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Fox hosts: Hey Sharpton, Jackson, Obama, where’s the outrage now?

The often-comical hosts of “Fox and Friends” were not joking around Wednesday morning asking where, oh where, is the outrage from Rev. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and even President Obama toward the twisted teenagers who killed baseball player Chris Lane simply out of boredom.

(Left to Right)  James Edwards 15, Chancey Luna 16, Michael Jones 17 Photo Credit: The Last Refuge
(Left to Right) James Edwards 15, Chancey Luna 16, Michael Jones 17
Photo Credit: The Last Refuge

The three teens, two – James Edwards and Chancey Luna – who were charged with first-degree murder, reportedly admitted to killing Australian-citizen Lane, 22, while he was out jogging in Oklahoma just because they were “bored and wanted to kill somebody.”

An irate Brian Kilmeade noted that “every time something like this happens,” Sharpton and Jackson have something to say.

So, Kilmeade said, “Right now, let’s go to Jesse Jackson and Al Shaprton,” and Steve Doocy piped up, “to the live shot?”

And there was a pause, but of course, there was no live shot of the two race-baiters because “they haven’t come forward and said anything,” guest host Anna Kooiman said.

“Are they going to? Will they? And should they?” she asked.

As the hosts lamented the obvious double standard by the likes of Sharpton and Jackson, Doocy asked when celebrities would don a “I am Chris Lane” tee-shirt.

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Janeen Capizola

"And though she be but little, she is fierce." And fun! This conservative-minded political junkie, mom of three, dancer and one-time NFL cheerleader holds a bachelor of arts degree in political science. [email protected] Twitter: @JaneenBPR

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