JESSE'S ON THE MOVE
Veteran activist promises pressure, seeks Florida-vote probe.
December 16, 2000 at 4:00AM
"All cameras are on the one with the ball, and I'm about to score a touchdown on them!"That was Jesse Jackson's gleeful explanation Thursday for the attacks directed his way by various commentators and by partisans of the now victorious Bush-Cheney campaign."They keep worrying, 'Jesse Jackson's gonna riot! Jesse Jackson's gonna riot'" the veteran activist said, mimicking his critics' imagined mantra to the delight of a turnaway crowd in the auditorium of the Civil Rights Museum.Jackson's noon-hour appearance was under the auspices of an ad hoc movement called The Fairness and Democracy Viligance, and he left little doubt that, on what could be a zig-zag path way to his ultimate end zone, he intended picking up some first downs.For one thing, he wants to be one of the agents forcing exposure of the actual presidential-vote situation in Florida.