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Tim Scott: ‘Liberal Elites’ Use Race to Get Power, ‘Plot to Stop Conservative Values’ from Spreading in Minority Communities

On Wednesday’s broadcast of Fox News Radio’s “Guy Benson Show,” Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) said that “there is a plot to stop conservative values from percolating in the poorest corridors and in minority communities,” and “liberal elites want to grab power by using the issue of race and the issue of control to determine the future of this nation.”
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Police Still Searching for Suspect in Stabbing Attack on St. John Resident Tim Scott

V.I. Police are still searching for Rupert Gervin “Youth” Walters, the suspect in a stabbing in Cruz Bay that left a St. John man partially paralyzed on May 28. The incident began on a Friday evening when Tim Scott and several friends were leaving the Beach Bar in Wharfside Village. Scott saw Walters harassing an older West Indian man, “and I told him to ‘Chill out,’” said Scott, speaking from his hospital room in Miami.
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Tim Scott: What I would tell America in a SOTU address

Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., outlined three things he would tell the American people if he was giving his own State of the Union address. During an appearance on the debut of "Sunday Night in America" with Trey Gowdy, Scott, who gave the Republican response to President Biden’s State of the Union last month, was asked what he thinks the state of America is right now and what he would say in a hypothetical national address.
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RNC featuring Tim Scott in ad campaign attacking Biden agenda

The Republican National Committee has released a new ad attacking President Biden 's agenda that features Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.). "A president that promised to bring us together should not be pushing agendas that tear us apart," Scott, the GOP's lone Black member of the upper chamber, says in the ad. "Our best future will not come from Washington scheme and socialist dreams, it will come from you, the American people."
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Senator Tim Scott is leading the fight against cancer

By Patricia Henegan, Chairwoman of the South Carolina Black Caucus and representative of the 54th State House District. One of the unfortunate, all-to-pervasive political myths floating around these days is bipartisanship is a relic of politics past. We are told common cause endeavors are hopeless, that to give an inch invariably means the other side will take a mile.
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EXCLUSIVE: RNC launches seven-figure TV ad featuring Tim Scott

The Republican National Committee is launching a seven-figure ad featuring Sen. Tim Scott, marking an aggressive strategy to combat President Joe Biden’s agenda during a non-election year and demonstrating the South Carolina senator's rising star status. The 30-second ad, provided exclusively to the Washington Examiner, showcases audio from Scott's Republican...
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Tim Scott to bank CEOs: Can you specify what your objections are to Georgia's new election law?

A leftover from yesterday, but not to be missed. It features some of the most awkward silence you’ll ever (not) hear. Scott’s a member of the Senate Banking Committee and participated in a hearing yesterday with the heads of Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, and Citibank (among others), wanting to know why those three companies had signed a letter criticizing Georgia’s new election law. Which parts of that law bothered you, Scott asked?
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'Woke capitalism': Tim Scott presses big bank CEOs over Georgia voting law

Sen. Tim Scott attacked “woke capitalism” in a hearing with Wall Street’s biggest bankers and questioned them about what aspect of Georgia’s new voting law is actually discriminatory. The South Carolina Republican made the remarks on Wednesday during a major banking committee hearing with the chief executives of JPMorgan Chase,...
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Cory Booker praises Tim Scott to MSNBC host who's disparaged him as token Black Republican

Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., took a few moments Tuesday to praise Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., in an unexpected place: on far-left MSNBC host Joy Reid's show. While discussing ongoing police reform legislation on the one-year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd, Booker told Reid, a frequent critic of Scott, that Scott had given him "solace and strength" by telling him about his experiences with police as a U.S. Senator. He then praised Scott for his work on police reform legislation.
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Tim Scott: 'June or bust' on police reform talks

Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) said Wednesday that if there's a deal to be reached on police reform it will be reached next month. "I think it's June or bust," Scott, the lead negotiator for Republicans, told reporters on Wednesday when asked about a timeline. "I think we have three weeks in June to get this done."