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TERRELL: ‘I fear the worst for people of color’

“As long as the democrats control these cities I fear the worst for people of color.” 

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Leo Terrell appeared on a special edition of Hannity Monday to discuss what he fears the most about Black Lives Matter and Antifa. Terrell, perhaps one of the biggest critics of BLM, blasted democratic leaders for not prosecuting, arresting or even criticizing the movement. 

“There is a pattern going on in democratic cities. Black Lives Matter and Antifa cannot get prosecuted, cannot get arrested…you do not hear a single democratic politician ever criticize Black Lives Matter,” he said.

“Joe Biden and Kamala Karris, remember, she is the individual that funded a bail program to let criminals out, she is the one that supported the mayor of LA for defunding the police. The police department has been ordered to stand down,” he added.

Terrell believes that Black Lives Matter is only going to get bigger, and fears that the organization will soon go unchecked. 

“Black Lives Matter is so emboldened they are demanding a seat at the table with the president. Black Lives Matter/Antifa is going to grow like ISIS did in the Middle East and if it wasn’t for Donald Trump, they would have permanated this entire country already and  what I fear the most, Trey, is that Black Lives Matter and Antifa will go unchecked during a Biden/Kamala Harris administration,” he said.  

When asked what democratic cities need to be doing that they aren’t currently doing, Terrell emphasized education as the only way to help fix the poverty cycle. 

“Number one Trey Gowdy, school choice. Trey, the reason why Larry Elder and I are on this program right now is because of education. And these democratic cities and these teachers unions do not give a heck about people of color. If you don’t break this cycle of poor education, you’ll never break the poverty cycle,” he said.

“And then, you try to get some justice reform. Oh no you can’t do that with Tim Scott because he’s a republican, the democrats, Kamala Harris and Cory Booker wouldn’t support it because it came from a republican,” he continued.  

“As long as the democrats control these cities I fear the worst for people of color.” 

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  1. Tom Lingo

    November 24, 2020 at 12:56 pm

    Why isn’t the RNC Ballot Harvesting and collecting ballots with no ID or Signature verification. As soon as the Mail In Ballots were mailed the DNC went to work harvesting. Georgia law allows it so why aren’t the Republicans joining forces and Harvesting Ballots NOW!

  2. James Payne

    November 24, 2020 at 1:51 pm

    Good! Let them suffer for who they voted for!

    MAYBE they’ll lear something!

  3. Bill Wills

    November 24, 2020 at 3:27 pm

    I like Leo Terrell and Larry Elder not for the color of their skin but for the content of their character. Too bad there a not a lot more like them however I understand many reasons why there aren’t.

  4. VINCENT WILLIAMS

    November 26, 2020 at 12:43 pm

    Thanks for sharing. We will win this. The left have shown their true colors and the vas majority of Americans and Foreigners alike, see the difference between them and Conservatives/Republicans and want no part of their madness.

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Parade Tragedy Suspect’s Social Media Posts Show BLM Support

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Waukesha

The man who allegedly drove a red SUV through a Christmas parade in Wisconsin on Sunday evening had numerous posts on social media expressing support for Black Lives Matter and “black nationalist rhetoric” along with disdain for Republican politicians and conservative media.

The suspect is currently in police custody after the incident resulted in the deaths of at least five people and injuries to more than 40 others.

“A lone subject intentionally drove his maroon SUV through barricades into a crowd of people that was celebrating the Waukesha Christmas Parade which resulted in killing five individuals and injuring 48 additional individuals,” Thompson said at a press conference. “I just received information that two of the 48 are children and they’re in critical condition.”

According to the online news outlet Heavy, the suspect “posted anti-police rhetoric” and “black nationalist rhetoric” on social media. He also “posted a photoshopped fake image of former Republican Governor Scott Walker as a Nazi.”

One Twitter user posted some of the suspect’s now-deleted Facebook posts, which showed extreme support for BLM.

The suspect’s support for BLM is particularly notable because the incident occurred in Waukesha, Wisconsin, which is just an hour drive away from Kenosha, Wisconsin, where Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted on all charges – just two days before the parade attack – for shootings that killed two men and injured a third during last year’s BLM riots.

The suspect additionally has a long criminal history, having “been charged with or convicted on an array of charges over the past 22 years, including battery, domestic violence, cocaine possession and resisting arrest in several jurisdictions in Wisconsin,” The New York Times reported. “He has served at least two jail sentences and spent years on probation and in court-mandated work-release and anger management programs.”

The suspect had been released from jail on Friday – the same day Rittenhouse was acquitted – after posting bail that had been set at $1,000 for three misdemeanor and two felony charges, including felony bail jumping.

The Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm’s office described the $1,000 bail as “inappropriately low” in a statement on Monday.

The statement said, “On November 5, 2021, the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s office issued against [the suspect] charges of Second Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety, Felony Bail Jumping, Battery, Obstructing an Officer and Disorderly Conduct … The most recent case against [the suspect] was appropriately charged. The state made a cash bail request in this case of $1,000, which was set by the court. The defendant posted $1,000 cash bail on November 11, resulting in his release from custody.”

“The State’s bail recommendation in this case was inappropriately low in light of the nature of the recent charges and the pending charges against [the suspect],” the statement added. “The bail recommendation in this case is not consistent with the approach of the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office toward matters involving violent crime, nor was it consistent with the risk assessment of the defendant prior to setting of bail.”

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Catholic University Hangs Painting Depicting George Floyd as Jesus Christ

Kelly Latimore’s painting, titled ‘Mama,’ evokes Michelangelo’s sculpture ‘La Pieta’

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Kelly Latimore's painting, titled 'Mama,' evokes Michelangelo's sculpture 'La Pieta'

The Catholic University of America has a new painting causing an uproar. The artwork depicts George Floyd as Jesus Christ. One student described the display as “heretical, blasphemous idolatry.”

“There’s a fine line between recognizing the innate dignity and righteousness of human beings that are made in the image of God and embracing brazen, progressive politics” student Blayne Clegg told Fox News.

The school said the painting was done by Kelly Latimore and is titled “Mama” which shows a mother mourning her son. It evokes Michelangelo’s sculpture “La Pieta” according to the school. Michelangelo’s work, however, depicts the virgin mother Mary holding Jesus Christ.

Two of the paintings hang in the campus. One in the law school and one in the campus ministry office. The artist has indicated his painting represents Jesus and George Floyd. Karna Lozoya, vice president for university communications told The Daily Signal “you can identify Jesus by the marks in the halo.”

Following The Daily Signal’s report on the paintings, the Catholic University chapter of Young Americans for Freedom started a petition to remove the paintings. One student who asked to remain anonymous out of fear of retribution from the university’s administration stated “there are many students, faculty, and staff who are concerned about this, but there is nothing we can do.”

“The icon has no place at The Catholic University of America; it is blasphemous and an offense to the Catholic faith, but it is not surprising at all that it was put there. It is just another symptom of the liberalization and secularization of our campus” the student added, who lamented, “If we sound the alarm, we will be labeled racists.”

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