Civil Rights Leader Blasts Biden And Harris


Bob Woodson, a civil rights leader, railed against progressives for hijacking the 1960s civil rights movement, in which he was strongly involved and helped coordinate national and local community regeneration programs.

Raymond Arroyo, a guest host on “The Ingraham Angle,” started the conversation by showing a video clip of Vice President Kamala Harris speaking with actress and Democratic activist Kerry Washington.

“How can we talk to other countries about human rights, autocracies, if we witness a degradation of rights that have been invested in the American people?” Harris asked, referring to the Democrats’ failed voting rights legislation.

Woodson, 84, discussed how progressives, particularly the Biden administration, have marketed voting rights as a civil rights issue in order to appeal to black voters.

“It’s all part of the process,” Woodson said, “that leftists have hijacked the wonderful history of the civil rights struggle and used it as a weapon against the country.”

“And as long as they can keep black America agitated, angry, and resentful, they can easily manage them; in other words, they’re ready to sacrifice black bodies for black votes, even as they steal the civil rights movement,” he added.

“Empower community-based leaders to promote solutions that reduce crime and violence, restore families, revitalize underserved communities, and assist in the creation of economic enterprise,” said the civil rights leader and founder of the Woodson Center, an organization 

“Apathy is the largest voter suppression,” Woodson continued. “Because they live in a banana republic, many of our cities, such as Washington, D.C., have low turnout in mayoral elections and other elections.”

He explained, “They’re talking about voting rights as the most critical issue for black America.” “That is not true; it may be for other elites who benefit from it, but a child is shot in America every five minutes of every day, and four times as many of those children are black.”

“I know one woman who lost all four of her sons to homicide before the age of 30; that’s the crisis facing low-income black America, it is not voting rights,” he continued.

“Some of these same murders are occurring in cities that have been run by black politicians over the past 50 years,” Woodson explained. “If racism were the sole culprit, then why are blacks failing in institutions run by their own people? Why are they failing in political systems where all the control is in the hands of black politicians?”

“So the way you can avoid having to address this dilemma what I call the ‘enemy within the black community’ is what we must address,” Woodson concluded. “And concentrating on voting rights is a deflection away from that reality and prevents us from coming up with solutions that the Woodson Center has been promoting and will continue to promote. Restoration from within the community suffering from the problem.”