Civil rights attorney confronts Candace Owens on Fox News
Added 04-11-19 12:56:03pm EST - “A civil rights attorney appearing as a guest on Fox News's "The Ingraham Angle" opposite conservative commentator Candace Owens called her out Wednesday evening, accusing Owens of getting her "15 minutes of fame" during a contentious…” - Thehill.com
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A civil rights attorney appearing as a guest on Fox News’s “The Ingraham Angle” opposite conservative commentator Candace Owens called her out Wednesday evening, accusing Owens of getting her “15 minutes of fame” during a contentious congressional hearing on white nationalism.
Civil Rights attorney Leo Terrell took shots at Owens on Laura Ingraham’s show, saying she was attempting to put herself “in the same category of Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpKoch network launches ad campaign opposing Trump's proposed gas tax Trump laments EU 'being so tough' on Brexit Inslee knocks Trump for wind turbine remarks MORE, talking about the false narrative” for saying the term nationalism has been tainted by the Democrats.
“Candace Owens is getting 15 minutes of fame, and just give me 30 seconds to prove my point," Terrell said. “She just again assumed that all Democrats are hoping that black people fail. On her interview with C-SPAN, she said the word nationalism has been compromised or poisoned by elitists. Tell that to the people in Charlottesville.”
Owens had a lively back-and-forth with Rep. Ted LieuTed W. LieuCandace Owens clip becomes most watched C-SPAN Twitter video from a House hearing Overnight Defense: Air Force general tapped for Pentagon No. 2 | Dem presses Trump officials on Yemen strike | Pentagon details 4M border deployment cost Ted Lieu plays previous Hitler comments to Candace Owens during white nationalism hearing MORE (D-Calif.) on Tuesday during the House Judiciary Committee hearing, where Lieu played a clip of her from December discussing the difference between "nationalism" and "globalism" using Adolf Hitler as an example.
"If Hitler just wanted to make Germany great and have things run well — OK, fine," Owens said at the time. "The problem is ... he had dreams outside of Germany. He wanted to globalize. He wanted everybody to be German."
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