Fox guest calls Kamala Harris ‘Hillary in blackface’ in shocking exchange
Darrell Scott made the offensive comment while appearing as a guest on Laura Ingrahams Fox News Show The Ingraham Angle. (Fox News)
An evangelical pastor named Kamala Harris "Hillary Clinton in Black" in a shocking exchange with Mike Pence after the vice-presidential debate.
Darrell Scott made the offensive comment while appearing as a guest on Laura Ingrahams Fox News Show The Ingraham Angle on Wednesday.
Mr. Scott and Scott Bolden, former chairmen of the DC Democratic State Committee, discussed the Democratic vice-presidential candidate's comments on protests against Black Lives Matter in the US.
“I thought Kamala Harris was Hillary Clinton in black tonight. I thought so, ”said the pastor during the heated exchange.
“And do you know what was trending on Twitter? Black Hillary, ”continued Scott, co-founder of the New Spirit Revival Center in Cleveland Heights, Ohio and a passionate Trump supporter.
Ms. Ingraham seemed for a moment surprised by the comments. "Is that right? Wow," said the host. "I missed that."
Mr Bolden, who seemed dazed by the remarks, said, "I'm not sure what that means."
The pastor made similarly offensive comments on his Twitter throughout the debate in an attempt to bring the California senator down. He also called her "false" and accused her of "hissing conformance". He also seemed to stand by the comments he made during the interview and tweeted a clip of his remarks.
Sen Harris was the first African American woman and woman of South Asian descent in US history to take the stage on Wednesday night in Salt Lake City.
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