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Sen. Tim Scott Booed on ‘The View’ Over Comments on Disney, DeSantis and ‘Indoctrination’ of Children



Knowledge Nuggets:

  • Republican presidential candidate and South Carolina Senator Tim Scott was booed on “The View” after refusing to condemn Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’s feud with Disney.
  • Scott defended the governor’s stance against what he described as “indoctrination” of children.
  • His comments were met with disapproval from the audience, prompting host Whoopi Goldberg to remind the audience to respect differing opinions.
  • Scott, currently polling at 3% among potential Republican primary voters, faced further questioning from the hosts about corporations’ involvement in political issues.

Republican presidential candidate and South Carolina Senator Tim Scott faced an uproar from the audience of “The View” on Monday when he defended Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’s ongoing dispute with Disney. Scott’s statements about the “indoctrination” of children and refusal to denounce DeSantis’s stance were met with a chorus of boos from the studio audience.

In response to the uproar, Whoopi Goldberg, one of the show’s hosts, requested respect for all opinions. She told the audience, “Do not boo. This is The View. We accept we don’t have to believe everything people say, but you cannot boo people here, please. You cannot do it. Please continue.”

Scott was initially asked by host Ana Navarro if he thought Republicans, specifically DeSantis, were “going too far.” In response, Scott deflected to the issue of corporations, specifically Disney, aligning with what he called the “radical Left.”

The senator did not directly answer whether he believed Disney was part of the “radical Left,” but expressed his concern over the “indoctrination” taking place in culture today. He also criticized corporations’ involvement in political matters, pointing to the Georgia state election law controversy as an example.

Navarro continued to press Scott on the issue of government intervention in the private sector, particularly concerning businesses exercising their First Amendment rights. Scott stated that individuals should exercise their First Amendment rights and if they disagree with a corporation’s stance, they should “stop shopping there.”

Scott’s appearance on “The View” comes as he currently holds a 3% poll rating among potential Republican primary voters, according to Morning Consult. Former President Donald Trump leads the Republican nomination race with a 56% rating.




  1. MAGA2024

    June 7, 2023 at 6:42 pm

    Tim Scott you are a great American. You taught these racist Marxists a lesson.


  2. CandygramForMongo

    June 7, 2023 at 6:57 pm

    Take no offense. Remember that the average THEIR VIEW audience member has a 3rd grade mentality.

  3. Duane

    June 7, 2023 at 7:58 pm

    Tim knows the difference between an African American and an American American he wasn’t born in Africa he was born in America. Nothing but a devise hypocrite clown show they should start wearing red noses and big floppy shoes.

    • Irishgal

      June 7, 2023 at 8:05 pm

      Yes, Smokey Robinson made this exact point. I often wondered why they would want to call themselves “African’ Americans when it was the Africans that sold their own people into slavery to begin with.

  4. Irishgal

    June 7, 2023 at 8:01 pm

    Anyone who watches The Spew, loses brain cells and drops a few IQ points. Shows like this, MSM- CNN, MSDNC and others like them are poison to our society!

  5. Old wolf

    June 8, 2023 at 7:00 am

    Funny tho how it took a white supremacist female to tell a black man he knows nothing about the racist crap blacks go through. Cause she knows better then blacks. Right ??? Takes all kinds of crazy to go there like she did. Guess them other black females on the view didn’t have to suffer like other blacks did. Or they would of shut joy up. Or are they saying how living in their millon dollar homes in California is so hard on them, And the suffer so much for it ???

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