Louis Farrakhan says Hillary Clinton could be compared to Hitler, except her target is black people.
The African-American Muslim leader of the Nation of Islam said Clinton, mainstream liberal media, and President Barack Obama have failed black people miserably.
Farrakhan said the 1994 crime bill passed by Hillary’s husband Bill Clinton was responsible for the mass incarceration of millions of African-Americans.
“Mrs. Clinton backed the crime bill and then called our young people super-predators,” Farrakhan said during a sermon (see video at 2 hours, 18 minutes).
“Of course she apologized. But just a minute. See, Hitler could’ve said to the Jews after Auschwitz, ‘I’m so sorry.’ But would that be enough to satisfy you?”
Farrakhan said Clinton’s lame apology in April 2016 was too little, too late to make up for the millions of African-Americans whose lives were ruined by the Clintons’ overreaching crime bill, the Daily Caller reported.
Farrakhan also slammed mainstream media for lying and trying to influence the presidential election with their lopsided, biased coverage of Donald Trump.
Despite the wall-to-wall negative press coverage to paint Trump and Republicans as racist and sexist, Farrakhan said the public sees through their manipulation.
“You don’t even realize that you [the media] are no longer in power,” Farrakhan said. “Can’t you see you’ve failed?”
Louis Farrakhan is the leader of the religious group the Nation of Islam, the oldest African-American nationalist organization in the United States.
Farrakhan also slammed Obama, saying he is not a true leader, but merely a stooge of establishment Democrats who ignore the plight of struggling African-Americans.
In September 2016, Farrakhan trashed Clinton, Obama and the Democratic party, saying they use the African-American and minority communities for their votes, then disappear after the election.
“I visited the worst neighborhoods [in Chicago],” Farrakhan said. “I talked to the gangs. And while I was out there they said ‘You know, Farrakhan, the president ain’t never come here. Could you get him to come and look after us?’”
Farrakhan said he understands that some people support Hillary Clinton because they want a woman president. But that’s not a good enough reason to vote for someone as corrupt as she is.
“I do not blame you for wanting a female president, but that’s a wicked woman,” Farrakhan said.
Clinton’s poll numbers have plummeted since the FBI reopened its criminal investigation into her private, unsecured email server.
FBI sources told Fox News anchor Bret Baier that an indictment is “likely” in the Clinton Foundation’s pay-to-play criminal investigation. “Barring some obstruction in some way, they believe they’ll continue to likely an indictment,” Baier said.
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