Democratic candidate says white people need to be treated “like s–t”

The Daily Caller reported this week that Democratic South Carolina state lawmaker and Senate hopeful Krystle Matthews was recorded making a series of anti-white comments.

Matthews, who is trying to unseat South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, can be heard saying on a new release from Project Veritas that she regards white people as “kids” and treats them “like s–t.”

“You gotta treat them like s–t”

“My district is slightly Republican and it’s heavily white. I’m no stranger to white people, I’m from a mostly white town,” Matthews declared.

“And let me tell you one thing, you oughta know who you’re dealing with, like, you gotta treat them like shit, like I mean, that’s the only way they respect you,” she insisted.

“I keep them right here, like under my thumbs,” the candidate boasted, adding, “That’s where I keep it, like, you have to, otherwise they get outta control like kids.”

“So for me, I know other people are tip-toeing around them. And I’m like ‘yo, that’s some white shit. I ain’t doing that,'” Matthews concluded.

The earlier video showed Matthews soliciting donations from drug dealers

The Daily Caller noted that this is not the first time Matthews has been caught making shocking statements, as in June another Project Veritas video showed her welcoming money from drug dealers.

“I still gotta struggle to raise money for my campaign? Where the fuck is my black people with more? I don’t care about no dope money. Give me that dope boy money,” she demanded.

What’s more, Matthews also suggested that the drug dealers fraudulently make donations under the names of unsuspecting family members.

“Where the duffle bag boys?” the lawmaker continued, adding, “Get you— find me somebody from your family that don’t even know you donating to my campaign and put that s–t under they names.”

Such actions would be in violation of 52 USC § 30122, which states, “No person shall make a contribution in the name of another person or knowingly permit his name to be used to effect such a contribution, and no person shall knowingly accept a contribution made by one person in the name of another person.”