My Debate with the Cretinous ‘Rev.’ Jesse Lee Peterson

Posted: June 12th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: VOC Essays | 8 Comments »
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Yesterday, I was on The Jesse Lee Peterson Show debating my article The Black Republican War at The Washington Times Communities. (I called it The Black Conservative Intellectual Civil War at the Hip Hop Republican.) Unlike some timid writers who duck interviews at hostile venues and hide behind their pens, I decided to do the interview with the fake, retarded “reverend” when I was contacted by his producer. Needless to say, it was very contentious, but the guy couldn’t hold a candle to me or any of my arguments. By the end of the discussion, my piece was barely touched, much less refuted. Listen for yourself.

The fact that Peterson had me on his show just proves how threatened he is by me and my piece, which continues to gain traction. It just shows that my pen is slowly but surely becoming too effective to ignore. I exposed him for being a self-hating white supremacist puppet and a pusillanimous lickspittle—and I did it on his own show!

Although Peterson generally sounds like someone who suffered from a stroke—especially given his slurred speech, inability to pronounce basic words, and all-around, very noticeable cerebral slowness—I decided to go on to see whether being on with me would elevate his level of discourse from the decrepit gutter where it usually resides. Alas, all Peterson had to offer as “arguments” for the entire 40 minutes was calling me a liar (for stating easily provable facts and quoting him); calling me a liberal (because I oppose racism—including right-wing racism); insulting my family (yes, a sexagenarian “reverend” actually makes “Yo Momma” jokes on national radio after getting slapped around intellectually by a man 40 years younger than him); and accusing me of being a fake American (for the “crime” of acknowledging the fact that, in addition to being a proud American by choice, I was born with both British and Nigerian citizenships). What do you expect from a 64-year-old man with no college degrees, no family, and nothing to show for his life, except being universally known as the less-entertaining (but equally cartoonish) version of Uncle Ruckus from The Boondocks?

In any event, as a service to the many new visitors to this site—WELCOME TO VOICEOFCHID.COM!—let me fact-check all of the major comments I made on the show that Peterson took issue with. (Be sure to click on all the hyperlinks for sources. And also research for yourself.)

Peterson thanked whites for slavery and likened the experience of being carried on slave ships to flying on crowded airplanes

 

In future, before accusing people of lying by quoting him, Peterson might want to get the proof removed from YouTube. (Just a suggestion…)

Sean Hannity and Patrick Buchanan are racists

This is not a controversial point to anyone who is even mildly acquainted with facts. As I said on the show, Sean Hannity was friends with Hal Turner, a white supremacist and a neo-Nazi. Lying Hannity tried to deny the friendship when confronted, but Turner confirmed it. The Huffington Post has the quote from Turner:

I was quite disappointed when Sean Hannity at first tried to say he didn’t know me and then went on to say that I ran some senate campaign in New Jersey. In fact, Sean Hannity does know me and we were quite friendly a number of years ago.

When Hannity took over Bob Grant’s spot on 77 WABC in New York City, I was a well-known, regular and welcome caller to his show. Through those calls, Sean and I got to know each other a bit and at some point, I can’t remember exactly when, Sean gave me the secret “Guest call-in number” at WABC so that my calls could always get on the air.

I also pointed out that Sean Hannity used his radio show to repeatedly defend racist white police officers who brutally beat and sodomized innocent Haitian immigrant, Abner Louima. Please read this excellent piece at theGrio documenting Hannity’s behavior during the Louima case and more of Hannity’s history of supporting white racists who attack black people. Yes, according to retarded “Rev.” Peterson and his developmentally disabled followers, that’s Hannity’s way of showing his love and admiration for the black community! (Yes, people really are this stupid.) As for Patrick Buchanan being a racist and an anti-Semite, it’s as much an irrefutable fact as 2+2=4. If there are any doubters, read some quotes here. (And just for the fun of it, read Rush Limbaugh’s racist quotes here, too.)

Clearly, as I have documented very quickly here, EVERY SINGLE POINT I made on that show is true. If you think only liberals are capable of engaging in Orwellian thinking, you now have proof that conservatives do it, too. We’re living in a world where disadvantageous facts can easily be called lies by morons. Truth-tellers are the new liars, and liars are the new truth-tellers. Orwell’s nightmare is now a reality.

On every topic, I whooped Peterson’s behind—and his ignorant ambush caller. Peterson probably thought, “Aha! A 24-year-old writer who attacked me in a piece. Let me invite him on my show with a saccharine e-mail from my producer, then ambush him.” Unfortunately for Peterson, I was ready for him—and I clearly won the day. (That is if you have the benefit of a triple-digit IQ and know that a retard calling a fact a lie doesn’t make it any less of a fact.)

I truly look forward to doing more interviews with hosts who hold different views. I just hope the next one is with an honest intellectual, so we can actually exchange ideas—not a mentally challenged black puppet for white supremacy with unresolved mommy issues, which presumably fuels his visceral hatred of black people (and black women in particular).