Civil rights leader rips Biden-Harris: ‘Progressives hijacked the rich legacy’ of our movement

Philadelphia-born civil rights leader Bob Woodson criticized President Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and the progressive wing of the Democratic Party for “hijacking” the movement he helped lead in the 1960s.

Woodson told “The Ingraham Angle” on Friday that the election federalization bill named after fellow civil rights leader John Lewis is not about civil rights or the betterment of the Black community as Biden and others claim.

He told host Raymond Arroyo that Harris tarnished the movement’s legacy and bashed America when she told an interviewer that the United States should “watch how can we talk to other countries about human rights abuses — ‘autocracies’ — if we in our own country see an erosion of the rights that have been invested in the American people.”