The anybody but Trump Fox News Network gave former S. Carolina Republican US Congressman Trey Gowdy, who talked a good game, but didn’t accomplish much of anything in his eight years in Congress, six and a half minutes of air time to push Republican Senator Tim Scott (SC) for President on Sunday.

While Senator Tim Scott is a good man who came from humble beginnings, he, like Trey Gowdy, has been somewhat unremarkable during his 9 years in office. What the out-of-touch former lawmaker doesn’t understand is that no amount of praise by the former US Congressman, who walked away from the fight in DC to go back into private practice and appear as a regular host on Fox News, is going to help Tim Scott win the votes of millions of Americans who are sick and tired of being poor and pummeled by the radical left’s agenda.

So, how important is it for a Republican presidential candidate to be a “nice guy,” as opposed to a “fighter,” like Trump, as Trey Gowdy not-so-covertly references him in comparison to Sen. Scott? Does Gowdy really believe that Scott’s endorsements of RINOs for reelection will be forgotten in 2 years?

Watch Gowdy’s interview with the beaming Senator Tim Scott here:

How little respect must the out-of-touch Gowdy have for voters that he sincerely believes Scott’s mom wanting him to be a pastor and Gowdy wanting him to run for governor in S. Carolina is enough to qualify him to become America’s next president? Republicans have had their share of “nice guys” running for President. History will not be kind to Mitt Romney, one of the “nicest” guys to run for President, who in 2012, had Barack Obama on the ropes after their first debate and then suddenly conceded the race to him. So unlikeable is Utah Senator Mitt Romney with Republicans that it’s very possible the devout Mormon could lose his bid for re-election in a Mormon-dominated state.

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America is facing the worst ideological crisis in our nation’s history. The unrestricted killing of babies is the carrot Democrats plan to use to bring their voters to the polls, a close second to protecting the Marxist indoctrination of our youth. It’s great that Senator Tim Scott is a “nice guy” who smiles a lot and comes from humble beginnings, but for most moms (myself included) we want to see a fighter in the role of President, and so far, there isn’t a single politician alive who has worked harder than President Trump to fight for the soul of our nation.

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