There is a growing number of people — probably more than you think — that are fed up with the false narrative pushed by the elitist media, race-hustling politicians, “woke” corporations, illiterate major sports leagues and propagandistic celebrities that Georgia’s new voting laws are racist and restrict voting rights.
Civil rights attorney Leo Terrell is one of those fed-up people.
Terrell joined Fox News host Sean Hannity on his show Monday evening and took the left , including President Joe Biden, to task for their false narratives concerning Georgia’s “Election Integrity Act of 2021.”
Joe Biden, from the Oval Office, have to the American public. Sean, they have weaponized the term ‘Jim Crow.’ I want people to know this, as a civil rights attorney. Joe Biden has lied to the American public. Jim Crow does not exist in Georgia. Jim Crow does not exist anywhere in this country. You don’t have Bull Connor. You don’t have German Shepherd dogs chasing people in the streets. And what Joe Biden has done, he has devalued the civil rights movement by calling the Georgia law — which is much more expansive than Delaware [Biden’s home state], which is much more expansive than New York — calling the Georgia law ‘Jim Crow on steroids.’
Terrell continued his rant by basically saying that a person’s race doesn’t affect their ability to procure identification.
“I want Joe Biden and Stacey Abrams to know one thing: I’m a black guy. I got a voter ID. I got a driver’s license,” Terrell said. “It’s not hard for minorities to get a photo ID because you want election integrity, Joe Biden.”
But that wasn’t all. Terrell continued by calling both Biden and failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams “liars.”
I’ll use a page from Donald Trump’s playbook. We have to fight back. We have to call Joe Biden and Stacey Abrams for what they are, liars. See this ID card? It’s easy. All you do, you walk up and get one. In Georgia, you don’t have one, they will give you one. So, Joe Biden owes this nation an apology for devaluing those people who really went through hell during the civil rights movement in the 50s and 60s.
For video of Terrell’s comments, watch the video at the top.