Tim Scott

This is the same man who once said that "America is not a racist country."

Trump may have lost the election, but he's gained a loyal legion of notable Black supporters who will seemingly do anything to prove their loyalty to the man they worship blindly. These "Blacks For Trump" are unwavering in their support of all things MAGA.

The rhetoric following the failure to pass police reform placed the blame squarely on Democrats embracing "defund the police" language, but two law enforcement groups have joined those who suggest that's a lie pushed by Sen. Tim Scott.

Despite promised policing reform, delays continue as the legislation —viewed by many as a compromise — could be softened in the hope of attracting bipartisan support.

A recent report suggests the only Black Republican Senator could be making a power move ahead of the 2024 presidential season after meeting with major Republican donors.

With no mention of qualified immunity, officials negotiating a police reform bill claim they have reached an agreement. They also cautioned that "nothing has been agreed on." Huh?

The visit comes amidst another push for meaningful law enforcement reform as The George Floyd Justice In Policing Act stalls in the Senate.

Rev. Al Sharpton's eulogy at Andrew Brown Jr.'s funeral called out South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott's much-debated claim that "America is not a racist country."

Tim Scott, the only Black Republican U.S. Senator, told Americans that the U.S. is not racist despite his white colleagues nominating him to rebut the president's first address to Congress simply because he is, in fact, Black.

South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott tap danced for and shined the shoes of Donald Trump one last time by voting "not guilty" in the former president's impeachment trial.

South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott -- the only Black Republican Senator -- proudly announced he wouldn’t be voting to convict Trump when the president's second Senate impeachment trial takes place.

"Uncle Tom" was one of the top trending topics on Twitter following the opening night of the Republican National Convention that featured several Black men making the case for Donald Trump to be re-elected.