Liking ‘boobs’ is a sign of white supremacy? Black activist gets Twitter’s attention

As if Brooke Baldwin’s over dramatic reaction to the word “boobs” wasn’t enough, Tariq Nasheed, a black activist who tends to find racism everywhere he looks, wanted to add his 2 cents.

Travis, a Fox Sports Radio analyst, caused a commotion on social media, and had CNN host Baldwin melting down, when, during an interview on Friday, he said he believed in “the First Amendment and boobs” in response to ESPN’s Jemele Hill calling President Donald Trump a white supremacist.

“That stunt that Clay Travis pulled on CNN is a tactic commonly used by white extremists .They will troll in order to get their numbers up,” Nasheed wrote on Twitter.

Nasheed was suggesting  the act of trolling is a white supremacist tactic, but social media had some fun with it.

That he is.

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