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“Media Matters” Hates Black People

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Published on: September 10, 2018

Far left website Media Matters did another hit piece on me. This time they’re calling me a “racist” and “white supremacist” (of all things!).

They’ve gone after Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson, men who love America and tell the truth. More than anyone else of their prominence in media, these hosts stand up for black people. They decry the crime, violence and lies that hurt the black community.

But Media Matters hates black people. Media Matters wants to keep blacks as slaves on the plantation of the Democratic Party – angry, brainwashed and miserable.

This anti-conservative site calls themselves “Media Matters for America,” but they’re against America. They pretend to correct “conservative misinformation,” but only push the lie of leftism.

So they attack me as a black man with a rising profile on Newsmax TV and YouTube. They can’t allow one man to go free, think for myself, love America and white people – because I might awaken others, as I am doing. Media Matters hates anyone, black or white, who is independent and unafraid to speak the truth – because they are children of the lie. Their father is Satan.

Media Matters makes phony complaints about “Trump’s war on the press,” but they’re part of the leftist war on truth. They oppose free speech and attack independent media – the truly free and independent press. That’s why they’ve gone after Alex Jones and InfoWars – and now me.

This George Soros-funded, multimillion-dollar so-called watchdog was founded by radical homosexual, leftist activist, Clinton supporter David Brock. Media Matters president Angelo Carusone, another radical homosexual, former leader of “Stop Beck,” now wants to “Dump Trump.” Angelo goes after corporate advertisers to try to get successful show hosts off the air. These people stir up minions to organize mass “flagging” campaigns, hitting conservatives on YouTube and Facebook with “Community Guidelines” violations. They call anyone telling the truth “racist,” “sexist,” “homophobic,” “Islamophobic,” and/or “bigoted.” But they’re truly the hateful ones.

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Two liberal writers – Madeline Peltz and Talia Lavin – wrote the Media Matters Sept. 5 blog post: “YouTube banned Alex Jones, but it’s letting white supremacist content thrive: Creators are profiting off hateful content.”

Talia Lavin appeared on my radio show in 2014 about her Huffington Post piece, “Why I Never Reported My Sexual Assault.” Talia is an angry pro-abortion feminist who hates men and hates God. I urge people like her to forgive their rapists and abusers, instead of destroying themselves and others with resentment.

Every day on my show, I tell people to let go of anger, which is hate. Anger is evil. It’s of your father the Devil. I urge everyone to forgive their mothers, and turn back to their fathers. Love your parents by not hating them; then you can return to God. You’re wrong to judge yourself or others – you think you’re God. The black community suffers for their unforgiveness and disconnection from fathers – same with whites, Hispanics, Asians and all people. The message resonates: Around the world people wake up, forgive their parents, and see reality.

But to evil people like Talia and Madeline, truth sounds like lies, and love sounds like hate. So they describe my content as a “torrent of anti-black, anti-gay, and misogynistic hate.”

Apparently, these liberal women think it’s “hate” that caused me to celebrate White History Month in July. To them, I’m not allowed to express my appreciation for the white people who made America great.

I said to black comedian Ty Barnett that most blacks are mentally retarded in making babies out of wedlock. Under Jim Crow, black families stayed together. In the South we never complained about the phony excuse of “racism.” But these godless women prefer broken families, pushing excuses for black people. They look down on blacks.

I always say Black Lives Matter is worse than the KKK. Black Lives Matter is a far-left, radical, evil, agitative organization that was founded by black lesbians, black homosexuals, and white social justice warriors. They hate black people, hate white people, called for the killing of police officers, and increased black-on-black crime. But these radical feminists love the destruction of the black community, exploiting blacks for political gain.

These dishonest women wrote that I “gave a platform” to so-called “neo-Nazi” Andrew Auernheimer, AKA “weev.” I interview all sorts of angry “extremists” (including liberals) in order to get the truth out, and help listeners. But they accused me of allowing Andrew “to spew anti-Semitic, racist, and homophobic hate with zero pushback.” That’s a lie. First, there’s no such thing as “racism” or “homophobia.” I tell the alt-right to stop blaming Jews or anyone else for their problems. I urge people to drop anger, to identify spiritually with what is right, not with shallow physical things.

Far left radicals like Media Matters are part of the establishment mainstream media: They all call the truth “hate speech.” They are on a mission to stop Trump from Making America Great Again. And they’re deathly afraid of blacks and people of color walking away from the evil Democratic Party.

Order Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson’s book, “The Antidote: Healing America from the Poison of Hate, Blame, and Victimhood.”

Article posted with permission from Jesse Lee Peterson

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