Project Veritas on Wednesday released undercover audio of Democrat South Carolina State Rep and US Senate candidate Krystle Matthews insulting white people.
“My district is slightly Republican, and it’s heavily white,” Matthews told an undercover PV journalist.
“I’m no stranger to white people, I’m from a mostly white town.”
“And let me tell you one thing, you oughta know who you’re dealing with, like…you gotta treat them [white people] like sh*t, like I mean that’s the only way they’ll respect you,” she said.
Matthews also told the PV journalist that she keeps white people “under her thumb” otherwise they “get out of control like kids.”
Sounds racist if you ask me!
Here’s the audio:
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Recall that Project Veritas released prior audio of Krystle Matthews’ phone call with an inmate at Perry Correctional Institution calling for “secret sleepers” to infiltrate the South Carolina Republican party.
“On that call, Matthews used racially-charged language and encouraged dirty campaign tricks including Democrats running as Republicans for local office,” Project Veritas wrote.
“We need some secret sleepers. Like you need, we need them to run as the other side, even though they for our side. We need people to run as Republicans in these local elections. This is the only way you’re going to change the dynamics in South Carolina,” Matthews said.
“We can flip some sh*t from the inside out.”
Project Veritas noted:
Matthews also encouraged other election crimes, such as stealing the signs of opponents. “We need some folks that can wear all black at night and take they f****** yard signs down when they- when they sleeping,” Matthews says.
She also used racially-charged language.
“Honestly, these ain’t the same type of black people that I grew up around. I don’t recognize these black people. So, I black because I don’t understand the type of black that they are. Now, can I talk intelligently? Can I- I could be. Listen, I can move in all kind of circles, but I’m a n**** at heart. I love black people. I feel safest around my people.”
Matthews qualified for the South Carolina Senate runoff after gaining 32.2% of the vote in the Democratic Senate Primary. She is currently a member of the South Carolina State House.