Jesse Lee Peterson

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Jesse Lee Peterson
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Peterson at BOND in 2015
Born (1949-05-22) May 22, 1949 (age 72)
Midway, Alabama, U.S.
🏳️ Nationality
🎓 Alma materLos Angeles City College (1 year)[citation needed]
💼 Occupation
Radio and TV host and political commentator
🏛️ Political partyRepublican
👩 Spouse(s)Amanda Johnson[citation needed]
👶 Children1[citation needed]

Jesse Lee Peterson (born May 22, 1949) is an American radio, TV host and political commentator. He is also the president of the Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny (BOND) since 1990. He's host of the YouTube talk show The Fallen State, as well as a weekday call-in program The Jesse Lee Peterson Radio Show, and a religious Sunday service program Church with Jesse Lee Peterson.[1] Prior to entering political commentary, he was a small business owner after moving to California from his native Alabama in 1968.

Early life[edit]

Peterson was born on May 22, 1949, in Midway, Alabama, and raised in Comer Hill, Alabama, by his grandparents, who worked on the Comer family plantation where his great-grandparents had been enslaved a century earlier.[2] His mother and father moved to Gary, Indiana, and East Chicago, Indiana, respectively, where they separately started new families of their own. He was born with a cleft palate that was not repaired until his teens.[3] Peterson lived with his mother and stepfather in Gary as a teenager, briefly attending Edison High School. He then returned to Alabama and graduated from high school before moving to Los Angeles.[2] Peterson has stated he attended Los Angeles City College for one year.

Peterson often says that he "unfortunately" made a son out-of-wedlock while in Alabama. He claims that he has been engaged twice, but never married. In speeches and on his radio program, he says that he broke off the latter engagement because his fiancée became too "controlling" and "playing games," while he was committed to his work.[4]

Political involvement[edit]

Peterson started his own janitorial service in 1989.[5] In 1990, he founded BOND (Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny), later registered as a non-profit religious group geared towards young black men.

Peterson has been a member of Choose Black America, an organization of African Americans who oppose illegal immigration to the United States.[6]

In August 2000, Peterson spoke at the Reform Party National Convention, introducing Pat Buchanan's running mate, vice presidential candidate Ezola Foster, a school teacher and anti-illegal-immigration activist from the Los Angeles area.[7]

Conservative talk radio host Dennis Prager has written the foreword to two of Peterson's books, From Rage to Responsibility (2000)[8] and The Antidote: Healing America from the Poison of Hate, Blame and Victimhood (2015).[9]

Peterson's radio show, once broadcast from WTSB, was simulcast on Newsmax TV in 2017-2018.[10]

In 2020, Peterson appeared in the political documentary Uncle Tom, produced by radio host Larry Elder.[11] In the film, which featured several prominent black conservatives, Peterson boasted of winning a "Coon of the Year" award.[12]


In 1990, Peterson appeared on Phil Donahue and Geraldo Rivera's daytime talk shows, both featuring Shahrazad Ali, controversial author of The Blackman's Guide to Understanding the Blackwoman, a book strongly criticized as "sexist," unscientific, and riddled with stereotypes.[13] In video recordings of episodes, Peterson is heard defending Ali's book, stating that black single mothers are "out of order" in raising children without their father. Peterson claims that mothers "destroy the children" by speaking ill of the fathers. Peterson states that the man is the "head" of his wife, and that without men leading, women and children go "out-of-control," and young men grow up angry and insecure.[14] Inspirational speaker Iyanla Vanzant also appeared in the Geraldo episode, condemning Ali's book as "anti-African," stating that the book "contains no love," and saying that the African woman is "the most loving force on this earth."[15]

In August 2002, Peterson participated in a debate with Michael Eric Dyson, author and professor at the University of Pennsylvania, on "The Case For/Against Reparations for African Americans," held at the annual convention of the National Association of Black Journalists. Peterson alleges that black journalists in attendance jeered him and called him "the white man's boy."[16] After the debate, Dyson wrote in his weekly column for the Chicago Sun-Times that Peterson is a "self-hating black man who despises black culture and worships at the altar of whiteness."[17] Days later, Peterson and Dyson accused each other of "hatred" on the Fox News program Hannity & Colmes.[18]

Peterson has participated in several panel discussions and debates at the annual political convention Politicon, appearing alongside author and commentator Sally Kohn, Democratic Congresswoman Karen Bass,[19][20][21] comedian John Fugelsang,[22][23] anti-abortion activist Dr. Alveda King,[24] singer Kaya Jones, and Breitbart writer Joel Pollak.[25]

In 2017, Peterson participated in a heated debate on immigration at Politicon, versus Democratic Congressman Ted Lieu of California, ACLU of Los Angeles executive director Hector Villagra, immigrant rights activist Julissa Arce, and The Atlantic writer Vann R. Newkirk II. Former MSNBC host Krystal Ball moderated the discussion on immigration policy and President Trump’s southern border wall.[26] In video of the event, Peterson states that "illegals" should be "shipped back home" to their countries of origin. He states that his opponents "don’t care about blacks." Ball asks Peterson not to make personal attacks. Peterson says that Democrats like Rep. Lieu "make people feel good about being wrong." Peterson also states that the ACLU is "unamerican." In rebuttal, ACLU director Hector Villagra suggests that he's "more American" than Peterson, since he fights for civil rights. At the end, moderator Krystal Ball asks the panel members to hold hands for a group prayer led by Peterson.[27]


On July 4, 1996, Peterson and members of his nonprofit organization BOND joined the anti-illegal-immigration activist Glenn Spencer and his group Voices of Citizens Together in a Los Angeles rally outside the Wilshire Federal Building, demanding deportations of undocumented immigrants and enforcement of 1994 California Proposition 187. The protest turned violent as immigrant rights groups, La Raza, and Revolutionary Communist Party members counter-protested, according to local coverage by ABC7, NBC4, and Fox11.[28] Six were injured in fights, including purportedly a friend of Peterson's named Martin Francis who appeared to be bleeding from the head.[29][30][31] Francis alleged that someone was throwing frozen soda cans at people, and that one hit him on the head when he baited the counter-protestors. Video from after the incident shows Peterson berating a Univision reporter after she asked Francis, who was white, if he was "racist."[32][33]

Peterson established an annual "National Day of Repudiation of Jesse Jackson" event, which lasted from 1999 to 2004, and which was held outside Jackson's offices in Los Angeles.[34] In January 2006, a jury cleared Jackson of allegations that he had threatened and violated the civil rights of Peterson in a 2001 incident at a meeting with Toyota executives in Los Angeles. Peterson also accused Rev. Jackson's son Jonathan Jackson of assault. Conservative organization Judicial Watch provided attorneys for Peterson in the case.[35]

In June 2010, Peterson was asked by Los Angeles Sheriffs to leave the hall after he loudly protested the vote of county Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas. The L.A. County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 to join an economic boycott against the state of Arizona for its controversial immigration law SB 1070, which many feared would increase racial and ethnic profiling of Latino Americans. More than 60 people spoke on both sides of the issue, including Jamiel Shaw Sr., whose son Jamiel Shaw Jr. was murdered by an undocumented immigrant and suspected gang member. Shaw was also removed for emotional outbursts.[36]

In July 2011, Peterson led a small Tea Party protest outside a NAACP convention in Los Angeles. He stated, "The NAACP is no different than the KKK, in that the KKK harmed black Americans by their physical bodies, but the NAACP steals their hearts and minds and souls. And they kill black Americans by... causing black Americans to hate their country, to hate what's right, to depend on the government rather than depending on themselves."[37][38]

In March 2013 at a city council meeting in Glendale, California, Peterson had a shouting match with Mayor Frank Quintero, which ended in a police officer escorting the founder of the South Central L.A. Tea Party out of the chambers. The conflict arose amid a move by the city to ban the Glendale Gun Show following the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.[39]

In October 2016, Peterson held a press conference and sparsely-attended protest outside attorney Gloria Allred's Los Angeles office, criticizing her for representing a woman who accused Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump of sexual assault. Peterson stated, "My beef with Gloria Allred is she digs these women up and she used them in order to destroy the Republican candidate. She's a hypocrite and a liar. She just wants to stop Donald Trump and she's using these women for that purpose only." Allred released a statement to ABC7: "This is not an issue of whether a man is a Republican or a Democrat," Allred said. "It is an issue of respect for women and women's right to be free of sexual assaults and sexual harassment."[40][41]

In July 2017, Peterson testified before California lawmakers against a proposed bail reform law eliminating cash bail for many defendants. In confronting an author of the bill Robert Hertzberg, Peterson stated, "Senator Hertzberg and the sponsors of this bill hate black people. They hate black women; they hate black children." After a warning for the personal attack, Peterson again addressed Hertzberg: "You, sir, don’t respect black people. You don’t live in those communities." At that point, Assemblyman Reggie Jones-Sawyer, Chairman of the Public Safety Committee, shut off Peterson’s microphone and eventually threatened to have him ejected.[42]

Political views[edit]

Peterson has described on many occasions what he perceives as the Atlantic slave trade's positive aspects, saying, "I've often said that, 'Thank God for slavery,' because, you know, had not, then the blacks over here would have been stuck in Africa… Everybody and their mama are trying to get out of Africa and come to America. And so God has a way of looking out for folks, and He made it possible, by way of slavery, to get black folks into this country.... I thank God that he got me here. And to show my appreciation to the blacks who suffered as a result of coming here, and Arabs and blacks who sold us to the white man, the white man for going there and getting us and bringing us here: I want to say, 'Thanks.'"[43][44]

Peterson has spoken out against Kwanzaa and Black History Month.[45][46]

On September 21, 2005, Peterson penned a column for WorldNetDaily, in which he suggested the majority of the African American people stranded in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina were relying on the government to save them.[47]

In a January 2012 interview with Huffington Post's Black Voices, Peterson said about black unemployment in the U.S., "One of the things that I would do is take all black people back to the South and put them on the plantation so they would understand the ethic of working. I'm going to put them all on the plantation. They need a good hard education on what it is to work."[45][48]

In a 2018 interview with Yahoo News, he stated, "The Democratic plantation really is worse than the plantation I grew up on. We were not told about so-called racism; we worked hard. My grandparents worked hard and their parents worked hard. We were very independent. Unlike the Democratic Party — their plantation causes you to become dependent on them and not on yourself. Once you become addicted to that, they will not let you off. If you try to get off, you are attacked. You're called Uncle Tom, a sellout, the N-word, all kind of craziness because they do not want you to leave that plantation."[49]

Peterson once called for the resignation of Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele, saying he was not conservative enough but that Republicans were afraid of firing a black man.[50]

Peterson has described Nelson Mandela as an “evil man” and said that South Africa was better off under apartheid.[51]

Peterson says that racism does not exist, and condemns the U.S. education system and the Democratic Party as "lying about the country" and falsely calling people racist.[49] In March 2019, Peterson derided the use of the term "white supremacist," saying that he does not know what it means. He stated that "antifa people are protected" while "normal whites" are called white supremacists. He asserted that Muslims in America are "treated better" than Christians and white people. He criticized Muslim U.S. Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, stating, "We just saw where they allow two Muslims to become congressmen [sic] in our government, and that is not good. Those two women hate Israel, and they hate America." After the Christchurch mosque shootings, Peterson warned that "white people are getting angry rather than speaking up prior to anger."[52]

Peterson warns that "hatred and suspicion" toward white Americans would cause the United States to become "like South Africa".[53] On July 2, 2018, Peterson announced he would celebrate "White History Month" each year in July in honor of patriotic white Americans.[54][49]

In an interview with model and activist Amber Rose, Peterson stated that women who have sex with different men are "sluts." Rose, who in 2015 led the Los Angeles-based SlutWalk, asked, "What does it make you if you have sex with different women?" Peterson replied, "A slut maker." In the interview, which aired on Peterson's YouTube talk show The Fallen State, Peterson referred to U.S. President Donald Trump as "The Great White Hope." Amber Rose responded by comparing Donald Trump to rapper Kanye West "in a white man's body."[55]

Peterson has said on his radio show that President Trump is "of God." After Congressman John Lewis died, Peterson cited other deceased public figures who opposed Trump, including the late Sen. John McCain and conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer, and Peterson stated, "That's what happens when you mess with the Great White Hope. Don't mess with God's children."[56]


Peterson revealed in a video from a sermon, released on March 5, 2012, his belief that "one of the greatest mistakes America made was to allow women the opportunity to vote." He also criticized women in positions of power, saying "You walk up to them with an 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." Writer and political analyst Kirsten Powers confronted Peterson on Sean Hannity's program on Fox News, accusing him of using the pulpit to promote "misogyny." However, Peterson doubled down with statements against "liberal women." Powers pointed out that he did not qualify his criticisms as only against "liberal women," and asserted, "You said 'women.'"[57][58][59]

On CNN with Piers Morgan, Peterson called Trayvon Martin a "thug," citing his suspension from school, and his being pictured on his Facebook page with a gun and with marijuana.[60] In response, Morgan stated that there was "no evidence" that Martin was a "thug," and called Peterson's comments "quite offensive."

On Fox News with host Sean Hannity and guest, civil rights attorney and radio host Leo Terrell, Peterson defended the presumptive innocence of former North Charleston Police Officer Michael Slager who shot black victim Walter Scott multiple times in the back, killing him. "In America you are innocent until proven guilty," Peterson argued, "and right now... white officers are under attack by angry black folks in this country, and when they're stopped by these officers, they're not listening, they're not obeying the authority of the police officers.... [W]e should wait for due process because I don't think Americans understand how angry and brainwashed these young black folks are." Upset, Leo Terrell said, "I'm gone," and walked off-camera, ending his portion of the interview prematurely. Sean Hannity also disagreed with Peterson, saying that there was no justification for former Officer Slager to shoot Walter Scott in the back.[61]

Peterson calls the Black Lives Matter movement a "hate group" and compares the racial injustice protesters to the Ku Klux Klan. In a May 2018 interview on Good Morning Britain, Peterson stated, "Black Lives Matter is a far-left liberal, radical, agitative organization founded by a bunch of black lesbians and homosexuals and radical social justice warriors." In response, Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan accused Peterson of "homophobia," and Peterson's microphone was muted before he was kicked off the show.[62][63][64]

Peterson believes that "children's souls yearn for the souls of their natural mother and natural father, especially the father," and so he discourages bringing stepparents into children's lives. Leftwing commentators wrote that Peterson suggested that a child conceived by rape should be raised by the rapist.[65]

On his online radio program September 4, 2019, Peterson criticized Democratic presidential primary candidate Andrew Yang, calling him a "communist" for his universal basic income proposal. Peterson referred to Yang, a U.S. citizen born in New York to Taiwanese immigrants, as "this little Asian guy or Chinese guy or whatever he is." Peterson stated that "he should go back to China or wherever he came from. You allow these people to come into our country and they come in with their socialist, communist ideas. Can we send this guy back to wherever he came from? Let him go over there and give away free stuff. Why is he coming here to turn America into the place that he left? What a sick person. Beta male! They need to send him back to Taiwan or wherever he came from."[66]

Published works[edit]

  • From Rage to Responsibility: Black Conservative Jesse Lee Peterson and America Today, with Dennis Prager and Brad Stetson. Paragon House, 2000, ISBN 1-55778-788-3 Search this book on Logo.png.
  • SCAM: How the Black Leadership Exploits Black America, WND Books, ISBN 0-7852-6331-4 Search this book on Logo.png.. Reprinted, Thomas Nelson, 2005, ISBN 978-1595550453 Search this book on Logo.png.
  • The Seven Guaranteed Steps to Spiritual, Family and Financial Success, 2007.
  • The ANTIDOTE: Healing America from the Poison of Hate, Blame and Victimhood, WND Books, ISBN 978-1-942475-00-2 Search this book on Logo.png. (Hardcover), 2015.


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