Civil rights attorney Leo Terrell sounded off on Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and the Black Lives Matter movement on Saturday, arguing the former vice president has “made a deal” with the extremist group.
After showing a clip of Democratic state Rep. Vernon Jones being ambushed leaving the White House after the final night of the Republican National Convention, Terrell said the extremist segment of the Democratic Party is a “cancer” that “hates anybody.”
I was ambushed leaving the White House by a left-wing mob for proudly supporting @realDonaldTrump. I won’t watch my country be destroyed by @JoeBiden @KamalaHarris @SpeakerPelosi @SenSchumer and radical Democrats. @CNN @MSNBC @cbs @NBCNews @ABC @washingtonpost My response: pic.twitter.com/MhjzPSqEkE— Vernon Jones (@RepVernonJones) August 31, 2020
“If you are pro-America, pro-God, pro-country, pro-Trump, you’re going to be attacked,” Terrell said, and one’s race, gender, or age makes no difference.
“Joe Biden has made a deal with this extremist group. You have the president talking about law and order, this group does not want law and order, they want chaos,” Terrell continued.
While President Trump plans to go to Wisconsin to speak with law enforcement, Terrell said if Biden did the same, he’d have to get “permission” from extremist groups like Antifa and BLM.
“Black lives [matter movement] is a joke because they only care about those individuals who they can make a profit from, they don’t care about Ann Dorn losing her husband, they don’t care about that black Milwaukee man who was a Trump supporter who got assassinated,” he said. “This group is chaos, it’s a cancer on this country.”