Jesse Lee Peterson on Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher: Jesse Jackson, George W. Bush 2000

Flashback to late 2000 after the election of President George W. Bush against Al Gore. Rev. Jesse Jackson called it a coup and told blacks Bush used Nazi tactics, stirring black anger and getting them ready to riot. The so-called "civil rights" leaders stirred the L.A. riots after the Rodney King incident, and the Hispanics were in on the looting. Jesse Lee Peterson calls Jesse Jackson a racist demagogue (nowadays we know that "racism" doesn't exist, and that Jackson is merely evil, shallow, and hate-filled). Jackson takes care of his own family, but leaves the blacks to failing government schools and broken homes. Imagine if the KKK had called for a riot because they didn't like the outcome of an election. Jackson is no different. He takes advantage of most blacks who are lazy and can't think for themselves. — Jesse Lee Peterson appears on Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, promoting his book From Rage to Responsibility (Other guests: actress Maria Conchita Alonso, comedian & author Jonathan Katz, and actress Salli Richardson) Thanks to Bill Maher, ABC 7, and Microsoft for this footage.