Governor Sarah Palin’s First Endorsement of 2014: Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina

Senator Tim Scott

By Gary P Jackson

When Tim Scott ran for Congress, Governor Sarah Palin was one of the first to step up and endorse his candidacy. When Jim DeMint retired from the Senate to head the Heritage Foundation, Governor Palin called South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley to personally ask her to appoint Scott to the U.S. Senate to fill the remainder of DeMint’s term, which Governor Haley did.

So it should come as no surprise that Governor Palin is endorsing Senator Scott’s re-election. The timing is spot on, as the racist democrat party NAACP has been attacking Senator Scott, a Conservative leader and TEA Party favorite.

As you know, democrats don’t like it when women and minorities think for themselves. In fact they HATE it, and attack any woman or minority who dares to have a mind of their own, and stray off the democrat party plantation.

We’ve seen black Conservatives called “Uncle Toms,” “Aunt Jemimahs,” “Sell Outs,” and the ever popular [among democrats] “House Niggers” by leaders in the democrat party. Conservative blacks and women are also often described as “self hating” by racist, intolerant democrats.

Now the state NAACP leader who is attacking Senator Scott is calling him a “ventriloquist’s dummy” because he dares to think for himself, and embrace Liberty and Freedom in lieu of being just another oppressed democrat.

Senator Scott has a well known and impressive resume. He’s a real success story that any American would be proud to emulate.

Governor Palin recounts Senator Scott’s bio in her endorsement:

NAACP Leader Shows True Colors

The NAACP’s attacks on Senator Tim Scott illustrate the anger and increased intolerance of the political left. Having falsely staked the claim of “embracing diversity” we see another example of the left’s “tolerant hug” excluding those who do not subscribe to their liberal agenda. It’s not personal. It’s not racist. It’s not mean spirited. It’s COMMON SENSE to NOT subscribe to their failed liberal policies that lead to dependence on an unstable and bankrupt government.

But here’s another example of how the supposedly tolerant left treats an African American conservative who doesn’t subscribe to their failed liberal agenda:

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/369065/state-naacp-chief-tim-scott-ventriloquists-dummy-andrew-johnson

Tim Scott was raised by a single mother, started working at age 13, faced challenges through school, and then met a mentor – a local Chick-fil-A operator – who taught him how to “think your way out of poverty.” With that, and strong work ethic, Tim’s commonsense conservative roots took hold. Tim became a successful small businessman, Congressman and U.S. Senator. He is an honorable man who judges people by the content of their character, not the color of their skin, and seeks the same for himself.

With too many purposefully dividing America on the basis of race and gender, it’s imperative that we who strive for a truly United States, under God, take a stand! Don’t be afraid to call out hypocritical double standards applied to independent Americans who are continually falsely accused of discrimination and intolerance. Playing small and timid in this era of potentially great progress towards American solidarity helps no one.

Take a stand! Help leaders like Tim Scott get re-elected in 2014. We need more strong leaders who, like Tim, are conservative because they’ve learned from life experiences, not poll driven messaging, what works for our great country.

Support Tim Scott today: http://votetimscott.com/

~ Sarah Palin

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