Civil rights attorney Leo Terrell has been on the forefront lately of calling out the left for their lies and hypocrisy when it comes to dealing with the black community.
Terrell appeared on Fox News’ “Hannity” on Tuesday evening to talk about the rhetoric that’s been coming from speakers at this year’s Democratic National Convention (DNC). Specifically, Hannity and Terrell weighed the words of Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), which Hannity chalked up as talk about wealth redistribution.
Terrell wasn’t as kind.
“And then he [Schumer] said that horrible lie, systemic discrimination,” Terrell began. “I want everyone to watch that Kimberly Klacik video, because basically it is absolute, undisputed proof that the Democrats have destroyed cities where black people live in. They don’t care. It’s absolute pandering.”
For those playing the home game, the Klacik video that Terrell referenced is a recently released campaign ad for the Republican Klacik’s bid to win the late Rep. Elijah Cummings’ 7th District House seat in Maryland.
Terrell continued his fiery rant, trying to dispel some perceived racial myths typically championed by the left.
“There is no systemic discrimination in Democratic cities,” Terrell said. “That’s a big lie by Chuck Schumer.”
Terrell concluded his comments by leaving a last word about the push to defund police around the country.
“What society on the planet has no police?” Terrell asked. “What society has no police? Tell me, because there isn’t one. It’s ridiculous!”
For the full segment, including comments from conservative radio talk show host Larry Elder, watch below:
H/T: Daily Caller