CJ Pearson Biography
C J Pearson is an American political activist and commentator. He has also made appearances on television and on YouTube. He made it with his publications seen in a variety of online news sources.
His political interest deepened at age eight. It started after posting a blog post in support of local conservative politicians. Pearson embarked on a career as an internet personality. In early 2015, he uploaded a video to YouTube. The video was defending comments made by the politicians. They were made by the former mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani. There was also criticism of former President Barack Obama. It quickly gained international attention.
After the aforementioned event, he began his career. His career began as a freelance journalist. He has also campaigned for several Republican politicians and Bernie Sanders. Pearson describes himself as an “anti-establishment populist” and is described as conservative. He also has renounced the term “conservative” to describe his political views. He is the executive director of Young Georgians in Government and executive director of Teens for Trump.
Pearson is also a freelance journalist. His publications have appeared on TIME, The Huffington Post, MTV News, The Daily Beast, among others. P C is also a member of the National Association of Black Journalists. Pearson also has his own website, where he posts regular blogs.
CJ Pearson Age
C J Pearson was born as Coreco Ja’Quan “CJ” Pearson. He was born on 31 July 2002 in Augusta, Georgia, United States. He is 16 years old as of 2018.
CJ Pearson Education
Pearson went to Columbia Middle School. He was elected student body president in seventh grade. He stepped down in order to form the Young Georgians in Government political group. Pearson also wanted to participate in other political activities. He started attending Evans High School as a freshman in 2016. Pearson lives with his grandparents, Willie, and Robin Pearson.
CJ Pearson Political Activism
Pearson first became interested in politics when his first-grade class held a mock presidential election. It was representing that of the 2008 United States presidential election. He states that the class was instructed to research the political views of Barack Obama. Barack Obama ran as the Democratic presidential nominee. The also researched about Arizona John McCain. John McCain ran as the Republican presidential nominee. Pearson voted for John McCain in the mock election. This was because he was inspired by McCain’s military service. He, therefore, began following political news topics.
C J started blogging in support of different conservative politicians in Georgia at the age of eight. He also participated in political campaigning in the 2014 United States midterm elections. Pearson was conducting door-to-door and telephone surveys. After the 2014 midterm elections, Pearson founded a political group named Young Georgians in Government. It was to involve young people in the “political process and develop solutions for government.”
CJ Pearson Barack Obama
Pearson received international media attention in February 2015. This led him to embark on his career. He majored in politics and journalism. On February 21, 2015, c j created a YouTube channel. After two days, he posted a video, “President Obama: Do you really love America?” He defended Rudy Giuliani (former mayor of New York City). He defended the comments Giuliani had made. Giuliani was criticizing former President Barack Obama.
Pearson also criticized Obama. He said that “If you really did love America, you would call what it really is: an assault on Christianity, an assault on America and downright hate for the American values that our country holds freedom of speech, freedom of religion and every single thing that our country stands for”. The video received more than half a million views in its first two days. By June 2015, it had logged nearly two million views. It was receiving both praise and criticism.
CJ Pearson Constitutional Amendment
He began promoting his own constitutional amendment in March 2015. Pearson has acquired seven co-sponsors for the bill. They include Ben Harbin, Barry Fleming, and Buzz Brockway. Pearson has also campaigned for several different Republican presidential nominees. He campaigned during the 2016 United States presidential election. He also campaigned for Kentucky Rand Paul’s presidential campaign in April 2015.
In September 2015, Pearson left Paul’s campaign and joined Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign. Cruz named Pearson as national chairman of “Teens for Ted.” He also commented Young people to look for someone who does more than just talk a good game. Pearson said that he had disavowed conservatism. This was after Cruz had dropped out. He also supported Sanders. When Sanders dropped out he joined Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. He joined as the national chairman of Teens for Trump.
CJ Pearson Political views
Pearson has changed political views over the timeline of his career. He has also changed support from candidate to candidate in the 2016 United States presidential election. He described himself as conservative in addition to the media. This was after the viral YouTube video he made in February 2015.
Pearson changed his political views in November 2015. He also “renounced conservatism” and was questioning the ideology of the Republican Party. He stated that his views on the issues weren’t going to be dictated by one political platform or the other.” In December 2015, Pearson endorsed United States Senator from Vermont Independent Bernie Sanders for President of the United States in the 2016 elections.
Pearson stated, “People are struggling in America. We need the right man in the White House. And in my opinion, that man is Senator Bernie Sanders.” Later that month, Pearson published an article for MTV criticizing Trump and his presidential campaign, stating that the thought of a Trump presidency ” scares the crap out of me,”
In August 2016, Pearson published an article in TIME in support of Trump. He noted that his political views have changed drastically since 2015. He also noted that he supported Sanders and now Trump because. This was because their campaign platforms had a lot of similarities. Pearson states that he’s an “anti-establishment populist” and is a Christian. He described himself as a “fighting for a bold conservative future.”. He did it in his Twitter feed in 2018.
CJ Pearson Controversies
Pearson claimed that he was blocked from President Barack Obama’s official presidential social media account on Twitter. He claimed it on September 23, 2015. He was blocked due to comments he made criticizing Obama. C J criticized him for inviting Ahmed Mohamed to the White House. Obama invited him after he was suspended for bringing an invention to school.
Frank Benenati made a statement that no one had ever been blocked from Obama’s account. Frank Benenati was the official White House, assistant press secretary. Other users on Twitter challenged Benenati’s statement regarding the matter.
Pearson denounced the claim made by the White House. He also stated that they were lying about him. “They lied about Benghazi,” he said, “They lied about the IRS. They lie about every issue of importance to the American people. Pearson revealed that he was still following the personal Twitter account of Obama. He revealed it in a subsequent tweet. There was also no timestamp or external information on the screenshots tweet. Oliver Darcy reported the incident to be false. Oliver Darcy was a reporter for The Blaze.
It was seen that Pearson was still following the presidential Twitter account Obama. This was in contradiction to earlier claims. The screenshot provided by Pearson was deemed to be an edited photo that another user posted. He was asked to comment, and stated that he “…refuse to engage in conspiracy theories.”
Facebook account removal
On March 3, 2015, Facebook removed the personal account of Pearson. He then posted on social media. He was accusing them of quelling dissent towards Barack Obama. Facebook responded that a person must be at least 13 to have an account on their website. The policy clearly stated in their user agreements. Pearson accused Facebook of removing conservative accounts. This was after they decide to speak up. They spoke up in an interview with Fox & Friends and Fox DC.