Senator Tim Scott slammed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s “cruel, sinful” remarks, saying that Republicans are trying to “get rid of the murder… the murder of George Freud “.
Scott, a South Carolina Republican and the only black senator in the party, responded to Pelosi’s remarks about the Police Reform Act of the Judicial Law in a speech to Fox News Radio on Friday .
In an interview with CBS Radio on Tuesday, Pelosi criticized the Republican bill, calling it “irreparable” and saying there would be “no changes”.
Pelosi said: “For something to happen, they will have to face the reality of police brutality, the reality of maintaining law and order, and people recognize that there are many good people in law enforcement, but not all.”
“And we have to solve these problems. So, when they admit this and make some suggestions worth considering, but so far, they are actually trying to get rid of the murder of George Freud.”
Senator Tim Scott (left) slammed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (right) for his “outrageous, guilty” remarks that Republicans are trying to get rid of murder.. . Murder George Floyd (George Floyd).
Scott replied: “This is the cruelest and most sinister comment I have heard as a public official.”
“I thought to myself,” How could this woman jump into the abyss of racial politics in front of a refrigerator worth $24,000? Why should she do that in the world? “
Scott continued: “By the way, there is only one answer.” “This is because she has lived in a privileged state for so long that she has forgotten that the Republican Party has voted more on legislation in the civil rights era than on the Democratic Party .
He continued: “This is because she forgot President Trump and the criminal justice reforms carried out in 2018 made up for the Democratic Party’s 1994 crime bill. ”
Scott continued: “She was forgotten. It was the school choice movement that freed more poor children from the poor education system brought about by the Democratic Party and trade union organizations they had never seen before.”
U.S. Senator John Corning (R-TX) and U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) held a vote on Thursday in the United States Capitol in Washington, DC to conclude the review of the National Defense Authorization Act .
Pelosi flaunts her expensive refrigerator on late-night TV in April
“She has so much oblivion of reality that she spends too much time in the alternative universe. But the fact is simple,” Scott added. “Why would she bend so low? In short: they believe-I really believe this-they think it is more important to launch a brutal campaign against the police than to solve the police reform.
On Wednesday, Democrats in the Senate blocked the debate on Scott’s Justice Act, a measure that was 5 votes fewer than the 60 votes needed to move forward.
The House Democrats passed their bill last Friday, but the Senate is unlikely to adopt the bill, and President Donald Trump vowed to veto the bill.
Trump shrugged after the Republican law and order on policing stalled this week and was blocked by Democrats.
Trump said: “If nothing happens, it is one of them.” “We have a different philosophy.”
Felosi ended the confusion of names last Friday because she announced that the Democratic police reform named after George Floyd is worth “George Kirby’s name”.
Pelosi was speaking to reporters at the time and was planning to mention the Floyd man in Minneapolis. He was kneeled for nearly eight minutes and died in police detention last month.
George Kirby is a black comedian and singer who was very popular in the 1960s and 1970s when he died in 1995.
Even if the proposals of Congress have something in common, there are great differences between them.
One major difference is that several changes proposed by Republicans (for example, restrictions on police use of chokes have been banned in many jurisdictions) have been banned by the Democratic Party.
Pelosi said she was all about bringing ideas to the table, but “if one person is talking about the choke and the other person is talking about the choke, it is difficult to compromise.”
Law enforcement organizations and some leading business groups in the United States, including the influential leading CEO business round table, are encouraging Congress to continue its efforts to find solutions.
But this seems unlikely because the position of the legislators has become firm and the political parties reached a political deadlock before the election season and elections.
Nancy Pelosi spoke with other members of Congress on the steps of the United States Capitol before members of Congress voted for the passage of Justice George Floyd.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the House bill would not pass the Senate
The core of these two bills will be the establishment of a national database on the use of force incidents, which is seen as a way to increase the transparency of records when officials move from one agency to another.
The bills will also establish new training procedures, including enhanced use of human cameras.
The Democracy Act was further advanced, amending federal regulations against police misconduct, and requiring officials to take personal responsibility for damages from litigation. It will also stop sending military equipment to local law enforcement agencies.
Neither bill met the expectations of some radicals, calling for the allocation of police funds and the transfer of resources to other community services.
Scott insisted that he was willing to accept the amendments proposed by the Democratic Party to amend the bill. But Democrats questioned whether McConnell allowed a thorough debate, but blocked the Republican bill and hoped to renegotiate.