Published On: Wed, Nov 30th, 2016

‘Anti-racism strategist’ Tariq Nasheed bemoans Alan Horujko being called a hero because he’s white, Tucker Carlson is ‘white supremacist’

Tariq Nasheed, a self described “anti-racism strategist,” alleged that Ohio State University Police Officer Alan Horujko was only being praised because he was white and the suspect, Abdul Razak Ali Artan, was black.

“So white officer Alan Horujko who shot and killed the Black Somali stabbing suspect in Ohio is being paraded as a hero,” Nasheed wrote. “Thats interesting.”


Nasheed attempted to back up his theory by pointing to a shooting incident last month in Boston in which he claimed no officers were labeled as heroes. As one Twitter user quickly pointed out, the officers actually were.

.@tariqnasheed at least you tried https://t.co/vrhTG4N1FF pic.twitter.com/kINcGFsVZ7

— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) November 28, 2016

Anyone who stops a terrorist from committing more terror is a hero, @tariqnasheed

— Nick Myers (@nicholasdmyers) November 28, 2016

Artan was a Sunni Muslim lashing out against the oppression of the U.S., according to some of his Facebook posts. Islamic State has since called the man a “Brother” touting his terrorist attack as a positive strike.

Nasheed went on Tucker Carlson and tweeted:


“What are you saying?” Carlson asked at one point about the assertion.

“That tweet was very vague, it was very neutral. It was basically a statement, it wasn’t even my opinion,” Nasheed said

“I’m sorry, there’s only so much I can take,” Carlson said.

Nasheed shot back, accusing Carlson of being a white supremacist. “Tucker are you going to say anything honest before we get the interview started, or is it just going to be a bunch of projection of your suspected white supremacist views?”

Tucker, this is Fox News, you guys are the race casino. Forget about the race card, you guys play the race casino.”

“I’m not even going to rise to the bait,” Carlson replied.


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