While discussing the Bob Mueller indictments, Fox News' Marie Harf was interrupted during her remarks by black conservative Kevin Jackson and immediately called out his inappropriate comments.
Jackson was Outnumbered's #OneLuckyGuy on Friday and his function was to downplay the two indictments and one plea bargain from Bob Mueller's special counsel of Trump campaign members and make believe that all of America is tired of the "witch hunt' against the Trump administration and the Russia investigations.
You know Jackson is a hack after a new ABC poll had been released along with the Washington Post and finds that "49% of Americans surveyed think that President Trump likely committed a crime connected to Russia’s attempts to influence the 2016 election."
See, most of America believes Trump colluded with a foreign government to win the election!
Jackson said, "It's much to do about nothing and what America is sick of the hunt which is going on and coming up with nothing."
Oh, I almost forget, silly me. Hillary must also be smeared as the one true Russian colluder.
He continued, "And then we've got actual evidence of collusion between Podesta and the Clinton Foundation and these other things..."
See, the Clinton Cash book is absolute proof that Hillary should be locked up. Uranium One, beatches! And hiring GPS Fusion for oppo-research is tantamount to treason.
Harris Faulkner surprised me and then brought up Papadopoulos.
"It does not wipe away that a low-level volunteer member of the campaign wanted to set a meeting... and the fact that he lied about it, " Harris said.
Democratic consultant Marie Harf explained "the [Russian] meeting Papadopoulos wanted to set up was not the biggest problem for Bob Mueller, I don't think."
Harf continued, "The threads Bob Mueller is probably pulling on are the threads that the Russian government sends people to tell Papadopoulos that they had Hillary Clinton’s emails.”
Jackson moronically interrupted her and said, “He’s pulling on the threads of Hillary’s skirt,” and he laughed.
Harf looked at him and said, "That's offensive, and let’s not say things like that on television.”
Harris Faulkner also added “oops, stop," to his boorish comment.
Jackson replied, "Well, then her pants, or whatever, (inaudible)”
I'm just shocked Jackson didn't say that Mueller want to grab her xxxx.