Coreco "C.J." Pearson, a 12-year-old middle school student from Georgia who shot to conservative stardom for passionately defending former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani's claim that he doesn't believe President Barack Obama loves America in a YouTube video two Saturday's ago, says social media giant Facebook has suspended his personal account due to "suspicious activity."
Pearson, who appeared on "Fox and Friends Weekend" on Sunday explained why he decided to create the now viral video defending Giuliani, which he first posted to Facebook.
"Today, I just want to applaud Mayor Rudy Giuliani for his comments about President Barack Obama," says Pearson the video which has more than 1.6 million views on Facebook.
"President Obama, you don't love America. If you really did love America, you would call ISIS what it really is: An assault on Christianity, an assault on America and a downright hate for the American values our country holds. Here in America, we don't back down to terrorists. We fight them on their own battleground and we annihilate them to the very end."
He explained, however, that shortly after he posted the video, his account was locked by Facebook due to "suspicious activity." Coreco believes that the lock out could be due to his conservative views.
"If they are going to stifle free speech and hinder the First Amendment, then I think there should be necessary repercussions about that," he said.
"I think the point is this: When a person decides to speak up, their voice shouldn't be hindered because of someone disagreeing."
Watch more of his interview with "Fox and Friends Weekend" below.