On Monday, Tariq Nasheed, a filmmaker who's Twitter bio reads "Anti-Racism Strategist," posted a racially-charged tweet seemingly questioning the fact that the Ohio State University cop who shot and killed Abdul Razak Ali Artan is being hailed as a hero.
Nasheed, who clearly invoked race in his tweet and makes his entire living off of race-bating, then went on Fox News and attempted to debate Tucker Carlson. Spoiler alert: he failed miserably.
In the clip (below), Carlson asks his guest to clarify his Twitter remarks about the incident. Nasheed's only "strategy" is to claim it's somehow Carlson who is the one racializing the situation, that America is a white supremacist nation, and that Fox News and its hosts are a "Nazi network."
A few of Nasheed's tweets below:
The Twitterverse reacted to Nasheed's Fox appearance accordingly:
Nasheed's Twitter bio also hilariously says that he's a "Constitution Advocate" and "For media inquiries [email protected]"
Some in the media biz are opting to not have Tariq on their shows and instead just play this clip every time they need a response from him: