Scott’s story is a characteristic American narrative of redemption. “It’s the story that even though you fall or find yourself in a tough situation, it’s not the end of your story.” Scott’s story has already seen him become the first African American to serve in both the House and the Senate. Scott is clearly the author of his own story. It’s not derivative, and it doesn’t fit into the hackneyed narrative provided by the Left for racial minorities. Scott’s originality and refusal to be stereotyped rankle his left-wing critics and confound much of the political media, which see America as a land not of opportunity but of oppression, a place where a man’s politics should be determined by his skin color or his class. “America is not a racist country,” Scott bluntly and bravely declared to millions of television viewers who watched him deliver the Republican response to President Joe Biden’s first speech to Congress. “It’s backwards to fight discrimination with different types of discrimination. And it’s wrong to try to use our painful past to dishonestly shut down debates in the present.” https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/politics/tim-scott-wont-wear-your-left-wing-label Tim Scott’s story is what America is all about. His story flies in the face of the of the propaganda of the progressive left. He’s the first African American to serve in both the house and the senate.