They say opinions are like assholes; yes, everyone has one and oftentimes they stink. Unfortunately for humankind there is Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson and the turds that fall from his mouth. If you have been following this blog for the last five years, you would know that I am not a fan of the good reverend and his expressed ill-wisdom. Of course my opinion of him has nothing to do with the fact that he is a conservative and frequent contributor on Fox News. Nor does it have anything to do with the fact that his best friend is Sean Hannity. No, none of that matters, folks; none of it. Hard to believe, I know; but it’s true.

We all know that intelligent life seems to avoid those circles; so yeah, that’s definitely not it. What I cannot stand about Jesse Lee Peterson is how he presents himself as an expert on black people. Jesse Lee Peterson never spares any moment to denigrate black folks when in the company of his lilly white slave masters handlers. Case in point, check out what he had to say about the death of Trayvon Martin over at World Net Daily recently.

Rachel Jeantel, the troubled young woman who was speaking on the phone to Trayvon Martin just before he was killed, testified in George Zimmerman’s second-degree murder trial that Martin called Zimmerman a “creepy a– cracka” before their violent confrontation.

I’ve been warning for the past 23 years that black racism is out-of-control – it appears black racism killed Trayvon Martin, and Paula Deen’s career!

Forgive me, but Jesse Lee Peterson strikes me as the kind of person to get greased up and roll himself in flour before having sex with white women. He sounds like the type of fellow who wouldn’t have a problem entering Paula Deen’s restaurant through the back door in blackface, but I digress.

Since the shooting of Martin, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and the NAACP (along with the liberal media) have done their best to portray Martin as an innocent kid tiptoeing through the tulips who just happened to be the victim of a racist white vigilante (even though Zimmerman is half Hispanic).

Blatant hostility and racism toward whites is common among black youth. Martin’s friend Rachel Jeantel admitted that where she comes from the term “cracka” is a common term used to describe whites.

[…] Trayvon Martin was the product of a broken home. He was also a victim of the corrupt civil-right leaders who peddle racism infecting the minds of young blacks. Martin’s parents (Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton) stood next to race hustlers and knowingly allowed this case to be framed as a race issue. As a result, supporters have taken to Twitter, threatening to kill Zimmerman and random white people if he gets off.

[..] All the threats and screams of racism from these thugs, as well as Sharpton and Jackson, have nothing to do with justice for Trayvon! Just as the uproar over celebrity chef Paula Deen’s use of the word “N–-er” decades ago has nothing to do with eradicating racism.

Doesn't Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson look like a "thug," wearing that hoodie? He better be careful before Sean Hannity shoots his black ass.
Doesn’t Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson look like a “thug,” wearing that hoodie? He better be careful before Sean Hannity shoots his black ass.

[…] If Jackson, Sharpton and the NAACP hadn’t jumped on the Trayvon Martin case and made it into a racial matter, nobody would have heard of it. His death would have gone unnoticed, just like the more than 500 black youths that were murdered in Chicago in black-on-black violence last year.

The attention on the Zimmerman trial is not about justice for Trayvon; it’s about intimidation and dividing the American people along race.

I hear from many white people that they’ve given up on trying to help or deal with blacks. If they hire blacks, they’re afraid to correct them because they may cry racism. God forbid if they have to lay off or fire a black employee – all hell might break loose! This is putting fear in white people because they can’t win either way.

Whites have to overcome the fear of being called “racist.” Blacks have to be on the side of good and stand for what is right, regardless of race. In order to conquer these racist black leaders, we must see clearly that the uproar in the Trayvon Martin and Paula cases is NOT about justice.

Jesse Lee Peterson does have a point: If there were no protests there would probably be no arrest, and hence a subsequent trial. Where he is wrong, however, is to place so little value on the life of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Jesse Lee Peterson, like many people I’ve debated are of the opinion that Trayvon Martin had it coming to him. Why? Because as Jesse Lee Peterson put it, Trayvon Martin was a “thug,” and from a “broken home.” But I guess when you’re literally raised on the same Alabama slave plantation where your enslaved ancestors once toiled as Peterson has — no joke, he was literally raised on an Alabama plantation… Google it! — you tend to have a disdain for black people. That’s right, you become a slave catcher just like Jesse Lee Peterson — yep, buckdancing has never looked this bad. But hey, what would the world be without sellouts, right?

Listen below to Jesse Lee Peterson on The Brian Craig Show recently. In the following you can hear more of his coontastic behavior. It is the expressed ignorance such as the following that keeps us divided politically, socially, and otherwise. But of course Jesse Lee Peterson will never believe this. After all, it wasn’t the the bullet from a gun carried by George Zimmerman that killed Trayvon Martin. Never mind the fact that even Zimmerman himself said it was “God’s will,” while being interviewed by Sean Hannity. Nope, never mind that; it was black racism.

To that point it’s not surprising that in a recent Rasmussen Poll “white folks” were of the opinion that black people were more racist than any other racial group. If you find this shocking, clearly you’re not aware that to complain about racism in post-racial America is in fact the new racism.

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RiPPa is the creator, publisher, and editor-in-chief of The Intersection of Madness & Reality. As a writer, he uses his sense of humor, sarcasm, and sardonic negro wit to convey his opinion. Being the habitual line-stepper and fire-breathing liberal-progressive, whether others agree with him, isn’t his concern. He loves fried chicken, watermelon, and President Barack Obama. Yes, he's Black; yes, he's proud; and yes, he says it loud. As such, he's often misunderstood.