From the March 13 edition of Fox News Radio's Kilmeade & Friends:
KILMEADE: If I'm in 112th -- 45th Street up in Harlem and I'm walking around, you know, with ripped jeans with a hood over my head, looking kind of raunchy without, without shaving. Now I either can be a, you know, a musician, perhaps, and I'd get pulled over a few times. Those guys like to have that, that artsy look. Or I could be a guy just looking to sell drugs who might be -- I might profile as somebody that's looking to break the law in some way. Now, I would think that I'm more apt to get pulled over or to be a victim of -- not a victim but be somebody, a candidate for stop-and-frisk. And I should be.
I think Mark Cuban said it best. If I see a group of blacks coming at me with hoods on, I'm walking to the other side of street. If on the other side of the street is a guy with tattoos all over, a white guy with tattoos all over him, and a nose ring, I'm going back to the other side of the street. Not that I don't like blacks and I love whites, or vice-a-versa, it's that I'm just doing things because I can make deliberative decisions on what's going to keep me healthy.