Skip to comments.Civil Rights Attorney Calls Ben Carson 'A Puppet of Sean Hannity' - 'You Created a Monster'
Posted on 04/01/2013 10:19:15 PM PDT by chessplayer
Civil rights attorney and talk radio host Leo Terrell got into quite a heated exchange with Sean Hannity Monday evening.
During a segment about the double standard by which African-American conservatives and liberals are treated by the media, Terrell called Dr. Ben Carson Hannity's "puppet" telling his host, "You created a monster" (video follows with transcribed highlights and commentary):
Does Hannity have a strong suit?
There have been lawyers on FR who justify the unethical behavior of their profession by stating that they are just doing "what their clients demand".
What they don't realize is that they are using the same justification that crack dealers use.
And the damage that crack dealers do is more limited.
In Hannity's wardrobe, yet not often brought out of mothballs and donned when appropriate: but both loud and strong.
It was the Black DEMOCRAT Mayor of DC that used the word “niggardly” and they his peeps were ready to HANG him!! What a bunch of Dumbasses this group has become. Sad, they had intact families once even more than whites did.
“And the damage that crack dealers do is more limited. “
If Hannity wasn’t such a blockhead, the venom of this pimp of the law and race industries would be more restricted to himself! Much the same as his other good freinds: Al Charleton, Looney Watkins, James Carnival, Paul By-Golly, etc.
Those darn uppity black folks who dare to disagree with the rest of the tribe!
Kill all them Oreos!!
That's a violation of the ethics code. If your client asks you to do something illegal or unethical, you FIRE your client. I've done it myself.
I know everybody likes to bash lawyers, but this is ridiculous.
After seeing that creep Terrel was on Hannity last night, the channel was switched. Can’t understand why Hannity puts these bums on.
Leo Tyrrell, or Terrell is a product of Sean Hannity. He is a regular on Hannity’s Radio program, and his value is his nut case approach to every issue regarding race.
I had a suit looked something like that, but it was powder blue.
He grew up in a bad neighborhood and had 23 siblings. He might not be as easy to knock out as his soft-spoken manner would lead one to believe. ;-)
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