Sunday, March 8, 2015

Boy 12 speaks man sized words...the truth about Obama!

He may  be only 12 years of age but his mental maturity surpasses those of most in the mainstream media as well as members of Congress... with an intellectual acuity on par with Rudy Giuliani.  The one thing that's certain about this young man's criticism of Obama and that is, it's the truth!  It's too bad that the likes of Bill O'Reilly could not recognize what this lad and many bloggers have known for a long time; Obama DOES NOT love America...never has, never will! ~ Norman E. Hooben
Facebook Suspends Account Of Teen Who Criticized Obama
By Mackenzie Wright source
A pre-teen got more than a million views when his video criticizing President Barack Obama went viral. Shortly after getting media attention, the child's Facebook account was suspended.
C.J. Pearson, age 12, is a young, black conservative from Georgia who got his 15 minutes of fame when he made an impassioned video criticizing the president. Pearson claims he was surprised to find he'd been locked out of his Facebook page since, and claims the social media website is discriminating against him for his political views.
“I am having my Editor, Alan Davidson post on my behalf on this page while Facebook continues to lock me out,” wrote Pearson going through an adult's page. “The 1st amendment is obviously not a big concern to the powers that be at Facebook, but we will continue to fight back!”
According to Facebook, the suspension had nothing to do with Pearson's political views, but his age. “You have to be 13 to have a Facebook account. This is a requirement, not a suggestion. He was locked out because he lied about his age, not because of the content,” Facebook said in a statement.
“I would consider that complete malarkey,” Pearson responded. “Because in all honesty, there are many many people younger than me who have a Facebook account.”
The majority of them are staying under the radar by not making eloquent conservative speeches. But Pearson is determined to fight what he sees as an injustice. “I think the point is this: When a person decides to speak up, their voice shouldn’t be hindered because of someone disagreeing.”
Maybe he should get an adult representative or organization to run a page for him-- problem solved.

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