Terrell: Joe Biden ‘uses Black people’ in his ‘game of race division’
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President Biden continued to use attacks on Black Americans as a cudgel to sow racial division, civil rights attorney Leo Terrell told Fox News.
In an interview airing Sunday on “Life, Liberty & Levin,” Terrell reflected on the mass shooting at a Buffalo supermarket, allegedly committed by an 18-year-old Broome County man who had written a 180-page racist screed and intentionally targeted Black people.
Terrell agreed with Biden the shooting was a hate crime, but added that Biden again used the tragic crime as a way to again pit White Americans and Black Americans against each other.
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“As a civil rights attorney for 30 years, this was a hate crime,” he said. “This assailant hated Black persons. “
“What bothers me is… the Left plays this offensive narrative of when they see a Black victim and a White assailant [and says], ‘Oh, we’re back in 1860’ — yet, when it comes to Black-on-Black crime, crickets. “
“When you had a situation in Wisconsin [with] a Black supremacist — let me give the Democrats the name — Darrell Brooks — he mowed down White people. Terrell recalled that he had killed White people. Terrell said that the Left and media were reluctant to name the suspect or highlight the mass killing.
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Terrell said Biden “uses Black people,” pointing to the dichotomy between Biden rushing to Buffalo versus being less fervent following the Waukesha attack.
Terrell reflected on being a former Democrat, telling Levin his breaking point was when Biden told a New York City radio program that if Black voters did not support his presidential bid, they were insufficiently Black.
“I’m proud to be a Republican,” he said. “Why did you leave [the Democratic Party]??” Joe Biden insulted and embarrassed every African-American [when he said] who voted for Trump. “
“Last time I checked, I’m Black — very proud to be Black, very proud to be an American — and very proud to vote for Donald Trump.”
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