“Today I just want to applaud Mayor Rudy Giuliani for his comments about President Barack Obama,” Coreco “CJ” Pearson says in the video.
“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. Here in America, we don’t back down to terrorists. We fight them on their own battleground and we annihilate them to the very end.”
After posting the video to Facebook, however, Pearson’s account was locked due to “suspicious activity.”
Pearson appeared on “Fox and Friends Weekend” this morning to discuss what compelled him to take to Facebook to defend Giuliani.
He explained he was angered when he heard Giuliani being called a racist and a bigot over comments that he personally didn’t find racist at all.
“I literally had the urge to post this video,” Pearson said. “I rolled out of bed, I spoke to that camera and I uploaded the video. And I think it was well-received by many of the people who watched it.”
As for his locked Facebook account, Pearson explained that he believes Facebook has a habit of shutting down conservatives’ accounts when they speak out.
“If they are going to stifle free speech and hinder the First Amendment, then I think there should be necessary repercussions about that,” Pearson said.
“I think the point is this: When a person decides to speak up, their voice shouldn’t be hindered because of someone disagreeing.”
Watch the “Fox and Friends Weekend” clip above and see Pearson’s defense of Giuliani below.
SOURCE: Fox News Insider
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