On the heels of shredding President Obama in a YouTube video earlier this week, Georgia middle schooler CJ Pearson is turning his sights on the GOP.

“We need to start educating people on the values of our (Republican) Party: limited government, liberty, freedom, personal responsibility and all of those issues which we all hold dear,” Pearson says in a video produced today.

“As a 12-year-old boy, I go to middle school every single day, and there have been many times where kids have asked me, ‘CJ, what exactly is a Republican or a Democrat?’

“Our party should seek to engage young people in our party and steal them away from the liberals.”

He says it’s critical because of what’s happening in schools everyday.

“Indoctrination … is real in our schools. And the only way that we can combat this indoctrination is to be a different voice on the opposite side of the aisle and teach our young people that limited government, freedom and liberty are the best values. And they’re something that they deserve,” Pearson says.

“We must grow our party because we can’t continue to be a party of old white guys. It doesn’t work. It won’t ensure that we win in 2016. It won’t help us win in 2020. It won’t help us win in every single election.”

Pearson says the Republican Party must focus on freedom and limited government in order to win in 2016.

The student says the party must be seen as a “group of diverse Americans who are in love with freedom, liberty and the constitutional rights that our founding fathers gave us that are God-given rights.”

Pearson shot to Internet stardom earlier this week when he accused President Obama of not loving America in a YouTube video.

That video, which gained prominence after coverage from The American Mirror, the Drudge Report and other outlets, has been watched over 1.1 million times. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can do so here.