Tim Scott Opens His Presidential Bid In Hometown Speech Bashing Biden

Tim Scott, South Carolina Republican Senator, announced his entry in the 2024 presidential elections on Monday. Scott slapped President Joe Biden and bragged about his own rise from poverty.

The 57 year old launched his presidential campaign with a speech at his alma matter, Charleston Southern University in North Charleston, his hometown. Scott officially announced his bid for the presidency last week by filing paperwork with Federal Election Commission.

Scott’s announcement speech echoed themes that he had previously discussed in public as he considered a bid for the White House. He attacked Biden, while portraying America as an opportunity-filled land for those who are willing to risk it.

“Our country, our values and our people are all strong.” Scott, in his prepared remarks, said that “our President is weak.” “America is not in decline. Under Joe Biden we are a nation on the retreat. We are retreating from our past and heritage. Retrenchment from hard work and personal responsibility. Retreating from security and strength. Even retreating from the freedom of religion and God’s worship.

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“This is the most free and fairest country. “We can only go as far as our character and talent will allow us to,” he said. “Our nation and our party are at a point of choice. Victimhood, or victory? Victimhood or victory? “I choose freedom, hope and opportunity.”

Scott joins the growing list of GOP candidates currently led by Donald Trump, former president. In addition to Scott, the field includes former U.N. Nikki Haley is a former South Carolina governor and ambassador. Former Arkansas Governor Asa Hustchinson and entrepreneur Vivek RAMASWAM are also in the field. Scott’s poll numbers have been low, with only 2% of voters supporting him.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has the closest lead over Trump. The rest of the field is far behind. DeSantis will officially enter the race next week.

Scott enters the contest as a winner with $22,000,000 in cash. This is a great start to launching an White House bid. He has reserved ads worth $6 million to run in New Hampshire, Iowa and elsewhere.

Scott’s career in national politics began in 2010 when he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. Haley appointed Scott to the U.S. Senate in 2010, when she was the governor of the State.