US Senator Tim Scott (appointed by former SC Governor Nimrata “Nikki” Haley – an Indian immigrant, amnesty enthusiast and anti-Southern heritage activist) has lectured President Donald Trump on the moral superiority of violent anarcho-communist terrorists ANTIFA to Alt-Right demonstrators, according to a highly biased and poorly written Politico article by aliens (((Anni Karni))) and Seung Min Kim:
The Senate’s lone black Republican on Wednesday offered President Donald Trump a belated opportunity to rebound from a low point of his presidency – his equating of neo-Nazis and white supremacists who staged a violent uprising in Charlottesville last month with counter-protesters on the left.
But Trump’s delayed reckoning with his own comments – which exacerbated racial tensions and earned him public rebukes across the board, including from two former Republican presidents and senior members of his own administration – occurred off-camera, in a closed-door meeting with South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott.
…Speaking to reporters from the second floor of the Capitol, Scott said that while Trump “certainly tried to explain what he was trying to convey,” the president listened to him outline the significance of drawing a false equivalence between two sides in Charlottesville.
“The real picture has nothing to do with who’s on the other side,” Scott said he told the president. “It has to do with the affirmation of hate groups who over three centuries of this country’s history had made it their mission to create upheaval in minority communities as a reason for existence.”
The affirmative-action senator went on to explain why violent communists are so much better than peaceful pro-White activists:
“I shared my thoughts of the last three centuries of challenges from white supremacists, white nationalists, KKK, neo-Nazis…there’s no way to find an equilibrium when you have three centuries of history versus the situation that’s occurring today.”
Trump, a contrarian president who only doubled and tripled down on his divisive comments in response to backlash from leaders of his own party, has yet to publicly offer any acknowledgement of the white supremacists he enlivened, or the political damage he heaved upon himself.
But at least in a private setting, Scott’s message to Trump seemed to sink in. Scott said that in response to the brief history lesson he delivered to the president, Trump “shook his head and said ‘yeah.’ He got it.”
Scott called Trump “receptive” and noted that “he was ever-present during the entire meeting…we stayed on subject as well, which I thought was helpful. I thought it was important that he took it seriously.”