A young woman who supports Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) for president in 2016 has been targeted online because she is black.

A critical Facebook post about 19-year-old Zuri Davis said, "A FEMALE AFRICAN AMERICAN who is standing with Rand. She must not realize the platform. The fact he's pretty much regarded as a racist, sexist, [expletive] along with the rest of his party."

"It's really sad that we're still getting caught up on subjectivity," Davis told Tucker Carlson on "Fox and Friends Weekend." "I shouldn't be judged based on how I look for my political beliefs."

"My most important issue is the Constitution, and I'm going to support whichever candidate supports the Constitution, not whichever candidate people put me in a box and say that I should support," Davis explained.

"Where are we if we don't have diversity of thought?" she asked. "How are we supposed to have intelligent conversations with each other? How are we supposed to learn from each other? How are we supposed to get a different perspective on life?"

Davis said she "stands with Rand" because she sees our constitutional rights being taken away.

"Rand Paul has shown through his time as a senator that he supports our rights and that he stands for our rights, both politically and literally," she explained.

Watch more in the "Fox and Friends Weekend" clip above.


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