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Lord, heal our land and rid us of any prejudice in our hearts. Protect our leaders and guard their hearts.

Racially-charged threats are reportedly mounting against a black U.S. senator amid heightened political tensions nationwide over race issues and policing. . . .

Editor’s Note: During a policy launch last week Senator Scott played the following voicemails:

One of the callers referred to Scott as “Uncle Tim,” — a spin off the racist slur “Uncle Tom” — and accused him of being a “sellout” and “the lowest piece of sh*t this country ever produced.”

Another caller said: “Tim Scott, my cross-hairs on my rifle are going to be pointed right at your forehead and blow your black (inaudible) dumba** away.”

Yet another caller spoke of the “stimulus package” and the “KKK” and said the South Carolina senator was “going to die” since people from the South “just don’t like blacks.”

Scott spokesperson Sean Smith said the senator’s office has been receiving more threats in light of Scott’s increased visibility on specific issues. . . .

Earlier this week, Senate Democrats blocked the police reform bill spearheaded by Scott with a procedural vote, a move he said was cynical and represented “pure race politics at its worst.” The senator noted that the recent threatening phone calls were not affecting him much and that he is comfortable with the security measures he has in place. . . .

Scott, a native of North Charleston, has served in the U.S. Senate since 2013, when he was appointed by then-governor Nikki Haley. He retained his seat in a subsequent special election in 2014 and was then reelected for a full six-year term in 2016. He previously served as a U.S. Congressman and in the South Carolina House of Representatives.

Last Tuesday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order aimed at guiding police reforms after weeks of turmoil in cities around the country inspired in part by the police-involved killing of unarmed black Americans, specifically George Floyd in Minneapolis.

(Excerpt from The Christian Post. Written by Brandon Showalter.)

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  1. Lord pleasebreak the evil spirit of hate in the black community. They are forever crying racist/racism when in fact they are the ones who are in fact the ultimate racist. When a black person “thinks for themselves” they are labeled “uncle Tom or sell-outs”which is very NARROWMINDED & petty. Especially when the name callers are in fact permanent PLANTATION DWELLERS aka demoncratic party. For 50+ years they have religiously voted for hand outs. Anytime a black wakes up & flees the PLANTATION they are uncle Tom’s. Sadly it’s 2020. The last administration (their king)didn’t do much for the over 95+% of African-Americans who voted for him twice. But one thing for sure he kicked racism back 40yrs. Hence the current “uncalled for” unrest Lord help that steel trap mindset in the black community. Bless and protect Senator Tim Scott & his family as he is a victim of racism of the worse sort.
    Thank You Lord👏🏽

  2. Heavenly Father, in Jesus’ Name, protect Senator Scott and his family. Silence those would threaten and use such hateful expressions towards him. Strengthen him and his family. Deliver him, and all who desire to
    serve you and others in public office, from evil. In the Name of Your Son, Jesus, I rebuke the evil that
    has a hold on those who work to destroy what is good and peaceful. Lord, we trust You. We know You are Sovereign and the reins are in Your hands. We need not fear. Lord, Your Church trusts your Word, “For, I, the Lord Your God, hold your right hand; it is I who say to you, “Fear Not, I am the one who helps you”. Thank you, Lord, for Senator Scott. Amen

  3. Father I thank you for Senator Scott. Protect him and his family. May he stand strong and continue to serve you. I pray for his enemies that they would have a spirit of repentance for their evil and turn to you for salvation.

  4. Could this be the strategy of the opposition party? If so, voters will see through it. He has initiated a proposal and they can contribute to the proposal to protect the people.

    Heavenly Father,
    I know that this faithful leader is fully protected. Strengthen his faith even more because of this incident.
    In the name of Jesus Christ

  5. Father God, We call forth Senator Scott and we cover you under the blood of Jesus. We pray psalm 91 over you Senator, your family in jesus name!
    Thank you for standing with Gods law and principals in a land of evil! We declare no weapon formed against you will prosper and every refuting voice brought down to the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords!
    We decree and declare Isaiah 42: 12 13 Let them give Glory to the lord, and proclaim his praise! The Lord will march out like a mighty man, like a warrior he will stir up his Zeal, with a shout he will raise the battle cry and will triumph over his enemies.

  6. God Have Mercy on your servants and bless the righteous to prevail against all the enemies tactics. Protect this man and his family from the threats of the enemy and bless him to be a light and strong arm of change for the black community.

  7. Praying for Senator Scott…he has been placed where he is by God and he is faithful in serving Him. I live in South Carolina and have seen the good he does first hand.


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