Man Blasts GOP for Having ‘One Black Person’ on TV — That ‘Black Person’ Then Drops Hammer on Him

On Wednesday afternoon, top leaders from the GOP stood behind President Donald Trump as he gave remarks following a monumental tax bill passing votes in both the House and Senate.

Trump began by talking about how long and hard everyone had worked to make the tax bill a reality. He then mentioned that AT&T had already announced it would be providing a $1,000 bonus to more than 200,000 of its employees as a result of the tax bill.

Wells Fargo also announced it would voluntarily bring its hourly pay rate up to $25 and aim to make $400 million in philanthropic donations in 2018 because of the new GOP tax bill shortly after. Boeing joined in, announcing a “$300 million employee-related and charitable investment” would go toward supporting “our heroes, our homes and our future” as a direct result of the tax reform bill.

But one man on Twitter seemed determined to find something negative to rant about.

Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) was invited by Trump to give some remarks at the lectern. He said:

“Let me just say to those Americans who are watching this process, this is not about Washington. It’s not about the left. It’s not about the right. It’s about single-parent moms who are looking for a reason to be hopeful in 2018.”

Andy Ostroy, a Huffington Post contributor, then attacked Scott for being the only black person on the stage:

Then that “one black person” on stage, Scott, responded with an absolute scorcher:

 

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