Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson is no fan of women’s rights. For that matter, despite being African-American, he’s no fan of the liberated black man either.
This video on YouTube shows Peterson telling the Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny (BOND – more on them in a bit) that America is over, primarily because “women are taking over.” There are a “few logical women that make sound decisions,” he says, “but most cannot. Women can’t handle power.”
He agreed with Rush Limbaugh that Sandra Fluke “looked like a slut” as she was addressing Congress. Women are supposed to be ashamed; of their vaginas, of their sex drives, of their ovaries, of the fact that they’re women.
He said about women in power, “They can’t handle stress. They can’t handle anything. You walk up to them with a issue, they freak out right away. They go nuts. They get mad. They get upset, just like that. They have no patience because it’s not in their nature. They don’t have love. They don’t have love.”
And then he goes on to say, “I think that one of the greatest mistakes America made was to allow women the opportunity to vote. We should’ve never turned this over to women. And these women are voting in the wrong people. They’re voting in people who are evil who agrees with them who’re gonna take us down this pathway of destruction.”
“And this probably was the reason they didn’t allow women to vote when men were men. Because men in the good old days understood the nature of the woman,” he adds. “They were not afraid to deal with it. And they understood that, you let them take over, this is what would happen.”
Here’s the video:
Peterson was a guest on Hannity’s Great American Panel recently with Kristen Powers, a democratic pundit. When she asked him a question about the role of liberal women in America, he responded “Most Americans know that liberal women are destroying the family, they hate men, they hate society.”
Powers interrupted Peterson and said to Hannity, “That is absolutely false. Sean do I hate men, do I hate you?” She looked back at Peterson and said, “You are a pastor distorting God’s word for misogyny … when you say you leave a woman alone in charge of a family and she destroys the family.”
Peterson replied, “We allowed the National Organization of Women Who Hate Men to come in years ago …” To which Powers replied there is no such thing, but Peterson continued with, “We left them alone, look what condition we are in today; out of wedlock birth, abortion.”
He told Powers, “If you believe what you believe, why are you upset at me? I’m not upset at you.” She answered, “Because you’re a pastor using God’s word to teach misogyny to people.” Peterson affirmed, “I have a responsibility to tell the truth, you’re on the side of lies, why shouldn’t I be on the side of truth? Liberal women policies are bad for families, they’re bad for the country, they’re bad for America.”
After the article was published, Peterson tweeted Johnson (a beautiful woman) that feminism was for ugly women.
He once even told a Huffington Post reporter that he would “send all black people back to the South and put them on the plantation so they would understand the ethic of working.”
Last year, he wrote a blog post complaining of “Black thugs gone wild.”
Who is Jesse Lee Peterson and why should we care? We care because he has a voice on the number one cable news station in the country, but we also care because he is influential and a friend to Sean Hannity, who has the number two radio show in the country.
Peterson is founder and President of BOND, an organization whose mission is ““Rebuilding the Family By Rebuilding the Man.” Sean Hannity sits on the board. In 2008, Peterson endorsed Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, for “believing” in the same “values.”
We care because a whole lot of Americans, some who are African-American and some who are women, believe exactly as Peterson, that white men are ordained by God to rule the world. We care because people like Peterson are desperate to hold onto power. We care because people like Peterson seem to feel that Mitt Romney speaks their language.