Leo Terrell Pumped to See Trump at CPAC, Calls Out Kevin McCarthy

It was recently reported that Ian Walters, spokesman for the American Conservative Union, confirmed that Trump will be the keynote speaker at the group’s annual Conservative Political Action Conference on February 28.

According to a person who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the plans, the former president is expected to speak about the future of the Republican Party and the conservative movement, as well as to criticize President Biden’s efforts to undo his immigration policies.

The announcement prompted civil rights activist Leo Terrell to tweet, “President Trump. I heard the great news. You will be at CPAC 2021. So will I. You and I are going to have a cup of coffee together to discuss 2024.”

Later, Terrell also had some harsh words for House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) after he appeared on Fox News’ Judge Jeanine show last night. McCarthy is scheduled to speak at CPAC as well.

“Kevin McCarthy. I saw you on Fox tonight. You were asked who is going to lead the Republican party. You refused to answer the question,” Terrell said.

Terrell exclaimed, “I will answer the question for you. Our Leader is President Trump Remember his name!!!!”

In McCarthy’s appearance on the show, Pirro asked, “Is the Republican Party facing an identity crisis in terms of who they are? Who is going to lead us out of this now?”

McCarthy referenced Abraham Lincoln in his response, pointed to his record that no incumbent Republican House member lost last year, and although he referenced the fact that Biden was reversing Trump’s policies, he did not name Trump as the leader of the party.

On Thurday, Terrell said that he “voted Republican because of President Trump. I would never vote for Mitch McConnell, Nikki Haley, and Kevin McCarthy. All three threw President Trump under the bus.”

It has also been recently reported that Former Vice President Mike Pence has declined an invitation to attend this year’s CPAC.