Sen. Tim Scott (R–S.C.) took to the Senate floor to describe many of the times he was racially profiled. “This speech is perhaps the most difficult,” Scott (R–S.C.) began, “because it’s the most personal.” Scott spent 16 minutes talking about what it’s like to be singled out by authorities because of the color of his skin. As an elected official, he was pulled over seven times in one year. He’s even been profiled while a senator by Capitol law enforcement. “Imagine the frustration, the irritation, the sense of a loss of dignity that accompanies each of those stops,” Scott said. It’s a moving speech, and I encourage you to watch the whole thing.