Democrats Call for SC Senate Candidate to Drop Out

On Friday, we reported a Project Veritas report on Democrat Senate candidate Krystle Matthews.

Matthews was recorded making racist comments against white people.

Now, after the audio went viral, her own party is calling for her to drop out of the race.

Can’t Say That

While discussing white voters in her district, Matthews stated, “You ought to know who you’re dealing with.

“You’ve got to treat them like s—. That’s the only way they’ll respect you.”

She also talked about keeping white people “under her thumbs.”

Her defense of her comments was calling Project Veritas a “satirical MAGA-powered news outlet” that misrepresented her “tongue-in-cheek” exchange.

Rep. Justin Bamberg, a fellow Democrat, stated, “If any of our white counterparts had said the same thing with regards to blacks, the minority community, including myself, would be up in arms calling for that member’s immediate resignation.”

State Sen. Brad Hutto, the Democrat leader, stated, “When candidates of either party start making irresponsible statements, beyond what party they’re from, they need to re-evaluate their candidacy, and that’s what needs to happen here.”

Matthews is running against Senator Tim Scott (R-S.C.).

Funny how the party that calls MAGA Republicans racists and radicals continues to get outed making racist and radical statements.

This woman is a racist, period, and she must be removed from the political system.

Source: Fox News

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