Laquan McDonald video inspires viral conservative vlogger to leave GOP

A 13-year old YouTuber who went viral due to his conservative videos criticizing President Obama is now admitting that his conscious is making him leave the Republican party.

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A 13-year old YouTuber who went viral due to his conservative videos criticizing President Obama is now admitting that his conscience is making him leave the Republican party.

When the president invited Ahmed Mohamed to visit the White House after he was detained for bringing a homemade clock to school, Pearson posted a video asking, “When cops are gunned down, you don’t invite them to the White House. You never did. But when a Muslim kid builds a clock, come on by. What is this world you’re living in?”

However, now the former chairman of the Teens for Ted Cruz youth group is having a serious change of heart about his political allegiances.

Friday, Pearson told CNN that he could no longer be a “champion of a party that turned a blind eye to racial discrimination.”

“I don’t want to be the conservative wonder kid that people follow because I make them feel good,” he explained. “I want to be followed because I’m the voice of a generation that doesn’t have a voice at the table.”

The turning point came for him came after video was released of Laquan McDonald being shot to death by police.

“My views on the issues aren’t going to be dictated by one political platform or another,” Pearson clarifies. “There is not a liberal America and a conservative America. There is the United States of America.”

Pearson’s YouTube channel is viewed by more than 5 million, and he has more than 100,000 Facebook followers.