Joy Behar Slams Black Conservatives, Scott and Donalds Fire Back with Truth Bombs

In yet another display of liberal arrogance and ignorance, Joy Behar, one of the hosts of ABC’s The View, has insulted-black conservative Americans. Senator Tim Scott (R-S.C.) and Representative Byron Donalds (R-Fla) have each taken Behar to task for her condescending and insulting comments.

Behar had the audacity to insinuate that black Republicans, including Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, are ignorant of the systemic racism that exists in America. She implies that because they believe in personal responsibility and hard work, they do not understand the struggles and challenges that black people face.

Senator Tim Scott, a rising star, and a strong conservative candidate for President, was quick to respond. He pointed out that he is the candidate that the radical Left fears the most because he has experienced real racism and has overcome it through hard work and determination.

Representative Donalds also weighed in, reminding Behar that just last year, she wore a Halloween costume that was insensitive and inappropriate. She has no right to lecture anyone about what it means to be black in America.

It’s not just Scott and Donalds who take issue with Behar’s comments. Many other conservatives have come out in defense of black Americans who choose to think for themselves and reject the failed policies of the Left. Behar, a white woman who sits at a table all day criticizing Republicans, has no moral authority to speak about the lives of black Americans.

It is time for liberals like Behar to stop the divisive and racist rhetoric and start working towards real solutions that benefit all Americans, regardless of their skin color. As Senator Scott has shown, there is no limit to what can be achieved with hard work, perseverance, and a little bit of faith. It’s time for all Americans to embrace these values and work together to make our country great again.

Source: Townhall

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