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Watch Sen. Tim Scott’s full response to Biden’s speech

 

Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) delivered the Republican party's response to President Joe Biden's first prime-time speech to Congress.
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76 comments

  1. Incredible speech, such passion. That man can communicate! He had me from the start – mesmerizing!

    1. @Kevin Lee Williams Seeing how many times he’s been profiled, yeah… I’d expect more than this partisan recitation.

    2. What kind of ignorant uneducated hick would take this guy seriously. This guy is so full of sh*t. He did nothing but speak in vague abstract terms like “division” and “infrastructure” and “partisanship” and quoted vague unknown “experts” without actually giving solid facts and evidence. What was that bull about operation “warp speed” delivering vaccines in record time? Did not the republicans guarantee that they would have 20 million vaccines delivered by the end of December? But they barely made it to 5 million. And he probably would have missed your goal if they had not been so busy whining about losing the election actually done the job that they were elected to do. His hypocrisy was astounding. Talking about how Washington should stay out of families but then saying that Washington should be able to tell a woman what to do with her body by defunding abortion. Talking about how wish and be more diverse again talking about how the republicans have done everything they can to suppress gays, transgenders, and even tried to block people of a certain religion from coming to the US. Then talk about how the liberals need to be more open minded but then forgetting to mention how so many conservative governments are now restricting voter access significantly which is a basic American right. And his emphasis on science in decisions is laughably ironic considering the rights stance on climate chamge and global warming. There was absolutely no substance to his words, just worthless platitudes. Explains why most conservatives and republicans believe in fairy tales like Jesus in Santa Claus. They are so easily manipulated by pointless meaningless rhetoric than they are by actual solid facts. They just believe any kind of bullsh*t they hear from some idiot pounding on a pulpit or waving his hands while they scream back worthless platitudes like “halleluyer”, or “prase de lawt” or “maga”.

    1. Great speech mr Scot!!! Have you ever noticed that white Liberals are really the most rascist people and it’s real easy to see they are hypocrytes.The democrats are the party of the kkk,and no parties did not change roles,that was just a trick so you would vote for the wrong party and people are still fooled by that old ancient trick but blacks are smartening up and giving the democrat party a big middle finger !! Thank you for the truth me Scott!!! We appreciate you sir!!

    2. You’re correct! Tim Scott and Matt Gaetz are Rockstars… SMOKING THAT CRACK ROCK IN THE BOYS ROOM!

    3. @Shane Tobias really no has noticed that. But I have noticed the Racist Republicans at every move try to destroy this country. The Republican party is a FACIST POLITICAL PARTY! they don’t just hate minorities they hate anyone who is not wealthy! And Tim Scott is their token fool… but don’t worry TIMMY… they kick up back in your place. When they have no other use for you idiot!

    1. What would he do to help Americans, the same bull that dumb-a– gave us. The Trump Republican Party gave us the Covid-19

    2. @P Diddy reference to boondocks.. black man that despises his own race and praises the white man.. to the point that thanks the lord for the white man

  2. Grace under pressure, perfect!
    The success story that no one wants the masses to know about.
    A brilliant man with vision.

    1. This guy is so full of sh*t. He did nothing but speak in vague abstract terms like “division” and “infrastructure” and “partisanship” and quoted vague unknown “experts” without actually giving solid facts and evidence. What was that bull about operation “warp speed” delivering vaccines in record time? Did not the republicans guarantee that they would have 20 million vaccines delivered by the end of December? But they barely made it to 5 million. And he probably would have missed your goal if they had not been so busy whining about losing the election actually done the job that they were elected to do. His hypocrisy was astounding. Talking about how Washington should stay out of families but then saying that Washington should be able to tell a woman what to do with her body by defunding abortion. Talking about how wish and be more diverse again talking about how the republicans have done everything they can to suppress gays, transgenders, and even tried to block people of a certain religion from coming to the US. Then talk about how the liberals need to be more open minded but then forgetting to mention how so many conservative governments are now restricting voter access significantly which is a basic American right. And his emphasis on science in decisions is laughably ironic considering the rights stance on climate chamge and global warming. There was absolutely no substance to his words, just worthless platitudes. Explains why most conservatives and republicans believe in fairy tales like Jesus in Santa Claus. They are so easily manipulated by pointless meaningless rhetoric than they are by actual solid facts. They just believe any kind of bullsh*t they hear from some idiot pounding on a pulpit or waving his hands while they scream back worthless platitudes like “halleluyer”, or “prase de lawt” or “maga”.

    1. It should be held up and highlighted along with all the other “moving” speeches, lies and disinformative rhetoric He, the FORMER President, and countless others of the lie machine that is their political party, have ingratiated their ilk with. Sad!

    1. @Dedrick Lucious it’s amazing how many white ppl seem to think they are the voice for black people

    1. What kind of ignorant uneducated backwater hick would take this guy seriously? This guy is so full of sh*t. He did nothing but speak in vague abstract terms like “division” and “infrastructure” and “partisanship” and quoted vague unknown “experts” without actually giving solid facts and evidence. What was that bull about operation “warp speed” delivering vaccines in record time? Did not the republicans guarantee that they would have 20 million vaccines delivered by the end of December? But they barely made it to 5 million. And he probably would have missed your goal if they had not been so busy whining about losing the election actually done the job that they were elected to do. His hypocrisy was astounding. Talking about how Washington should stay out of families but then saying that Washington should be able to tell a woman what to do with her body by defunding abortion. Talking about how wish and be more diverse again talking about how the republicans have done everything they can to suppress gays, transgenders, and even tried to block people of a certain religion from coming to the US. Then talk about how the liberals need to be more open minded but then forgetting to mention how so many conservative governments are now restricting voter access significantly which is a basic American right. And his emphasis on science in decisions is laughably ironic considering the rights stance on climate chamge and global warming. There was absolutely no substance to his words, just worthless platitudes. Explains why most conservatives and republicans believe in fairy tales like Jesus in Santa Claus. They are so easily manipulated by pointless meaningless rhetoric than they are by actual solid facts. They just believe any kind of bullsh*t they hear from some idiot pounding on a pulpit or waving his hands while they scream back worthless platitudes like “halleluyer”, or “prase de lawt” or “maga”.

    1. They knew they were fighting a losing battle, it was time to switch sides and pretend they never acted like idiots. An apology to the American people would’ve been nice though..

    2. They obviously thought it would get ratio’d since it’s on their channel. But it’s honestly not doing bad. Jokes on you, CNN

    1. @Den A Um, it was full of demonstrable lies, for one. And had no substance at all otherwise, for two. Buzz words and conspiracy theory psychobabble.

    1. This guy is so full of sh*t. He did nothing but speak in vague abstract terms like “division” and “infrastructure” and “partisanship” and quoted vague unknown “experts” without actually giving solid facts and evidence. What was that bull about operation “warp speed” delivering vaccines in record time? Did not the republicans guarantee that they would have 20 million vaccines delivered by the end of December? But they barely made it to 5 million. And he probably would have missed your goal if they had not been so busy whining about losing the election actually done the job that they were elected to do. His hypocrisy was astounding. Talking about how Washington should stay out of families but then saying that Washington should be able to tell a woman what to do with her body by defunding abortion. Talking about how wish and be more diverse again talking about how the republicans have done everything they can to suppress gays, transgenders, and even tried to block people of a certain religion from coming to the US. Then talk about how the liberals need to be more open minded but then forgetting to mention how so many conservative governments are now restricting voter access significantly which is a basic American right. And his emphasis on science in decisions is laughably ironic considering the rights stance on climate chamge and global warming. There was absolutely no substance to his words, just worthless platitudes. Explains why most conservatives and republicans believe in fairy tales like Jesus in Santa Claus. They are so easily manipulated by pointless meaningless rhetoric than they are by actual solid facts. They just believe any kind of bullsh*t they hear from some idiot pounding on a pulpit or waving his hands while they scream back worthless platitudes like “halleluyer”, or “prase de lawt” or “maga”.

  3. Just because you have felt the pain of discrimination DOES NOT MEAN you can do the same to others.

  4. Amen!!
    “I’m standing here today because my Mom prayed me through the tough times” Talk about being humble!
    This Nation belongs to God, in Him we trust!

  5. It really should say Americas response after all 99% of America agrees with Sen. Scott. This was a great speech!

    1. I doubt very seriously if anywhere close to 60% Americans agree with tim. I guess manufacturing one’s version of the “truth” is what some in our society do nowadays. You simply select a percentage from thin air, because it’s what you want to believe.

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