Leo Terrell Calls Out Nancy Pelosi for Staying Silent on Maxine Waters and Cori Bush ‘Racist Comments’

Monday, civil rights attorney and radio host Leo Terrell called out Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi for her lack of action on members of congress, who Terrell claims are making “racist comments”. Leo calls the Speaker “weak” and accuses her of being afraid to criticize specific black female Representatives, for their racist comments on the Fourth of July, for fear of being canceled.

Terrell specifically names Representatives Maxine Waters (D-CA) and Cori Bush (D-MO). The pair both tweeted anti-American racial specific tweets on the Fourth of July. Bush declared that Blacks aren’t free in America and freedom is just for White people. Waters attacks the Declaration of Independence, questioning ‘equal to what?’. Waters too makes it about race and declares that the Declaration of Independence was only for White people and that “they weren’t thinking about us” [Black people].

Pelosi has remained silent about the pair’s heinous comments attacking America’s independence and freedom. It is unlikely that anything will be done or even said that isn’t in support of them.

Waters has a history of racially charged commentary. The Representative told BLM protesters that if they didn’t get the outcome they wanted in the Derek Chauvin case they would need to get ‘more confrontational’. Pelosi’s response was to defend Waters saying, “No, I don’t think she should apologize,” and calling it a misrepresentation by Republicans.

More and more liberal radicals are making their way into Congress, and those who claim to be moderate liberals are doing nothing to discourage the anti-American anti-White rhetoric coming from the far left, in as much giving their approval.