Clyburn agrees with Scott that US isn’t racist, but disagrees on voting rights

Clyburn agrees with Scott that US isn’t racist, but disagrees on voting rights


Rep. Jim Clyburn agreed with fellow South Carolina lawmaker Sen. Tim Scott’s assessment that America “is not a racist country.”

Clyburn, despite agreeing with his Republican counterpart in terms of whether the United States is racist, rebuked the GOP’s efforts to change the way elections are conducted. Scott gave the GOP rebuttal to President Joe Biden’s address Wednesday to lawmakers on Capitol Hill.

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“I would remind all those who seem to feel that there is something different about having a country being declared a racist country and having entities within the country doing racist things. I think that that’s the problem here,” Clyburn said on CNN. “A racist country would never elect Barack Obama president or Kamala Harris vice president, but will we tolerate these kind of racially tinged things that are taking place in Georgia, in Florida, and many other states?”

He noted the partisan divide on

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