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Senator Tim Scott – Liberal Media Ignores Biden’s Association With KKK Member Robert Byrd: ‘They Don’t Play That On CNN’ (VIDEO) | The Gateway expert




Senator Tim Scott - Liberal Media Ignores Biden's Association With KKK Member Robert Byrd: 'They Don't Play That On CNN' (VIDEO) |  The Gateway expert

Senator Tim Scott recently appeared on the Sean Hannity show and called out the liberal media for ignoring Joe Biden’s relationship with Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia, who at one point in his life was a member of the KKK.

Scott and Sean brought up other examples of Biden’s racism, such as his “Jungle” comments about school buses and the fact that even Kamala Harris criticized him for them before she was chosen as his running mate.

Tim Scott then explains why Biden’s coalition is falling apart.

Breitbart News reported:

Tim Scott: ‘National Media Goes Dark’ on Joe Biden’s association with racist, KKK member

During an appearance on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) highlighted how the national media has seemingly downplayed President Joe Biden’s association with the late Senator Robert Byrd (D-WV).

Byrd is a former member of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), an issue that Scott claimed the media had become “dark.”

“What is most unbelievable to me, and if it were a Republican would probably be career killing, is that he is working with his friend and mentor, a former Klansman, to stop the integration of public schools and buses,” says host Sean Hannity. said. “Even Kamala Harris criticized him for that – in that – that 2020 presidential primary debate. I was that girl, I believe she said, and because he didn’t want public schools to become, his words, racial jungles. Am I the only one in the country who dares to bring this up and asks in disbelief: why is no one interested in that?

Here’s the video:

This is one of the reasons that Democrats and the media don’t like to talk about the history of the parties. The KKK was founded by the Democrats and the Republican party was founded to end slavery in the United States.