The FOX News Strategy is to Discredit all Black People by Inciting Fear and Racist Feelings in the Hearts of Their Woman Viewers

I say this whole Jesse Lee Patterson saga is a strategy by FOX News to discredit all black people, especially those who are elevated to positions of leadership and make them look stupid and dangerous. Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson's star will fail as did the star of Herman Cain. But the distaste for black leadership will live for a long time in the subconscious minds of the white FOX viewers, especially the women. This FOX News strategy is engineered specifically to turn on and amp up fear and hatred of black leaders in the gut feelings of white women. They will forget the names, but the racial stereotyping of black men disrespecting all women and being incompetent leaders will live in their hearts for a long time.

That's the FOX strategy and it sucks.

President Obama needs react immediately by speaking out and showing his strength and support for the women of this country by calling FOX to the carpet for this kind of race baiting. The President needs to show the American women that he is on their side and will not condone this kind of race baiting using the sensitive subject of gender equality. FOX chose to bring the irreverent Jesse Lee Peterson into the spotlight, knowing that eventually, he would be a discredit for his race and incite a backlash of racism due to his extreme male supremacy views.

This is just one more example of how dissention and discontent is being propagated through hate speech promoted by Rupert Murdoch's so called News Corporation. This is one more reason that Rupert Murdoch is unfit to have any part in managing a major overall media corporation. Jesse Lee Patterson is just a simple, unsuspecting pawn in the FOX News overall scheme of to control the awareness, minds, perceptions and motivations of the masses.

Instead of focusing on Jesse Lee Peterson's despicable remarks, we should focus on FOX News stooping so low to use this misguided being to incite racism and suspicion of black leaders in the hearts of American women.

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