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Michelle Obama did what Democrats do every election season – she trotted out the usual line about Republicans being racist.
But the former First Lady did not get very.
And Michelle Obama’s racist lie about America imploded after one black Republican began to speak.
Last week, Michelle Obama, who is individually worth $75 million and whose husband served for eight years as President, spoke out at how America is full of systemic racism.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964made it a crime in America to discriminate in public or in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
The Democrats have proposed no law that can improve on the Civil Rights Act of 1964, instead they are using racism as an excuse to push their radical socialism.
Republican South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott talked about the changes that have happened within his family in the course of a lifetime at the Republican National Convention.
“Our family went from cotton to Congress in one lifetime,” said Scott, who is often attacked by the left for being a black Republican.
“And that’s why I believe the next American century can be better than the last,”he added.
“Do we want a society that breeds success, or a culture that cancels everything it even slightly disagrees with?” Scott continued. “I know where I stand, because you see, I am living my mother’s American Dream.”
Scott went on to retell his life story, how he was brought up by a single parent household and how his mother worked 16-hour days to make sure he and his brother had food and housing.
His road to success wasn’t always smooth and he failed his first year of high school.
“But even while I was failing the ninth grade, my mother always said, ‘When you shoot for the moon, even if you miss, you will be among the stars.’ She never lost faith in me, even when I lost faith in myself. Because of her encouragement, I went to summer school and caught up.”
Scott ended his speech by mentioning that his late grandfather’s 99th birthday would have been Tuesday.
“Growing up, he had to cross the street if a white person was coming. He suffered the indignity of being forced out of school as a third grader to pick cotton, and never learned to read or write.” Scott emphasized: “Yet, he lived to see his grandson become the first African American to be elected to both the United States House and Senate.”
“Our family went from cotton to Congress in one lifetime. And that’s why I believe the next American century can be better than the last,” the senator said.
“There are millions of families like mine across this nation, full of potential, seeking to live the American Dream,” Scott concluded. “And I’m here tonight to tell you that supporting the Republican ticket gives you the best chance of making that dream a reality.”
(h/t America Patriot Daily)