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Sen. Tim Scott On If He Believes There Is Systemic Racism In America | The View

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  • "Both sides of the aisle can do a better job on the issue of race," the Republican presidential candidate tells "The View" co-hosts.
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  • Alexis Chavez
    Alexis Chavez 3 months ago +347

    Whoopi and Sunny’s faces when Senator Scott is addressing them is memes gold 😂

    • Glen Danielsen
      Glen Danielsen 3 months ago +22

      Hermano Chavez: let’s pray that Senator Scott makes it to Oval Office. 🙏🏽

    • @KiDCRuDi
      @KiDCRuDi 3 months ago +9

      Ana has me gagging too 😆

    • @KiDCRuDi
      @KiDCRuDi 3 months ago +17

      ​@Glen DanielsenI pray my prayer cancels yours out😔

  • J V
    J V 3 months ago +111

    I'll give Senator Scott credit for at least having the guts to have a conversation about the issues. Our Educational System was created to only produce employees Not thinkers

    • Joshua Russell Bull
      Joshua Russell Bull 2 months ago +4

      I would amend that as of the last 25 years too. Our Educational System has been created to only produce compliant voters, not thinkers.

    • sandra laganas
      sandra laganas 2 months ago +1

      I’m Canadian. We were taught to be responsible respected workers and find employment opportunities with large corporations with best benefits end results pension. My children required higher education. Presently they constantly travel and work remotely.

    • Emilia Vieira
      Emilia Vieira 2 months ago +1

      this is what rockofeler did back in the early 1900,s and here we are

    • Hillbippie
      Hillbippie 2 months ago +7

      You couldn't be more wrong. When our education system axed Vocational Schools for High School students this country LOST a valuable recourse for knowledgeable people to FIX EVERYONE'S SH!T.

  • Michael Ryce
    Michael Ryce 2 months ago +140

    They’re so dead set on proving him wrong that they don’t want him to even finish his point.
    And he handled it with supreme grace. This man has got to make it through the primaries

    • sntjhnsn
      sntjhnsn 2 months ago +3

      I agree, I truly hope he does! 👍🏾✅

    • Emilia Vieira
      Emilia Vieira 2 months ago +4

      exactly they don't want him to make so much sense

    • Davis Perron
      Davis Perron 2 months ago +1

      If he makes it through the primaries, I’m voting for him over Biden

  • Hamma
    Hamma 2 months ago +51

    tim scott handled himself awesomely, kudos

  • Rising Phoenix
    Rising Phoenix 3 months ago +39

    Mr. Scott has a great presence he does not give off the gross political energy that so many other candidates do

    • Jauquez Hackett
      Jauquez Hackett 3 months ago +2

      We he don't speak against trump ? 🤔

    • jim six
      jim six Month ago +1

      Yes he is the real thing, I am not black but he has my vote

    • Glen
      Glen 13 days ago +1

      Disagree…arrogance personified. Don’t like him.

  • Vee
    Vee 3 months ago +425

    As a black woman, I have experienced racism but no white person has ever stopped me from achieving my goals.

    • LaLaGrunge
      LaLaGrunge 3 months ago +13

      @Monica Taylor Indians have the highest median incomes in America. Why aren’t Blacks calling them out?

    • Lady Rae
      Lady Rae 3 months ago +7

      @mustard ribs well said ….

    • Anig
      Anig 3 months ago +45

      Then you are fortunate that those racists were not in a position to hinder you. Not every Black person is so lucky.

    GUIMEL SIBINGO 3 months ago +166

    I think what's really important to point out here is that even if you disagree with Tim Scott's policies, what people like him are doing now and on the other side what Pete Buttigieg did during HIS presidential campaign is that they are doing the important work of PERSUASION, trying to persuade the other side through dialogue, conversation, etc. I think that's so important for any healthy democracy regardless of where one falls. If more politicians on both sides engaged in this type of work, I think it'd be easier to reach compromises that would benefit more and more people and where people can feel like all voices are being heard to some extent, not just a few.

    • J.D. Contreras
      J.D. Contreras 3 months ago +16

      I agree with you and I'm a Democrat. I'd vote for him because he's smart and doesn't back down. I'm glad he put Sunny in her place.

    • Karen Nyere
      Karen Nyere 3 months ago +20

      @J.D. Contreras please be careful. I’ve watched him a lot. He’s against abortion. Unless you’re okay with that as a Democrat. He doesn’t think there are any institutional racial issues anymore. 🙄 He’s pretty much in alignment with what the extreme Repubs are pushing. He never truly addressed that.

    • Candace
      Candace 3 months ago +12

      @J.D. Contreras Tim Scott is a good talker. But his policies align to all Republicans. He still needs to pander to his base. He knows where his checks come from.

  • Nita
    Nita 3 months ago +53

    I think what Tim is saying is progression is happening and will continue as long as we continue to make it possible

    • Hlinfl
      Hlinfl 3 months ago +5

      Agreed. Why is he considered an 'exception' when he could be an 'example'.. 🤔

    • Harold Thomas
      Harold Thomas 3 months ago +6

      Tim said systemic racism doesn't exist because he a senator he is far from reality

    • Nita
      Nita 3 months ago +3

      @Harold Thomas I agree. He’s not seeing that we may have come a long way from in your face racism because we have rights and laws now.. And that’s why systemic racism still exist.

    • M R
      M R 3 months ago +1

      ​@Harold Thomas Give one real example of systemic racism. Other than Affirmative Action.

  • TimeBucks
    TimeBucks 3 months ago +841

    Their faces are priceless!!

  • Beth P.
    Beth P. 2 months ago +14

    Tim is a great candidate. He is very respectful, smart, and well-spoken.

  • somethintru1
    somethintru1 3 months ago +227

    "Education is the closest thing to magic in America." Love it!

    • Jimmy Jam
      Jimmy Jam 3 months ago +6

      An equal opportunity is even better.

    • Doctor Jones
      Doctor Jones 3 months ago +2

      Public schooling is the closest thing to 1984 in America. Nobody should love it.

  • LoveMyZJ
    LoveMyZJ Month ago +17

    Jeez man, he politely asked Whats-her-face to extend the courtesy of not interrupting him...and she just kept doing it while looking at him like she was better than him. So rude. As others have said, I think he handled himself very well and I like his message so far.

  • WJ Lundy's The Occupation
    WJ Lundy's The Occupation 3 months ago +220

    Sonny went to a private girls school. She had a more privileged upbringing than 90% of Americans.

    • liz
      liz 3 months ago +3


    • Eric Lane
      Eric Lane 3 months ago +26

      and she said that she is the exception?

    • startingQB
      startingQB 3 months ago +16

      I mean, but she already admitted that...

    • WJ Lundy's The Occupation
      WJ Lundy's The Occupation 3 months ago +15

      @startingQB so she admits she is clueless. She can’t talk about Scott’s experiences because she grew up in the 1%. Everything about her proves her racist theories wrong.

    • Danette Martin
      Danette Martin 3 months ago +9

      You’re making her point. You can’t point at her or the Senator and claim they are not exceptional.

  • Simon246
    Simon246 2 months ago +4

    Wow I loved this segment. Bring stats and facts. Not letting Sunny bring him down with her negativity. He never said that it was perfect but that it was getting better. Sunny - ADMIT that it is getting better.

  • The Morningbird Foundation
    The Morningbird Foundation 3 months ago +118

    I give him credit for going on the show and having the difficult conversations. If more of us did that, we would be making even more progress. For everyone.

    • Accelement
      Accelement 3 months ago +9

      he beat them Bs back down to reality hahahaha this show is so far removed from reality

    • Greg Scott
      Greg Scott 3 months ago +5

      @Accelement Wrong. He did not answer a single direct question. He came off to me as a token for the GOP!

    • Accelement
      Accelement 3 months ago +13

      @Greg Scott lol did you watch it he answered everything till they cut him off and ended the interview as they ran out of propaganda and his facts and view point of "its better today than yesterday and we should foster that instead of telling young black Americans they cant no matter how hard they try make it in this country"

    • See Me
      See Me 3 months ago +3

      It's hard to give him credit when he himself can't resonate with what he KNOWS the plights..... But will bend over backwards to be antithetical for his own reverence

  • lizzz L
    lizzz L Month ago +6

    Facts. 🙌🏻👏🏻💪🏻👍🏻🇺🇸🇺🇸thank you Tim Scott

  • Scott Clemens
    Scott Clemens 2 months ago +5

    Tim takes responsibility for the challenges life handed him and the obstacles he caused himself; then realizes that his choices weren’t interfered with and led to his success.
    I get it. I think most of us White or Black have experienced it.
    God bless you Tim. I accept you as my lawyer and thank you for representing all of us and not just certain groups. Sorry; that’s New Racism and it’s unacceptable and won’t lead to anything good. The Dems are disgusting in that way.

  • Jay San
    Jay San 3 months ago +60

    Host: “systemic racism”
    Audience: applause

  • Dave
    Dave 3 months ago +344

    Looks like a good time. Wish many political conversation is conducted with this kind of civility.

    • Curtis Bischof
      Curtis Bischof 3 months ago +41

      This is what happens when your narrative is blown apart. He wasn't having any of it.

    • Kimberly Chamere
      Kimberly Chamere 3 months ago +2

      Amen to that! I'm enjoying this. I understand and sympathize with what they both have to say.

    • scott watson
      scott watson 3 months ago +30

      actually the hosts showed that they can't follow their own decorum when faced with civil discussion that differs from their View. That only their point is tolerated...and right

    • rickardotorres
      rickardotorres 3 months ago +34

      He was civil and eloquent. Soni and the side comments and snickers from the other hosts were not. Thank you Tim Scott🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  • doug mcconkey
    doug mcconkey Month ago +1

    Scrolling through the comment section I'm glad I'm not the only one that thought that he handled himself very well good God how can anyone get a word in on that show

  • Jeff
    Jeff Month ago +2

    Huge Fan of Tim Scott. And he handled the unjust attacks from the Viewless staff with aplomb grace & humliliy !

  • David Watkins
    David Watkins 14 days ago +3

    Tim Scott gained a new fan 💯

  • Carmi Moultrie
    Carmi Moultrie 3 months ago +22

    Bless his heart.

    GILBERT GONZALEZ JR TV 2 months ago +27

    This man is my favorite person of the day, maybe even month for being so gangster to this group, especially Sunny who always asserts to never be interrupted and yet she desperately tried to interrupt him

  • Dominic Dominic
    Dominic Dominic 3 months ago +159

    Dude went to a hostile territory and held his own 👏 👏 👏

    • Krimson Edit
      Krimson Edit 2 months ago +2

      Hostile? 😂😂😂😂😂

    • JohnnyCBCS
      JohnnyCBCS 2 months ago +4

      calling the territory hostile is quite an understatement

    • sntjhnsn
      sntjhnsn 2 months ago +6

      I respect him even more for that. It shows that he’s not scared to be in difficult situations unlike other candidates.

    • Charles Beloved
      Charles Beloved 2 months ago +1

      😂😂😂😂😂 you’re hilarious

  • Kim Fleck
    Kim Fleck 24 days ago

    I just started watching your you tube videos, and, I cannot get enough! I love the forum and thoughtful conversation amongst yourselves.

  • Joe Dale
    Joe Dale 3 months ago +45

    Respect to him for standing up after they told him to sit down. He had to do that.

  • Grub Thomas
    Grub Thomas 2 months ago +2

    The Senator is “BRILLIANT” he can actually win with that message in my opinion.

  • B
    B 3 months ago +15

    "Yesterday's exception is today's rule"!! That is complete 🔥 🔥

  • tenn46
    tenn46 3 months ago +3

    I guess the question is: how many exceptions do we need until we can drop the “systemic racism” talking point because I’m noticing a lot of exceptions.

  • Jesse Nyambe
    Jesse Nyambe 3 months ago +68

    This was such a fun and great interview to watch. Civility and no punches below the belt. I really enjoyed watching this interview

    • Rude Sword
      Rude Sword 3 months ago +14

      Sonny was not civil. She would not let the guy finish the statement.

  • William La Centra
    William La Centra 3 months ago +62

    Notice that Whoopie laughed when Hostin mentioned that she was the exception .!

  • DeepSeadweller
    DeepSeadweller 2 months ago +2

    Tim is a gentleman

  • ThePrettyeyes341
    ThePrettyeyes341 2 months ago +2

    He stood so so he didnt have to keep turning his back, he was trying not be rude

  • BigChills71
    BigChills71 2 months ago

    A very interesting candidate at this early stage. One to really watch rn

  • Kimber
    Kimber Month ago

    Amen Tim the answer is in the heart!

  • b unangst
    b unangst 3 months ago +498

    Sunny: “Systemic racism.”
    Random set staff: “Commercial!”

    • bellfaith 10
      bellfaith 10 3 months ago +26

      Dnt forget the audience clap😁😁😁

    • Rodney Mclin
      Rodney Mclin 3 months ago +16

      Way to go sunny!!

    • Abyrne777
      Abyrne777 3 months ago +30

      @Rodney Mclin I can't stand her, but I do have a certain level of respect and admiration for her. She has turned "being oppressed" into a very successful career. Only in America can such a thing be achieved. Even whoppie built the foundation of her career on actual talent and acting ability. Jumping jack flash, ghost, star trek? Just great performances all around that had nothing to do with such juvinile issues like ethnicity or gender.

    • Alpha Renz
      Alpha Renz 3 months ago +36

      ​@Rodney Mclin it is not systemic racism it is systemic poverty/economic status.
      Nothing to do with skin color and everything to do with how people act/behave.
      Family is the core. Two parent households behave better, get higher education, earn more. This the *underlying* issue.
      It starts with *PARENTS* learn how important that role is. Not the *GOVERNMENT* they can never care for your kids as much as you do!

  • Cedric Moore
    Cedric Moore 3 months ago +8

    This was one of the best political segment clips I have ever seen on the view.

  • Dat1boi05
    Dat1boi05 3 months ago +86

    He made some fair points.

    • Ace Boog is Back
      Ace Boog is Back 3 months ago +1

      It's difficult to listen to people try who so often act in bad faith try and have a serious discussion

    • Archangel Music
      Archangel Music 3 months ago +6

      he used facts, can't argue against facts

    • Rocs Cee
      Rocs Cee 3 months ago

      Not at all.

    • JustaGuy123
      JustaGuy123 3 months ago +5

      ⁠@Archangel Musiche did use facts, but only selective facts…he basically argued the equivalent of “ pneumonia isn’t at all serious for people with preexisting conditions because I got it and did didn’t die” Witch doesn’t deal with the fact we’re taking about the AVERAGE situation, not an exception. Dude literally got on TV and said he’s not an exception when he has a college degree and is a literal US senator…by definition you have to be exceptional reach that…
      The reality is that we’re talking about averages… not personal anecdotes..and all he wants to talk about is personal stories….by his backwards thinking Americans(especially southerners) and overweight just because they’re lazy and it’s got nothing do to with all the fattening food that are allowed here in the states by the fast food lobby..and his evidence would be because he works out and constantly watches calories…we’ve got the dispel this myth that you get exactly what you’re worth in this world…there are some things in your control like mindset, then then are things out of your control and that can only be solved through collective action(a war, healthcare, big charities, etc) and then there are things that even collective action can’t solve like a hurricane from happening at all or a meteor shower

    • Archangel Music
      Archangel Music 3 months ago +4

      @JustaGuy123 so you're saying most blacks are stupid and can't do what he did? because he made himself from nothing, he wasnt born rich

  • Tara Dunn
    Tara Dunn 3 months ago +5

    Whoohoo to Senator Scott!!

  • Ryan Kwiatkowski
    Ryan Kwiatkowski 3 months ago +6

    12 minutes of a man keeping to his script and not veering off it once. Promises with a grain of salt

  • DoubleL
    DoubleL 3 months ago +18

    Love Mr. Scott. It’s about time we have some optimism on this show

  • Cornelius Mckinney-Lowe
    Cornelius Mckinney-Lowe 3 months ago +190

    Their faces are priceless!! 😂😂😂

    • DG youtube
      DG youtube 3 months ago +1

      Very true have no idea how much it cost to look like that

    • Helloxons Fan
      Helloxons Fan 3 months ago +5

      *Unfortunately, Scott NEVER answered the question about systemic racism in America... He simply danced around it by talking about individual anecdotes. Acknowledging some progress in society isn't the same as addressing racist practices throughout society! (SMH!)*

    • Abstraqt Philosophy
      Abstraqt Philosophy 3 months ago +5

      ​@Helloxons Fan I wonder what Nigerian Americans have to say about systemic racism in America. They seem to be the most successful group in the United States and they are black. Stop blaming the failures of the African American community on systemic racism

  • Sandy Haas
    Sandy Haas 3 months ago +3

    He’s right. We’ve come a long way baby ! Praying that in spite of leftist politicians that America will rise to be betterment for all helping to build the content of our characters never prioritize the color of our skins❣️

  • Brock Hansen
    Brock Hansen 3 months ago +3

    Love you Tim Scott

  • GirlofNicky
    GirlofNicky Month ago

    I have respect for Senator Scott.

  • Alex
    Alex 3 months ago +56

    What he said about education is so true

  • Damon Allison
    Damon Allison 3 months ago +181

    I respect that he came on the view....i will give him that

    • neb
      neb 3 months ago +18

      I respect the View invited him on. He's nothing like he's been described. This man, Tim Scott is a uniter!!

    • Kidd_Gallahad
      Kidd_Gallahad 3 months ago +18

      And his clear, logical, sensible answers to the lock step leftist questions and comments? He conducted himself like the conservative gentleman he is. Give him that too. Systemic racism. What a joke.

  • Emick1978
    Emick1978 3 months ago +6

    How he go through all that and make it, got to love his story.

  • Roberto Sampietro
    Roberto Sampietro 3 months ago

    Qué importante es que se hablen de estos temas!! me gustó. mucho.

  • Bill Golden
    Bill Golden 17 days ago

    I've met Tim Scott personally, great man, great American.

  • Samantha Brown
    Samantha Brown 3 months ago +8

    I wish that someone would have asked him about Mr. CT and what he thinks about his behavior on the Supreme Court

  • Chad Giga
    Chad Giga 3 months ago +10

    Best example of why people don't trust main stream media interviews anymore :P

  • Chris Taggart
    Chris Taggart 3 months ago +27

    I wonder what would happen if there were smart people in the audience?

    • KROJ
      KROJ 3 months ago +2

      Nope. Only people that cheer when certain things are said.

  • Carissa Snyman
    Carissa Snyman 3 months ago +3

    I’d vote for him if I lived in America 🇺🇸 👏

    • TB Phillips
      TB Phillips 3 months ago +3

      @ropativ agreed

    • La Mars
      La Mars 3 months ago +1


  • C J
    C J 3 months ago +5

    Okay I am living for Whoopi and Sunny's face when he said republicans are progressing aa far as black progress😂

  • Dre_Ortiz_07
    Dre_Ortiz_07 3 months ago +4

    I think this was positive and a healthy debate finally they are listening without interrupting aka “Sunny” plus I’m not a republican but I think I would love to hear more of what he has to say cause I think I will vote for him anything that is better than Biden or Trump! I’m intrigued by him! This was a healthy conversation I don’t see anything negative he finally challenged the one sided view on the view hahahaha

    • Simon246
      Simon246 2 months ago

      100% I'd love to hear more of him. I'm gonna follow him on social media

    D1G1TALSYNAPS3 2 months ago

    Such a breath of fresh air.

  • Nick T.
    Nick T. 3 months ago +23

    Tim Scott conducted himself remarkably well. It must be extremely difficult to have a conversation with a group when their contention is that systemic racism is the main cause of all of society’s problems.

    • incognitoyo
      incognitoyo 3 months ago +3

      No one said it’s the MAIN cause for ALL of society’s problems. 🙄

    • noneya123
      noneya123 3 months ago +4

      It's the cause of all the disparities in the black community, and it doesn't help America as a whole either. I know some people hate hearing that.

    • Nick T.
      Nick T. 3 months ago

      @incognitoyo. It appears that systemic racism is referenced regularly by some on The View. It was emphasized in Sonny Hostin’s question to Tim Scott and it was the last comment that she made after close to twelve minutes of discussion. The crowd applauds seemingly on cue at the 12:19 mark to Sonny simply saying “systemic racism” quickly before a commercial break. In my opinion, it’s divisive rhetoric. The Democratic Party also understands that it will secure the majority of black voters. Our president recently said that white supremacy is the greatest terrorist threat to our homeland. He said this while speaking at a Howard University commencement. The irony is astounding.

    PGPPE 3 months ago +2

    Maybe we can see more progress overall in black and brown communities if we start to focus on the skills needed to become politicians, Senators, engineers, doctors, lawyers, dentist, etc. We totally commit to athletics and entertainment and we win, and to me that means that what we focus on and commit to we have an opportunity to excel at.

  • Reginald Wright
    Reginald Wright 3 months ago +6

    Great Job Tim Scott!!

  • swede
    swede Month ago +14

    Tim Scott is too intelligent for Sunny, she is all about sound bites for applause and you can see she is visibly upset because her narrative isn't working out for her.

    • Glen
      Glen 13 days ago +1

      I’m not voting for him, too arrogant!

    • Lisa Giuliani
      Lisa Giuliani 5 days ago

      ​@glendavis1266 hardly. We have voted for him in SC, and incidentally it's less racist here than in many northern states where I've lived. He's far from arrogant. He is a humble man from humble beginnings. You must be thinking of the women on The View. 😊

  • Erin Stone
    Erin Stone 3 months ago +4

    The problem is here in Tampa, the good schools have NO ROOM. Kids are sitting on the floor in classrooms. They need to build more schools. Better yet also IMPROVE the schools and pay teachers more so you won’t even need to worry about school choice.

  • Dylan Poche
    Dylan Poche 2 months ago

    The crowd is definitely signaled to clap when the hosts make a dumb point 🤣🤣

  • Lightworks
    Lightworks 3 months ago +240

    I feel so politically exhausted. It's been a whirlwind the last 6 years, a political battle between the two parties and I feel fatigued and anxious. I remember the 2004 and 2008 elections creating so much excitement and much needed reinvigoration not just in my town, but in town in countries around the world to different cities I traveled to. I feel our politicians are a bit disconnected from what everyday people are struggling with day to day.

    • Lightworks
      Lightworks 3 months ago +5

      And not that Tim and Sunny's conversation is an important one, but I do feel like Tim speaking on his experience is distancing many groups of people. I guess in general, I haven't seen a candidate that excites even like I was during the primaries in 2020.

    • Andie Stewart
      Andie Stewart 3 months ago +2

      Agreed 👍

    • M5sunflower
      M5sunflower 3 months ago +26

      Well at least with Tim Scott he is talking about HOPE!! God Bless Tim Scott ❤️🇺🇸💯

    • M5sunflower
      M5sunflower 3 months ago +11

      @Lightworks I see it that he is actually speaking of education giving us hope for children and it’s so important . BlessTim Scott

    • Brittany Walker Dixon
      Brittany Walker Dixon 3 months ago +1

      very well said, I agree with you

  • Sunmoon
    Sunmoon 3 months ago +4

    As I hear Tim Scott talk I keep hearing Mr T's voice , I PITY THE FOOL 😂

  • Chakra Beatz
    Chakra Beatz 3 months ago +55

    Logic vs Emotion. Logic stood its ground today.

  • Mike
    Mike 16 days ago

    This man is such a class act. These women are absolutely appalling!!!

  • Mai Zaldana
    Mai Zaldana 3 months ago

    Great timing on those commercial breaks😂😂😂😂

  • Donna
    Donna 3 months ago +1

    Tim Scott 👍🏽

  • Christopher Lucas
    Christopher Lucas 3 months ago +15

    Haha! This heated debate was some really good practice for Tim Scott. This is exactly the kind of heated discussions he needs to be embroiled in if he wants to become president of the United States. These are all tough questions. In fact, I was pretty impressed with the way he handled himself in the midst of all those women! 👌🏾

    • Dr K.I.A.
      Dr K.I.A. 3 months ago +2

      Im sure you were b/c he scurried away from the core elements of the ?'s.

    • Spooky
      Spooky 3 months ago

      @Dr K.I.A.hey wouldn’t let him finish, interrupting him and cutting him off for “commercial break”

  • Maria Carolina Briceño Ramos

    What a way to disrepect a distinguished guest, what a formidable man, God bless you

  • Julie Bwb
    Julie Bwb 3 months ago +3

    ❤❤ Love Tim Scott ❤❤

  • Ultimate TruthTeller
    Ultimate TruthTeller 3 months ago +1

    He just needs to ask his mama and papa if there’s racism in this country.😂

  • Mandi Jane
    Mandi Jane 3 months ago +8

    Thank you Senator Scott

  • Jamesha Kelley
    Jamesha Kelley 3 months ago +1

    I like this guy.

  • thePlanetraveler. com
    thePlanetraveler. com 3 months ago +270

    Man!!!! Scott had to feel the chill coming from the side of the table with Whoopi😅

    • Ian Khan
      Ian Khan 3 months ago +9

      She referred to him as black Tim Scott one time.

    • Norma Walz
      Norma Walz 3 months ago +25

      He held his own though. He’s not stuck in the past, he’s moving forward. Yes!

    • Sharon Gladney
      Sharon Gladney 3 months ago +10

      He is not very bright. His statistics are so off.

    • Ian Khan
      Ian Khan 3 months ago +9

      @STLrecon247 she's awful.

  • Bupe Angasishe
    Bupe Angasishe 3 months ago +3

    The view is a left show but Scott humbled them

  • nicole4779
    nicole4779 3 months ago +33

    I would love to see him debate Cornell West

    • J Weezy
      J Weezy 3 months ago +1

      I would love to see any politicians debate anyone, but will never happen because they will only look more incompetent

    • Vincent Ross
      Vincent Ross 3 months ago +3

      Cornell west would rip him apart

  • Vic Phil
    Vic Phil 3 months ago +1

    We're Not Hungry For #MAYHEM People Like You Sir !

  • Del Merritt
    Del Merritt 3 months ago +9

    Man he’s good!

  • that social work guy
    that social work guy 3 months ago

    I really liked the discussion

  • Tanja
    Tanja 3 months ago +30

    Loved this discussion. THESE are the authentic and intelligent conversations we should be having on race and every topic! PLEASE more of this!! 👏

    • neb
      neb 3 months ago +4

      Yes I hope they invite this man, Sen Scott again, the closer we get to the primary. He's a uniter.

  • Ugo dF
    Ugo dF Month ago +3

    The worst thing for these fear mongering liars is when one of the people they purpose to ‘represent’ and defend doesn’t fit their narrative. Well done Tim 👌

  • Fatema Jalloul
    Fatema Jalloul 3 months ago +30

    If he didn’t get through to these guys I’m sure he got through to someone watching

  • Vision From The Roots
    Vision From The Roots 3 months ago +2

    I like this man

  • Angela Chiangi
    Angela Chiangi Month ago

    Luv ya, Tim. U have my vote!

  • Adrian
    Adrian 2 months ago +2

    All those women just keep holding on to the past, and are so negative . We will never move forward with bitter people like them . He is so positive and motivating! It’s great. Keep it up sir !

    • Terrell Baskin
      Terrell Baskin 2 months ago

      I hope you're not one of the people that voted for Donald Trump. Because Donald Trump said many racist things

    • Adrian
      Adrian 2 months ago +1

      @Terrell Baskin yeah. Because words hurt and actions don’t right ?

  • Maria Cas
    Maria Cas 2 months ago

    Tim Scott 👍

  • Laura Mainiero
    Laura Mainiero 3 months ago +373

    It’s not a political issue its a human issue ❤ Loved that!

    • GQG
      GQG 3 months ago +15

      But human are making it a political issue.

      OKORO CHUKWUNONSO 3 months ago +27

      He never answered the questions though! He is dishonest.

    • ccisthesekxs
      ccisthesekxs 3 months ago +19

      @OKORO CHUKWUNONSO how is he dishonest? He clearly doesn’t believe in systemic racism, but you can’t say that to The View’s panel. He knows to tread lightly if he wants the left to accept, or at the very least hear his ideals.

  • Judy Biilu
    Judy Biilu 3 months ago +1

    Whoopi looks beautiful today. Makeup and colors lovely on her. Senator makes very interesting points!

  • phreakmode
    phreakmode 2 months ago

    They use the old "rope a dope" maneuver when the answer he gave wasn't to their liking. You do not ask to get the answer you want, you ask out of curiosity, at that point your curiosity can lead to follow up questions once the time is given to let the 1st question be answered.

  • fun time
    fun time 3 months ago

    He has my vote

  • Roslyn Newton
    Roslyn Newton 3 months ago +7

    Sunny IS ABSOLUTELY RIGHT 👍she IS a lawyer and observed exactly HOW it is from THE INSIDE!!!

  • Evan Nagel
    Evan Nagel 3 months ago +3

    at the very end the one girl got a talking point in and the person off to the side held the applause sign up.

  • Toni Overton
    Toni Overton 3 months ago +80

    Such a gentleman. What a refreshing change.

    • Dabney Scholler
      Dabney Scholler 3 months ago +2

      He is, the most down to earth politician I've ever met and known!

  • Grub Thomas
    Grub Thomas 2 months ago +1

    I think he’s going to win, and he’s going to be the GREATEST president ever.

  • Ryan Grey
    Ryan Grey Month ago

    Right now he has my vote if he runs!

  • Kai Moya
    Kai Moya 3 months ago +34

    Its all about the choices you make. I like this guy.
    I remember in high school a kid dressed up everyday in a suit with a tie. Everyone made fun of him and called him Mr. President.
    We need to just let people be who they are and want to be, without judging them or even saying anything at all because that makes people not make the choices they want to.
    If black people aren’t getting into politics than you won’t have them. You cant just assign someone to be senator just because he’s black, he has to want that.

    • Ben Tar
      Ben Tar 3 months ago +2

      There was a group of black people who decided to own their own hotels, cab co. Grocery stores, law firms , schools and hospitals in their own neighborhood ... And it was a few of these neighborhoods , there some black people who owned farms and land and so forth ....they made those choices... The dvls made choices to ...they bomb their neighborhoods, stole their land , homes .....the dvls made a choice to show their perpetual hatred towards gods chosen, they made a choice to destroy these people and in a lot of ways have been successful... Some people call them Satan's children, some call them racist the Indians diagnosed them as having Wetiko disease .... The bible calls them "spittle" and our enemies ( 2nd Esdras 6v56 , Deuteronomy 28v68)

    • Lovie Johnson
      Lovie Johnson 3 months ago +1

      They are the devil the Bible speaks of! When will YAH put an end to this evil!?

    • Jane Ruth Raphael
      Jane Ruth Raphael 3 months ago

      No it’s not only about choices. You are disregarding the chronically ill and disabled

    • Jane Ruth Raphael
      Jane Ruth Raphael 3 months ago

      @Lovie Johnson hahahaha

    • LightPvps
      LightPvps 3 months ago +1

      @Jane Ruth Raphaelare you saying the chronically ill and disabled have zero choices in their lives?