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Leo Terrell doesn’t think too highly of Joe Biden.

As covered by RedState’s Bonchie, the President gave a speech in Tulsa, Oklahoma Tuesday that may not have hit it out of the park.

Firstly, Joe laid into Caucasian corruption: According to the Commander-in-Chief, “White supremacists are a greater threat than ISIS and Al Qaeda.”

But if you wonder just how supreme white racists are, here’s a path to better understanding.

Consider the fact that black people can’t get lawyers.

At least, entrepreneurs don’t.

From the Leader of the Free World:

“The data shows young black entrepreneurs are just as capable of succeeding, given the chance, as white entrepreneurs are. But they don’t have lawyers. They don’t have accountants.”

Silver lining:

“[T]hey do have great ideas.”

BIDEN: “…young black entrepreneurs are just as capable of succeeding given the chance as white entrepreneurs are, but they don’t have lawyers, they don’t have accountants…” pic.twitter.com/uaVQO6vPeN

— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) June 1, 2021

It seems Joe really wants to help those black people.

He’d love for ’em to be able to vote — if only they could figure out how to get online:

“Minorities… don’t know how to use, know how to get online.”@JoeBiden is perpetuating a racist trope that minorities don’t know how to use the internet.#BidenTownhall pic.twitter.com/hsVuC02PdC

— Steven Cheung (@CaliforniaPanda) February 17, 2021

And the kids? They just need a hand:

“Poor kids are just as bright…as white kids.”

Back to the shade of one’s skin determining whether they’re accounted for, Fox News host Sean Hannity invited civil rights attorney Leo Terrell and author Larry Elder to address such a claim.

“Yet again,” Sean began, “[Biden] made an insensitive remark about African Americans…”

“Joey, as you like to say, ‘C’mon, man.’”

Leo was bursting at the seams:

“I wanna go first! I wanna go first!”

The ex-Democrat dropped a bomb:

“Joe Biden — look at me. I’m black, I’m a lawyer. Larry’s a lawyer. There are thousands of black lawyers. This is insulting. It’s offensive. I’m black. I’m a lawyer — thirty years as a lawyer.”

Terrell

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