Director Tariq Nasheed vs. Tucker Carlson on Fox News about shooting of OSU Somali student by White Officer

by Michael Imhotep,

Wednesday, Nov. 30th, 2016, 7:47 AM EST

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Director Tariq Nasheed of the “Hidden Colors” documentary series was on Fox News with Tucker Carlson on Tuesday, Nov. 29th, 2016 discussing Nasheed’s tweets behind the killing of a Somali Ohio State University student Abdul Razak Ali Artan by a White, Ohio State University Police Officer Alan Horujko.   Officer Horujko shot Artan after he failed to obey orders to stop, killing him and stopping the attack officials and CNN reported.   Watch the video of the interview below.

Fox News has long been known for being a biased, right wing news source that attacks the Black Lives Matter movement and African Americans on a daily basis.  It’s no wonder that they are the home of Donald J. Trump.  The interview became pretty contested very early.  The caption for the interview said “Black Lives Matter advocate questions heroism label for cop who stopped Ohio State Shooter”.  Why did they think that Tariq Nasheed is a Black Lives Matter advocate when he has nothing to do with BLM?  Talk about stereotyping.  Maybe this is a label Fox News puts on African Americans so they can attack them without a valid reason?


Here’s the tweet from Tariq Nasheed on Monday, Nov. 28th that set off the fire storm.  In the interview with Tucker Carlson he did explain that he was not saying that the Officer Alan Horujko was not a hero.



Watch the video of the interview with Tariq Nasheed and Tucker Carlson from FOX News here

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