How Hillary Plays the Race Card – Jesse Lee Peterson on Fox [Video]

How Hillary Plays the Race Card - Jesse Lee Peterson on Fox [Video]
How Hillary Plays the Race Card – Jesse Lee Peterson on Fox [Video]
Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, Founder and President of BOND and author of “The Antidote: Healing America from the Poison of Hate, Blame, and Victimhood,” appeared on “Varney & Co.” on The Fox Business Network on Wednesday.

Peterson discussed how Hillary Clinton and the Democrats are playing the race card to manipulate and keep blacks on the Democrats plantation, which has been going on for decades.

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Rev. Peterson also talked to Stuart Varney about what he thinks of the United Nations and their push to make the US pay reparations for slavery and “discrimination.”

Peterson, a former Democrat, was born in Midway, Alabama, and raised in Comer Hill, Alabama. His mother and father moved to Gary, Indiana, and East Chicago, Indiana, respectively, where they separately started new families of their own.

Peterson remained in Comer Hill with his grandparents, who worked on the same plantation where his ancestors had been slaves a century earlier. Peterson lived with his mother and stepfather in Gary, Indiana as a teenager and moved to Los Angeles as a young adult.

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