CJ Pearson, a teenage political commentator and GoFundMe scammer, was suspended for bullying two girls at Columbia Middle School in April. After the incident, the school had Pearson to face a disciplinary hearing, where expulsion was considered.
Cowger Nation has exclusively obtained footage of the encounter, and it reveals the hateful and arrogant character of CJ Pearson.
“You literally have to be fake to even look decent.” Pearson screamed at the girl. “That hair is not your natural hair color. Honestly, you have to show every single part of your f*cking body. I mean, a fragment of appeal. Okay?“
Pearson then arrogantly laughs.
“Sarah, the only person you’re pulling is you have to be a literal hoe, and you’re recording me, you to be a literal hoe, and you’re recording me, you can stop, cause if you don’t stop then I can press charges.“
“Oh yeah, press charges,” the girl responds.
“I will press charges,” Pearson responds. “Are you going to stop now? You’ve gotta stop.”
Pearson has gained countless articles from the media of being bullied himself. This video clearly reveals that Pearson is the actual bully. Other articles have revealed conversations where Pearson has viciously attacked “other” young conservative activists. His behavior even caused him to be removed from the Ted Cruz for President campaign, which resulted in Pearson renouncing conservatism and endorsing Bernie Sanders.
Now, just weeks after Pearson called Trump a racist in his Huffington Post article, he has endorsed the presidential candidate. He has also used his endorsement as an opportunity to target Trump supporters for donations, after calling them “stupid” in December, 2015.
“In the coming weeks, I am looking to overhaul and launch cjpearson.org,” Pearson wrote on Facebook. “A website that will designed and built alongside the likes of sites like Allen West‘s, Laura Ingraham’s, and others in the movement!”
“I always struggle when asking for money, because I truly do what I do for no monetary gain but instead to make America a better for us all and kids my age, but I truly want to do more,” he claimed. “These funds will help me do just that.”
He has already raised $1,800 of his desired $7,500 goal on GoFundMe. The purpose of his campaign is to allegedly remodel his website. The cost of building a website is significantly less than $7,500, and it appears that Pearson is once again deceiving people for monetary gain.
Last year in July, Pearson raised over $2,900 to go on a trip to Washington D.C. to attend a Red Alert Politics gathering, after being chosen as a 30 under 30 honoree. Pearson did not attend.