Remember in February of this year when Rudy Giuliani said this? “I do not believe, and I know this is a horrible thing to say, but I do not believe that the president loves America. He doesn’t love you. And he doesn’t love me. He wasn’t brought up the way you were brought up and I was brought up through love of this country. With all our flaws we’re the most exceptional country in the world.”
Giuliani made these brutally honest and 100% correct comments while speaking in Manhattan to a group of conservative leaning businessmen and media folks.
It made a splash, and sent the left into spasms. But it was nothing compared to what followed less than a week later. A young black man, 12-year-old Coreco “C.J.” Pearson, became an internet sensation with his defense of the Mayor’s statements. Young Mr. Pearson became an instant darling of the right as he produced a YouTube video excoriating the president, doubling down on Giuliani’s remarks.
C.J. looked into the camera and stated: “President Obama – you don’t love America. If you really did love America, you would call ISIS what it really is – an assault on Christianity – an assault on America and a downright hate for the American values our country holds – of freedom of speech – freedom of religion and everything our country stands for.”
Within three days the video had gone viral, garnering 540,000 views and as of today, it has over 2.1 million. That and other videos by the young man have gained him celebrity status, as he’s met Ted Cruz, been on Fox’s “The Kelly File” as well as Sean Hannity’s show. Oh, and also being blocked on our child-president, Barack Obama’s Twitter page.
And what has all this celebrity gotten him? Well, many have been quite impressed with C.J. — but not everyone. Fast forward to the present, and Pearson is now 13-years- old and attending Columbia Middle School in his home town of Evans, Georgia.
He says he receives scores of hate mail for his conservative positions and his criticism of Obama. “Every single day, I get tons of hate on the internet but I never let it get to me,” Pearson said. But then he described the treatment he has received from one of his teachers. “But to get that same hate from a teacher in a place that’s supposed to be a safe haven for students? Outrageous and completely inexcusable,” C.J. added.
It seems one of C.J.’s former teachers, Michael Garrison, told students that black conservative activist student C.J. Pearson thinks he’s “not worth saving in a fire,” and he “hates him.”
While this seems outrageous for a teacher to say this about any of his students, we should stop for a second and realize this teacher is undoubtedly a liberal weenie. And then we must recall the first and only rule regarding liberal weenies. Say it with me! Liberals are liberals first, no matter what else they are, whether they are doctors, lawyers, politicians, teachers, or whatever. They think, act, and speak based on their leftism first. There is no greater perceived threat to liberals than patriotic constitutional conservatives – not terrorism – not even climate change. So as caustic as it seems to say this about one of his students, it should not be surprising.
Pearson added, “He should be terminated, if students are to be held to a zero tolerance bullying standard, so should teachers. It’s always great having a teacher that’s not only a liberal bully, but someone who engages in slander.” It seems that this same teacher also accused C.J. of cheating on a sixth-grade vocabulary test. A claim Pearson adamantly denies.
C.J. Pearson is already an accomplished young man. He’s founded the Young Georgians in Government, where he serves as “executive director and has introduced legislation to the Georgia General Assembly.” What were you doing at the ripe old age of 13?
Although this may just be the first, Mr. Pearson best be ready for a life-long barrage of leftist slings and arrows. Somehow, I don’t think it will be a problem for this extraordinary young man.Don't forget to Like Godfather Politics on Facebook and Twitter, and visit our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.