Conservative activist Jesse Lee Peterson is out with a new book called “The Antidote,” in which he argues that the U.S. hasn’t been able to end racism because racism never existed in the first place but rather is a creation of liberals who have “instituted a new kind of slavery in the black community.”
Unsurprisingly, Peterson’s message went over very well in an interview last month with “Political Cesspool,” an infamous racist, anti-Semitic radio program.
Peterson explained to the program’s host, James Edwards, that “Barack Obama grew up hating white people” and has “an inner conflict because he doesn’t feel love, he feels a sense of void since his father was not there.”
Thus, he said, Obama “identifies with Black Lives Matter and others because they’ve been raised without fathers and they’re filled with anger and hatred that starts in the home first, but they’ve been told that it’s white racism.”
The president and the protesters all “lack the love of a father and hate their mothers and grandmothers, and they don’t love God at all,” he added.
This got Edwards to talking about how liberals “don’t respect the authority of scripture,” tracing liberalism’s supposed contempt for the Bible and fathers back to the “infamous” 1954 desegregation decision in Brown v. Board of Education.
“You’re right, liberalism is evil,” Peterson agreed. “The people who are liberals are children of the lie, their father is Satan, and they are doing exactly what they are supposed to be doing. The battle is a spiritual battle between good and evil, right versus wrong, so liberals are children of the darkness, and we need to understand that they are doing exactly what their father’s nature is, and that is to destroy good.”
Edwards then attacked liberals for having “weakened men” through such policies as no-fault divorce, which he said, derogatorily, “is as much of a liberal initiative as the Civil Rights Movement and radical feminism.”
Peterson agreed that the government and liberals are “using women and children to defeat men so they will never turn back to God.”
Later in the interview, Peterson explained that “the man is the head of his wife as Christ is the head of the man, so if the men are weak, then of course the children of Satan are going to take over.”