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Harris Faulkner, Anchor of the Faulkner Focus and Co-host of Outnumbered on FNC joined Fox News Radio’s Guy Benson Show to react to comments that President Biden painting GOP led voting bills as ‘Jim Crow’.

Harris Faulkner said,
“The reason why you don’t like it, no matter what race, ethnicity, age group, whatever your demographics are, is because you don’t like to be pandered to. And you don’t want that for anybody else, because that’s not true freedom, true freedom is you’re free to express and be who you are as long as it doesn’t hurt anybody else. I hope you get there. Pandering to someone is a is a statement about control, they figured out what they think you need and what they think you want.”

Harris added,
“There is no perfection for human beings involved. But you talk about Jim Crow and you talk about those signs and not just the era where they segregated us, but Jim Crow was particularly a violent time in this nation. Look, there’s still people who don’t like the fact that everybody’s getting a seat at the table. I don’t know what to say about that. But America is not a racist country. There’s so many good people and there’s so many good people who have the ability and the love in their hearts to sit with the people who aren’t quite there yet. To say, you know what, I’m going to stick with you anyway, because I know we’re going to get there. That was my dad, that was my mom, and that’s who I feel I am.”