VIDEO: Here’s What a Conservative Said That Made a Race Baiter Walk Off Set on Live TV


From the Conservative Tribune: Viewers witnessed an excellent example race baiting by a social justice liberal on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show.

Civil rights attorney Leo Terrell appeared on the show with black conservative Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson to discuss the shooting death of Walter Scott.

As the men discussed the situation, it didn’t take long for the debate to become heated.

Peterson argued that South Carolina police officer Michael Slager should get the ”benefit of the doubt” in relation to his fatal shooting of Walter Scott, emphasizing that all the facts weren’t known and we should let the justice system figure it out.

Terrell and Hannity both agreed that the evidence was clear and Slager is ruining the reputations of hundreds of good police officers.

Peterson then said that people should “stop overreacting” to the shooting and that is when Terrell lost it.

Since most conversations involving a liberal usually end up with the liberal getting mad and pouting, it’s no surprise Terrell ended up becoming irate and walking off the stage.

Terrell said, “I am not going to sit here and listen to this hate!” (H/T BizPac Review) as he walked off the set.

Watch the video here:

South Carolina police officer Michael Slager shot and killed Walter Scott, an unarmed black man earlier this month — that much is certain.

But what’s also certain is that Slager is innocent — because in America, we are all innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

It’s hard to understand why so many liberals don’t understand this notion, but they apparently don’t.

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