1776 revolutionaries to the heroes at Normandy, millions of our soldiers have paid the ultimate price to protect our God-given rights. This Memorial Day, I am recognizing the debt we owe to every brave service member. They gave their life for liberty. pic.twitter.com/qlZP1mW6OD
— Tim Scott (@SenatorTimScott) May 29, 2023
"Who? Just kidding."@KariLake's reaction to Tim Scott's presidential campaign kickoff is that the Senator is a "solid man," but "let's not kid ourselves here," Trump will be the nominee.
— NEWSMAX (@NEWSMAX) May 22, 2023