WATCH: J.D. Vance Blasts Biden’s FCC Nominee Over Unbelievably Racist Tweets

Senator J.D. Vance (R-OH) slammed Biden’s Federal Communications Commission (FCC) nominee Gigi Sohn for tweets he deemed to be racially charged.

“I also notice you are a participant in what I call this weird racialization in American political rhetoric in recent years… There has been this weird trend in certain corners of American politics to be very, very racialized and even to criticize explicit racial groups, almost as a pejorative,” Vance remarked

Vance then turned to the radical racial rhetoric of Pete Buttigieg — arguing his recent comments on the number of white men in the construction industry was evidence of this widespread ‘racialization of American political rhetoric.’ He argued Sohn herself was a participant in this trend. To demonstrate this, he read her a tweet that she initially directed at President Trump but replaced Trump’s name with Barack Obama’s and reversed the races.

“And I quote, ‘President Obama is a raggedy black supremacist president, and his cowardly enablers would rather kill everybody than stop killing white people,” Vance said. “Do you think a person that said that should be appointed or confirmed to the FCC?”

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Sohn replied that she would need to know more of the context. Vance replied, “I think clearly a person who said that should not be appointed to the FCC, and in fact, you retweeted the exact same thing, only with President Trump instead of President Obama, and the races reversed.”

Vance then read another tweet written by Sohn, but instead replaced Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s name with the name of radical liberal Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown-Jackson.

“‘Angry black woman. Not a good look, Judge Brown Jackson.’ Would a person who tweeted that pejoratively be deserving of the position that you’re seeking?”

Sohn seemed aware that this was her tweet, and quickly noted that her comments had nothing to do with the position she was seeking. Perhaps that’s true. But it is the left — not the right — who craves disqualifying candidates on the basis of their Twitter interactions. Vance is merely playing the game the radical left so unwisely crafted. And he did it masterfully!

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