Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson, an author, talk radio host, and pastor who focuses on “rebuilding the family by rebuilding the man,” said that for 60 years not one liberal black leader has sought to clean out the violence and drugs in certain black communities, but Jesus is now “working through President Trump to get it done.”
That’s on Trump’s “bucket list,” Peterson added, “to clean up the black community,” and also to take the “illegal aliens out of those communities, the gangs” that are “supported by drug cartels.”
Talking about the difficult situation in some black communities where there is heavy crime and rampant drug dealing and abuse, Peterson, on the March 1 edition of his radio program, said, “I noticed that, over the last 50 to 60 years, there have been black people in positions of power where they could have helped the black community and black people in a positive way and they did not.”
“You have the Black Caucus, you have the NAACP, you have black preachers, Jesse Jackson, all of them,” said Peterson, founder and president of the counseling group BOND.
“Then you have President Obama, a black man – half-white, half-black, but he went with his blackness – and he had the power of the United States behind him,” said Peterson. “Yet he didn’t go into those communities and clean out the gang violence and the drugs and the crime that’s going on there.”