After former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani questioned President Obama's love for America, a young Georgia conservative posted a video to his YouTube channel thanking Giuliani for making the comments and then launched into a full denunciation of the president's feelings toward the country.
"President Obama, you don't love America," said CJ Pearson, a 12-year-old middle schooler.
Pearson warned that what he was about to say would not be politically correct at all:
If you really did love America, you would call ISIS what it really is -- an assault on Christianity, an assault on America, and a down-right hate for the American values our country holds.
If you loved America, President Obama, if you loved America -- you wouldn't try to take away what hard-working Americans have worked for their entire lives. You wouldn't do this if you loved the people of America.
I definitely do hope that one day, other people will get enough guts to speak out against your downright hatred for this nation. When you aren't willing to defend our country against the evil of terrorism, domestic and abroad, you don't love our nation. You just don't. It makes no sense to me, and I just don't understand why you would.
Here in America, we fight for what we believe in and we will destroy and annihilate ISIS. Why? Because they attacked us, President Obama. When they kill innocent Americans that have done no wrong except report on what is their constitutional right as journalists and you do nothing about it, you don't care about their lives, you could care less. [sic]
But here's what you need to realize, that here in America, we don't back down to terrorists. We fight them on their own battleground and we annihilate them to the very end.
And President Obama, if you really did indeed love America, you'd do the same. You'd fight for our values, domestic and abroad, and you wouldn't take away the rights of the American people.
CJ describes himself on his Facebook page as "committed to fighting for conservative principles and engaging young people in the political process." A self-confessed conservative since age eight, CJ supported John McCain in 2008 and has worked on many campaigns in his home state including those of Rick Allen, Nathan Deal, David Perdue, and Richard Woods. He is founder of Young Georgians in Government because "he strongly believes that all young people, regardless of political affiliation, must become involved in the political process to ensure a prosperous future here in America."