CPAC Participant Scott Terry Creates ruckus with out of place comment during session

Democratic bloggers who just took a video from a Tea Party Patriot CPAC session and decided to write about it have decided to make noise for “I told you so” race-baiting Barack Obama supported news bloggers. A guy from North Carolina, 30-year

Antagonist Scott Terry to interrupted K Carl Smith Session at CPAC 2013
old Scott Terry showed up to the Tea Party Patriots session led by Frederick Douglas Republican K Carl Smith on Friday afternoon. You can easily tell that he was there for a purpose.

Scott Terry asked whether Republicans could endorse races remaining separate but equal. After the presenter, K. Carl Smith of Frederick Douglass Republicans, answered by referencing a letter by Frederick Douglass forgiving his former master, the audience member said “For what? For feeding him and housing him?”

If you read some bloggers who have written a story about this already, they have said that several people in the audience “cheered and applauded Terry’s outburst” which is 100% inaccurate.

If you watch the video, the crowd was shocked and sounded amazed. The one person that did clap knew that K Carl was about to lay into this young man with some facts that would have shut him down.


Here are a few reasons why I think the guy was a plant:

  1. He wasn’t really sure of whether or not he should ask the question based on body language
  2. He wanted to keep the conversation going when K Carl was trying to answer him
  3. He then says something out of line to draw a response from K Carl Smith
  4. He turns and smiles as if he knows that he got what he wanted.
  5. He tries to start talking to the crowd to now take over the conversation from K Carl Smith

This is nothing more than a mockery, sham…a bad spring created pilot for MSNBC that won’t pass the mustard. I saw Scott Terry later that evening and he was still in the same shirt, pants and looking like he wanted trouble.


Wayne Dupree

Wayne Dupree is owner and founder of He was named to the 2017 Newsmax’s 50 Most Influential African-American Republicans. He served in the USAF between 1987-1995. He saw time in Operation Desert Storm/Shield and is the father of three. He is the host of the Wayne Dupree Show.

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