Farrakhan welcomed to stage in Detroit to chants of ‘Allah Akbar’: ‘America will never be made great again’

Louis Farrakhan, the racist founder of the Nation of Islam, was welcomed like a rock star Sunday at the organization’s annual convention, “Saviours’ Day 2017,” in Detroit.

The purveyor of hate took the stage to chants of “Long live Muhammad” and “Allahu Akbar,” according to Detroit Free Press reporter Niraj Warikoo:

And his followers could not have been more excited to see him:

Farrakhan reveled in the belief that the United States is in decline.

“America will never be made great again,” he said. “Her days of greatness are over. The God of justice has come.”

And he took the prerequisite swipe at President Donald Trump, suggesting he doesn’t like black people, Mexicans and Muslims.”

“Maybe so. Who cares? We don’t give a damn what he likes or what he doesn’t like,” he said.

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“Have no fear … the future is ours,” Farrakhan added. “Time for the liberation of our people.”

The so-called “minister” also commented on Rep. Keith Ellison’s campaign to lead the Democratic National Committee and displayed his customary anti-Semitism:

Not that Farrakhan didn’t save some ire for Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party… and even dared to criticize the LGBT community — which manages to lose its voice every time this occurs:

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Tom Tillison


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