Townhall – Scott took to the Senate floor to deliver his remarks, where he referenced the hate that’s been hurled at him, even repeating some of the greatest hits, while keeping the ones calling him the n-word off the record. As a black conservative Republican, he knew that such hate would be hurled at him.
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