Stephen Jackson Fires Back at Trump over George Floyd Comments: ‘Do Not Speak On My Brother’s Name’

Stephen Jackson has some words for Donald Trump.

After Trump’s “Great day” comments this past Friday, Jackson demanded that Trump keep George Floyd’s name out of his mouth. He also promised that come November 3rd, Trump would be out of the White House.

“Hey, this message is for Donald Trump. This message is for you,” Jackson said in a video posted on Instagram. “Do not speak on my brother’s name. I’m making you a promise: You will not be in the White House come November. You will not be re-elected, I’m telling you now. See how the whole world stood together? Arm to arm, race to race, everybody standing for love? Fifty states, 18 countries. That’s what me and my brother Floyd did.” He continued to say, “So, we coming to get you out the White House, Donald Trump. Don’t speak on my brother’s name. That damn sure wasn’t a compliment. Just know, the 18 countries and 50 states that protested, we’re coming to get you out the White House. Stay tuned.”

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Jackson’s response to Donald Trump comes after Trump deemed Friday a “great day” for Floyd and a “great day in terms of equality.” He went on to say that George Floyd “is looking down right now and saying this is a great thing that’s happening for our country.” Trump also noted how the national unemployment rate is going down. However, the numbers only went down for white people whereas the numbers rose even more for Black people.