Author: Warner Todd Huston
Conservative African-American radio host and Fox News contributor Kevin Jackson perked viewers ears when he made bold comments regarding the recent Fresno, California murders of three white men.
Speaking to “Fox & Friends” host Steve Doocy about Tuesday’s rampage, Jackson called the murders by Muslim black man Kori Ali Muhammad, part of “Obama’s legacy.”
“This is a ‘difecta’, if you will, in terms of the legacy of Obama,” Jackson said. “We got a black man killing white people. He’s killing in the name of Islam.”
The police labeled the murders a hate crime, but did not go so far as to label it terrorism, despite the fact that Muhammad repeatedly yelled, “Allahu Akbar.”
Jackson, the host of “The Black Sphere,” went on to add, “The only thing that’s missing from this equation, and I’m glad it didn’t happen, is that he targeted law enforcement. That would have been the trifecta.”
Jackson criticized the Fresno police for claiming that the man who murdered whites as he shouted “Allahu akbar” did not commit his crime in the name of Islam. Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer insisted Muhammad was “just a racist.”
Jackson said “it’s a trick of the left” to claim that Muhammad’s crime couldn’t be both religious and racist in nature. “They’re saying pick one. You can’t have terror and you can’t have race at the same time,” he said.