CBS’s Brennan Gaslights Scott, Lies Harris Didn’t Advocate Hurricane Equity

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On CBS’s Face the Nation, anchor Margaret Brennan spent much of her interview Sunday with Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) by arguing with him that Vice President Kamala Harris didn’t advocate racial equity when it comes to helping Floridians whose homes were destroyed or damaged by Hurricane Ian. 

After Brennan asked Scott about her favorite topic, former President Donald Trump and comments he reportedly made about Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell, Scott rightfully ignored her and brought up Harris’s divisive comments about “equity.”  

“I would also say that what Vice President Harris said yesterday—or the day before yesterday, you know, if you have a different skin color you’re going to get relief faster,” Scott responded. 

“That’s not what the Vice President said. She talked about equity,” Brennan blurted out, apparently unaware that what Scott described is exactly what equity is. 

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Scott, unphased by Brennan’s delusions, responded: “That’s exactly what she meant.”

When Brennan attempted to push back again, Scott reiterated that “FEMA has to be color blind. FEMA has to provide support to everybody.” 

After Brennan cried about President Trump again, Scott addressed her concerns noting that “President Trump has talked about this unbelievable spending that’s causing inflation hurting the poorest families.” 

“I grew up in a poor family. I watched inflation hurt my mom,” Scott added. “We’ve got to watch how we spend this money.” 

This segment on CBS gaslighting their viewers into believing that Vice President Kamala Harris wasn’t pushing a racial equity agenda into Hurricane relief efforts was made possible by Comcast. Their information is linked. 

The relevant transcript of the segment is below:  

CBS’s Face the Nation
10/2/2022
10:39:07 a.m. Eastern

SENATOR RICK SCOTT: Well, I think what we’ve got to do is bring everybody together. I would also say that what Vice President Harris said yesterday—or the day before yesterday, you know, if you have a different skin color you’re going to get relief faster— 

MARGARET BRENNAN: That’s not what the Vice President said. 

SCOTT: I think what we’ve got—

BRENNAN: That’s not what the Vice President said. She talked about equity— 

SCOTT: That’s exactly what she meant. 

BREANNAN: I’m talking about Marjorie Taylor Greene and President Trump. 

SCOTT: Margaret, Margaret, let’s make sure—-FEMA has to be color blind. FEMA has to provide support to everybody. Now, here’s what I—here’s what I’ll tell you. I believe that we’ve got to do—President Trump has talked about this unbelievable spending that’s causing inflation hurting the poorest families. I grew up in a poor family. I watched inflation hurt my mom. We’ve got to watch how we spend this money.

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