Unsocial Media Monitor: In just one week, Team Left Twitter has found a new successful Black man to attack

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  • 03/02/2023

This series on Human Events will be a weekly feature to shine a bright light on the social media activities between those who claim to be part of the “diversity and tolerance” crowd.

Each week, we will take a look at some of the goings on from the world of social media.  While the traditional large platforms are quick to silence conservative voices, even for factually correct postings, they seem to let others say whatever they wish, regardless of the degree of maliciousness

Brent Hamachek, Managing Editor

Last week, we showed you attacks levied by Team Left against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, including racist tweets referring to him as “Uncle Thomas.” This week, Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) is the latest target of the left’s racial twitter hatred, with some referring to him as “Uncle Tim Scott” after his vote against Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Supreme Court nomination.

Many variations of the moniker have been proposed, some preferring “Uncle Tom Scott.”

One referred to Scott as the “Unclist of all Uncle Toms ever,” adding “He makes Clarence Thomas look like Uncle Tom’s nephew.

Others resorted to harsher slurs:

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