‘They Don’t Talk To Me’: Civil Rights Attorney Leo Terrell Talks About Being Shunned By Colleagues For Supporting Trump

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Civil rights attorney Leo Terrell, a former Democrat, opened up to the Daily Caller’s Stephanie Hamill about being “shunned” by colleagues and friends for recently expressing support for President Donald Trump.

“My colleagues have shunned me, they don’t talk to me, they don’t text me anymore,” said Terrell. “I don’t care, I don’t care.”

He went on to explain that he’s not going to be a “sell out” and that he finds it offensive that some people expect African Americans to give their votes to the Democratic Party. (RELATED: EXCLUSIVE: ‘Mayhem And Lawlessness’ — Rand Paul Compares Protesters Tearing Down Statues To The Taliban.)

He also discussed why he doesn’t support the Black Lives Matter Movement or the effort to defund the police.


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