Leo Terrell blows Democrats in ‘1965 time shift’ over allegations of racism in opposition to revision of election law

Civil rights lawyer Leo Terrell skinned Democrats for continuing to make allegations that opponents of their federal election law, the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, are rooted in racism and that some part of the population is still missing the right to vote.

In a Fox News interview on Monday, Terrell referred to the fact that the right to vote for all U.S. citizens has been enshrined in federal law for 50 years, despite apparent claims to the contrary.

On “Hannity,” host Sean Hannity recounted how several top Democrats, including Senator Raphael G. Warnock of Georgia – who is a pastor in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s former church in Atlanta – claimed some of his senator colleagues. “no longer need to ask what we would have done then.”

“We are doing what we would have done then right now. This is a moral moment. This is a 1965 moment,” Warnock argued, referring to a landmark year in suffrage legislation.

Elie Mystal, a lawyer and writer for the magazine “The Nation”, further claimed on MSNBC that critics, including moderate democratic sens. Joe Manchin III of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona are “the white people that Martin Luther King warned us about.”

Close-up of Pastor Dr.  Martin Luther King, Jr.  shown in this image

Close-up of Pastor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. shown in this image
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Terrell ripped off these allegations, telling host Sean Hannity that Democrats have “lied to colored people for 50 years” on various fronts, including their allegations of repression from the American system:

“They’re in a 1965 Time Warp,” he said.

“Let me just give you two areas where they are located: Schools and crime. Look at the democratic cities and they have been playing the racing card for over 50 years … I want to make it clear that there is no systemic racism in this country. “

Terrell said that contrary to claims by people like Warnock, systemic racism was eliminated with the adoption of the Voting Rights Act and the latter versions of the Civil Rights Act of the 1960s, as well as the Fair Housing Act of 1968.

“But the Democrats will keep reinventing the race card,” he said. “What it is now is critical race theory. But if you look at the polls, it’s not just Joe Biden who’s shrinking into the polls. He’s losing support from blacks and Hispanics because colored people – of all colors – have gone their own way. road. road. “

Fox News contributor Leo Terrell, a civil rights lawyer, appears on 'Hannity'

Fox News contributor Leo Terrell, a civil rights lawyer, appears on ‘Hannity’

Terrell noted that many Americans who were previously in line with the Democratic Party no longer drink “the Democratic Kool-Aid” – citing how cult leader Jim Jones convinced his supporters to drink cyanide-stained fruit punch in 1978, which subsequently killed them.

“That’s why you see the Democrats in trouble and very, very desperate,” Terrell said.

Later, Senator John Kennedy, R-La., Further noted that the lives of blacks have meant something to Americans since the first part of the Civil Rights Acts in 1866, which affirmed equal protection under the law and defined U.S. citizenship.

Terrell said Democrats have created an “addictive” class “based on a lie that half of this country is racist,” specifically White supremacy.

“They misled the whole country on that terrorist attack late this weekend. Why? Because they want to focus on white supremacy,” he said, referring to how an FBI official initially claimed there was no connection to anti-Semitism for the radical Islamist . hostage-taker for attacking a Jewish synagogue.

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