Louis Farrakhan, prominent figurehead in the Islamic community and leader of the Nation of Islam, has just urged President Trump to “repent for America’s sins,” and has attacked Americans who are upset with Donald Trump, saying that he’s our reflection.
“Mr. President, you won’t make America great again, not in our time,” said the 84-year-old Islamic leader, referring to Trump’s #MAGA slogan. “She became great killing Native Americans. She became great enslaving us, bringing us from Africa into America to work the cotton fields. You’re not going to get that opportunity back anymore,” he added.
How many times will leftists repeat this old, washed up talking point? Making America great again isn’t about enslaving people, it’s about returning to common sense, and the Judeo-Christian ethics which made our country successful—hard work, honesty, courage, and freedom.
The Nation of Islam, which Farrakhan spearheads, is a racist, anti-white organization which aims to give power to the black community. It was formed in Detroit in the 1930’s, and while it’s only a couple of generations old, it’s already become one of the most prominent Islamic organizations to invade the US.
Fox News reports:
WASHINGTON – Minister Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam, on Thursday called on President Donald Trump to repent for America’s sins and chastised Americans who are upset with Trump’s image, saying “he’s your reflection.”
Farrakhan, in a wide-ranging, two-hour speech at the Watergate Hotel, touched on issues as varied as North Korea, race relations and relations between Muslims in the Middle East in what he called an address to Trump.
“Mr. President, you won’t make America great again, not in our time,” said Farrakhan, 84, referring to the president’s “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan. “She became great killing Native Americans. She became great enslaving us, bringing us from Africa into America to work the cotton fields. You’re not going to get that opportunity back anymore.”
The Nation of Islam, formed in Detroit in the 1930s, in part aims to free blacks from “servitude” to Western civilization — white society.
Farrakhan called on Trump to “repent for all of the evils that America has done to us, to the peoples of the world.”
During the presidential campaign, Farrakhan sent mixed signals about Trump, indicating he saw some reflection of his worldview in the candidate’s rhetoric, including the Republican’s talk of a “global power structure” that has rigged the economy. Farrakhan has long promoted conspiracy theories, blaming Israel and Jews for the Sept. 11 attacks, and accusing Jews of controlling the American government.
Trump has called some Mexican immigrants rapists, advocated policies that put Muslims under general suspicion and has been criticized for being slow to condemn white supremacists.
Farrakhan on Thursday called Trump “transparent” and “real,” and said “he is what he is.”
Some “wanted him to put on a suit and act dignified, like the thieves and robbers who dress in suits and tell lies,” he added.
“He’s telling lies all right, and you’re angry because he’s your reflection,” Farrakhan said. “He’s an anomaly. You can’t make him what you desire him to be so you can say, ‘That’s my president.’ He wasn’t made that way.”
I don’t know about you, but millions of conservatives have already proclaimed that he IS OUR PRESIDENT! We elected him into office so that he could clamp down on radical Islamic terrorism, which I’m sure Farrakhan doesn’t want to acknowledge, and we elected him into office so that he could cut down on illegal immigration.
President Trump is trying his best to make America great again, but with these ridiculous, race-baiting ideologues spreading their fear and hatred, and sowing the seeds of discontent, many are wondering if we will be able to make America great again within the next two terms. Some, such as Steve Bannon, have said that it will take decades.