CJ Pearson is, without a doubt, one of the great teens of 2015. With a famous viewer pool, strong ideas and great numbers behind his social media accounts, CJ has risen to the top by challenging Obama’s love for his country. But things did not go well when CJ was blocked from @POTUS this Wednesday. Without any doubt, he blamed President Obama for this action.
If you are familiar with CJ, you know he is not one of the Twitter twats posting funny things on his Twitter and Facebook so everybody can come and have a laugh, if they come at all. CJ thinks big and thinks that we need a better president for the U.S. In February this year he decided to take matters into his own hands and he posted a video hoping that it would make President Obama reconsider some of his actions for the county that he is running.
The video was a success and CJ went straight to the top. Two million views was just enough for the GOP’s eyes to turn towards him and things only went well form CJ ever since then. His two greatest accomplishments were the interview with Ted Cruz in May 2015 and he was appointed as national chairman for the “Teens for Ted” group, which obviously wants to see Cruz as the next American president.
Everything took an unexpected turn on Wednesday. CJ got banned from @POTUS and he immediately reacted by posting “Well, this sucks” next to the message that was confirming his ban. CJ is blaming Obama for this act. While this might not be entirely true, you might be wondering if either the president or his social media team are behind this. The truth is that someone must have given some order that would ultimately challenge freedom of speech.
The entire situation then expanded into a more complex one. The White House claimed they did not ban CJ, so he made another video in which he was pointing out that the White House is “lying about every issue important to the American people.”
Things started to crumble when a Twitter user revealed that the image might have been a scam. He showed a few examples of the image that CJ posted. It was the same image, but with a different user photo. In short, people were implying that CJ lied and that he faked everything in order to get attention.
His final reaction was interesting: he claimed that he is not “responding to fraudulent attacks on my character by the left nor RINOs… my friend sent me the screenshot, since I accessed my account using his phone. I saw it with my own eyes. Time to move on.”
So is CJ telling the truth? Or did he do it for the glory?
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