Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson: Black Lives Matter A ‘Hate Group’

AP Photo/Evan Vucci
AP Photo/Evan Vucci

Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson says that he considers Black Lives Matter to be a hate group and that it is “no different than the KKK.”

“It’s a hate group, they’re no different than the skinheads or the KKK. They are people who have never been taught to love. From the beginning of their lives they were taught to hate, blame and become victims. They’re just spending a lifetime blaming white americans, blaming slavery for their lack of good parents in the homes and their lack of love,” Peterson, who is the president and founder of the Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny, told host Stephen K. Bannon on Breitbart News Daily.

“If Black Lives Matter was a white radical group, doing exactly what these black people are doing, they would be shut down. America would not allow that to happen” he said.

He added that, “white Americans feel helpless and they have fear and they allow black lives matter, and other groups, to destroy our country.”

He also spoke about the rise of Islam in the prison population in the United States.

“I’ve done a lot of work in the prisons and jails, and juvenile detention centers over the years. They have taught, and are teaching black youth, both male and female now, that Christianity is the white man’s religion and that Islam is the black man’s religion.”

Peterson was once a Democrat, but credits God for “helping him realize that he is a Conservative.”

“At one point, I was a liberal Democrat, and I had the same anger as Black Lives Matter have because my father wasn’t there for me. Instead of people helping me to forgive him, they told me it was white racism, so I had to same hatred for white people. “

“But I went to God and asked him to show me what was wrong, he  allowed me to see it was that anger that starts in the home.”


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