Civil rights attorney says 'Trump did more for black Americans than the Democratic Party has done in decades'

A CIVIL rights attorney has claimed that “Trump did more for black Americans than the Democratic Party has done in decades.”

Leo Terrell sparked a debate when he posted the controversial opinion on Twitter.

The tweet which reads “President Trump did more for black Americans in four years than the Democratic Party  in 50 years” has now had over 28,000 likes and has been retweeted more than 5,000 times.

Hundreds of anti-Trump social media users weighed in their thoughts on the matter.

One Twitter user pointed out the Black Lives Matter protests that were held towards the end of Trump’s term saying: “Like what? What about at the middle and end of his term?”

Some were confused by the statement with another added: “What did he do precisely for Blacks? What am I missing? I’m Black.”

A third said: “Name one thing. Can a single parent easily use a voucher to find decent housing? No…

“Can a black man travel safely without police harassment? Not yet..

“Can black voter districts vote without hassle..No.”

Another joked: “Black MAGA is funny.”

In the past Terrell, who has publicly voiced his support for Donald Trump, said Biden "should not be president" and compared him to a plantation owner.

"Joe Biden is unfit to be president, and Joe Biden is a racist," Terrell told Fox News' Sean Hannity.

"Joe Biden has the mindset of a plantation owner.

"He thinks he knows how every black person thinks, how we walk, what we should eat.

"Joe Biden doesn’t understand that black people are individuals.”

And today after it was announced that six Dr Seuss books will stop being published over claims of "racist and hurtful" imagery, Terrell took the opposing opinion.

 He said: "When I taught, you talked about the context of how these books were written. Today that does not exist. 

“It's done with the movies like 'Gone with the Wind' and 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.' 

“People are canceling things to set tone and basically hurt people economically, politically and socially. 

“Cancel culture will backfire. It denies history.”

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