In an interview with Fox & Friends on Tuesday, Fox News contributor Leo Terrell attacked former President Barack Obama’s support for critical race theory, stating that Obama is “the last person on Earth” who should be pushing the controversial idea.
In an interview with Fox & Friends on Tuesday, Fox News contributor Leo Terrell attacked former President Barack Obama’s support for critical race theory, stating that Obama is “the last person on Earth” who should be pushing the controversial idea.”It’s incredible.”
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He should be the last person on the planet to promote critical race theory.” Terrell stated. “Here’s a man; if he’s mistreated, he’ll rebel.”
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“In this world, who oppressed President Barack Obama? He was elected president. It makes no sense for him to be the one to carry the water for critical race theory “Terrell stated.
“So you’re claiming that because he was elected president, we’re not a racist nation?” Steve Doocy had inquired.
“Absolutely!” exclaims the speaker. Terrell retaliated. “He also served twice.”
Terrell cited Iowa as an example, a predominantly white state that voted for Obama in the first caucus.
“To me, the critical race theory is a racist strategy that has not harmed President Barack Obama. And it’s untrue, unfactual, and completely false. It just serves to divide the country “he stated
Obama appeared to minimize critical race theory in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Monday night, suggesting that the conservative pushback against the curriculum was time better spent on other policy discussions.
Despite this, Obama has previously spoken out on critical race theory concepts in 2008. Obama spoke out against the assumption that white people are intrinsically and irredeemably racist in a speech titled A More Perfect Union. The remarks were made amid a feud with his pastor, Reverend Jeremiah Wright.
Wright’s remarks, Obama added, “presented a profoundly flawed perspective of this country – a perspective that views white racism as endemic, and that elevates what is wrong with America above a national crisis.”