Democrats appeared to become more radical in their intolerance campaign against white people and cops this week.
At least two prominent black leaders spoke out about the Democrats’ apparent disdain for white people and cops, likely to the dismay of Rep. Maxine Waters, who recently urged protesters to “get more confrontational.”
The intolerance for white people and cops in general seems to have been a growing trend over the past year but Democrats really showed their true colors by condemning a police officer this week who many argue made the right move as he was forced to make a split-second decision to shoot a knife-wielding teenage girl to prevent her from stabbing another girl to death in Columbus, Ohio.
Civil rights attorney Leo Terrell reacted to the campaign against white people on Fox News’ “Hannity” on Friday.
“That white sign you made reference to, that sign is very, very insulting. And basically the extreme left has declared war on white Americans and white police officers,” he said, referring to a sign posted earlier this week in George Floyd square in Minneapolis.
The sign featured special instructions for white people, including instructions to “decenter yourself and come to listen, learn, mourn, and witness. Remember you are here to support, not be supported.”
“They talk about racism. I’m a civil rights attorney. I know what systemic racism is. It does not exist in Chicago, and Los Angeles, and Baltimore,” he told host Sean Hannity.
He added, “it’s very simple, it’s all about power.”
“What you are describing is what has been going on in Democratic cities for years. They only play the white officer card against black. There is a disconnect,” he said.
According to conservative activist Candace Owens, who was also a guest on the Fox News show, the Democrats are “name calling.” She explained that they perpetuate the BLM and race lie and avoid the truth. According to Owens, if they really cared about black people, they would talk about black on black crime. She noted that 95% of black homicides are perpetrated by black people.
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