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What Black Radio Host Wants Celebrated in July

Talk show host Jesse Lee Peterson is calling for July to be White History Month, urging Americans to stand up for the country’s greatness as leftists continue destroying statues and monuments across the U.S.“I’m looking at white people under attack and they’re afraid to stand up for themselves. And there’s no real appreciation in America…

Talk show host Jesse Lee Peterson is calling for July to become White History Month, urging Americans to stand up to the country’s greatness as leftists continue ruining statues and monuments across the U.S.

“I am taking a look at white folks under attack and they are reluctant to stand up for themselves. And there is no true appreciation in the usa for white people who created and established the greatest country on this side of paradise,” said Peterson, who grew up on a plantation in Alabama and lived at the Jim Crow era.

“The children of devastation and the kids of lies wish to ruin American history,” he continued. “And therefore I began White History Month 1) to demonstrate my admiration two ) to encourage white people to stand up and talk , and 3) to frighten all generations of the history of America. Where we’ve come from, and the love that is in this nation that came from God, that comes from God.”

To sit back and allow U.S. background to”evaporate” would be a massive mistake, Peterson argued.

“So we just have to remind folks how great this country is,” he said. “Evil is working through these people to ruin good…we’ve got to stand up”

I started #WhiteHistoryMonth to show my appreciation for the white men and women who made the greatest nation on the side of heaven???? pic.twitter.com/zo50RcvcSq

— Jesse Lee Peterson (@JLPtalk) July 2, 2020

— Jesse Lee Peterson (@JLPtalk) July 1, 2020

In the new film,”Uncle Tom: An Oral History of the American Black Conservative,” Peterson describes how he did a political 180 within his lifetime. He had been advised that white folks held him back but he started to question if that were true, Jackson and NAACP leadership were getting\. “That is when I realized I’d been lied to,” he says in the film.

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