Saturday, February 19, 2011
Saturday Sellout-Jesse Lee Peterson
Say hello to Jesse Lee Peterson. The Alabama born Los Angeles based conservanegro has been on Fox News, hosted a cable TV show, has written for WingNutDaily, and as Renee of Womanist Musings can tell you, has a syndicated radio talk show in which one of the stations that carries that waste of airtime is here in Houston in addition to being broadcast on stations in Memphis, New Orleans, and Tampa.
Jesse is the go to guy when the conservafool movement wants a sellout negro to attack the Black community in general, 'The Revs' or individual African Americans.
In September 2005 he suggested in a WingNut Daily article that the African American citizens who were stranded in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina were 'lazy', 'welfare-pampered' and 'immoral' He also criticized then New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin for slamming President Bush for the glacially slow response to the crisis and then tried flip the script on Mayor Nagin and blame him for the Bush administrations piss poor response..
He has said that Islam was an 'evil religion', attacked Rev Al Sharpton and Rev Jesse Jackson. Sr. and called for the resignation of Michael Steele as RNC chair.
And like all good conservanegroes he has his hate on for President Obama. He has cosigned onto Glenn Beck's comment and expanded on it.
"Barack Obama hates white people, especially white men" and that "Barack Obama is Jeremiah Wright Jr. He is the NAACP and the Congressional Black Caucus! He embodies the aspirations of every left-wing black group that wants to tear down this country and take power away from the "oppressive" white man. He's not an obvious race hustler like Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson; but Obama is a smooth pathological liar—with a wicked heart"
But Peterson's most foul comment was thanking "God and white people" for slavery and describing slave ships as akin to "being on a crowded airplanes'. This coming out of the mouth of a man who worked on the same Alabama plantation his ancestors did unpaid labor on.
Jesse Lee Peterson, our Saturday sellout.