On Friday, C.J. Pearson, the young Georgia conservative who wondered aloud if Barack Obama really loves America, released yet another video going after the narcissist-in-chief, this time for using the Charleston church massacre to advance his radical anti-gun agenda.
The video, which is generating a lot of buzz, has been viewed nearly half a million times of this writing. Here it is:
There are some detractors, naturally, but most of the comments at YouTube are positive, as this one exemplifies:
CJ, you have voiced the opinion of how most Americans viewed the tragedy that has befallen Emmanuel AME in South Carolina. If only the entire ‘millenial’ generation shared your outlook on life, and how politics really work. You have a bright future ahead of you. I am going to share your post with as many people that I can to help get your video to go viral. Even though the president made sure the families of the victims felt no sympathy from him, maybe if they saw your video, they would know that there are people who sympathize, and empathize with them in America, and do not view their losses as a means to a political end.
Here is Obama’s statement:
Meanwhile, liberals are using the tragic event to advance their propaganda war against the Second Amendment, conservatives, the NRA, the Tea Party, Fox News, white people and freedom in general.
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