Remember how the left cried over Trump’s election? It was fueled by racism and bigotry! Now, a racist democrat attacks Republican Senator Tim Scott’s wiki page. It seems the tables have turned.
Tim Scott of South Carolina is the only black member of the Senate. According to The Washington Examiner, Tim Scott’s Wikipedia page was edited to call him three racial slurs, two of which are epithets for blacks who sell out their own race to gain better standing for themselves with white people.
Sen. Scott commented on Twitter.
— Tim Scott (@SenatorTimScott) June 20, 2017
According to a report by Post and Courier, the perpetrator has a long history of going after black conservatives on the internet.
ScottBanks, the username of the person who made the bigoted changes, has since been blocked indefinitely on Wikipedia, an online encyclopedia where entries are created and edited by its users regardless of expertise.
A review of the user’s account history shows the digital editor had a propensity for making edits to the Wikipedia entries of two other high-profile black politicians: Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson and Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke, who was recently under consideration for an assistant secretary position at the Department of Homeland Security.
The user was blocked after their account was identified as a “vandalism only account.”
Tough we are able to look at the history of his user name, this does not provide any information to his identity with certainty. Though by looking at his history it’s pretty easy to tell what this guy is about. He is an angry Dem who is going after black conservatives.
Liberals obviously don’t always hate blacks. This one does, though, especially if they happen to be conservatives. The left is quick to call the right racist, when there are many, many stories out there like this one.