Poor Obama hating CJ Pearson gets no respect from liberals who just don't understand his awesomeness. Fox's newest conservative wunderkind and victim, who was exposed as a liar, just doesn't get the reverence that he deserves. But he knows that when he gets dissed, Fox News has his back.
Fox News does love CJ Pearson who frequently is the victim of liberal slings and arrows. When Facebook banned him (they didn't) Fox was there to validate his whine and, to make him feel better, pimp his hating on Obama You Tube video. When Pearson's request to interview the President was turned down, Fox was there to affirm his whine about how other You-Tube stars get face time with the president while the awesome CJ is ignored. When CJ was blocked by Twitter (he wasn't) Fox was there with a shoulder to whine on. And now that poor, victimized CJ was allegedly dissed by a teacher at his school, Fox is there for to advance this latest whine.
The Fox News website introduced us to this no good, very bad travesty directed against CJ in the Fox authored article, " 'Not worth saving in a fire': Pint-size conservative CJ Pearson claims teacher dissed him." The article informed us that, OMG, Pearson "wrote on his widely followed Facebook page that a schoolmate told him his sixth-grade teacher told his class Pearson had once passed around vocabulary words prior to a test, and that the boy thought he was 'all that and a bag of chips' and was 'not worth saving in a fire'." The article notes that the school is investigating and that, so far, students "in the class where teacher Michael Garrison allegedly made the remark were interviewed and that only some of the comments were verified."
But fear not because Pearson "believes the comments were relayed accurately to him." Never wasting an opportunity to blame those nasty liberals for all his travails, he says “It’s always great having a teacher that’s not only a liberal bully, but someone who engages in slander." Suffice to say, many of those who commented on the article had colorful statements about how the teacher should die in a fire, but I digress.
Yesterday, the happy chums on Fox & Friends provided even more publicity for this outrage. Clayton Morris started with a comment about how "you" must know about Fox guest CJ Pearson and that "you" probably follow him on his Facebook which is "massively popular." Morris informed us that CJ has "taken the president to task" and "has received a lot of threats." And if you didn't know CJ, a "political firebrand," some of his Obama hating video was shown.
Juliette Huddy said that "apparently" a teacher has been "badmouthing" poor CJ. The banner: "Classroom Clash, Teen Claims Teacher Was A Liberal Bully." Morris explained that CJ heard the comments second hand. When Morris commented that the school initially said that this is a private matter, Huddy chortled "not any more."
Ed Henry pontificated that we have freedom of speech and that CJ isn't threatening anybody - a strange comment given that the alleged opprobrium of the teacher wasn't related to Pearson's politics. Despite the fact that nothing has been proven, Morris asserted that the teacher's alleged comments were "far over the line."
Must suck to be CJ with all those liberal bullies out to get ya at every turn. Oh, wait. CJ has Fox News. Nuff said...
Maybe he’ll grow up to be a brain surgeon and run for president someday!
I wonder what he’s going to do when President Obama leaves office? I’m not sure his schtick will be relevant to Fox at that point.