Tuesday morning on FOX and Friends, Ainsley Earhardt interviewed civil rights attorney and former teacher Leo Terrell to discuss his reaction to the Biden Administration allocating $30 million to distribute crack pipes to drug addicts in the name of racial equity. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services told the Washington Free Beacon that the kits might include pipes for smoking crack and meth adding that they may help curb infections.
Leo Terrell agreed with Ainsley that this is going to be a disaster. He explained that the situation is troubling as the government is now involved in distributing equipment to encourage drug use in minority communities instead of preventing drug use. Terrell questions how this could possibly be an effort to achieve racial equality, and points out that no one benefits from it except for drug dealers.
Additionally, reacting to the recent termination of the superintendent of Douglas County School District in Colorado who was fired by conservative leadership for pushing equity and aggressive far-left changes in the district, Leo explained that it is crucial to be involved with local school elections as they are the most important since it is the kids who are at stake.