On October 30, 2016, the leader of Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan spoke to an audience full Chicago mosque about his thoughts on November 8 presidential election and the opposing candidates. The topic of his talk was taken from Matthew 12:26, If Satan cast out Satan, he is divided against himself. How then will his kingdom stand.
“Presidential politics won’t provide path to freedom, Black America must do much more than go to polls. My job is to warn you and then get out of the way. Allah doesn’t want you to integrated into White America. They’re holding us hostage,” said Farrakhan.
Then to elaborated his above statement, he reminded his audience how both Hillary and Trump are controlled by the anti-Black and anti-Muslim Organized Jewry.
“The bigger picture is not Hillary Clinton. The bigger picture is not Donald Trump. The bigger picture is the Black masses of America and the American people whose lives are at stake,” he said.
Farrakhan informed the audience his past experience with endorsing political candidates such as Rev. Jesse Jackson in 1983. During the campaign trail Farrakhan criticized the Jewish leaders for trying to ruin Jackson’s bid for presidency. Since Jackson needed Jewish money and support from Jewish-controlled mainstream media – they demanded Jackson distance himself from Farrakhan, which the later did.
In 1993, the Jewish leaders forced New York Mayor David Norman Dinkins, who originally sought Farrakhan’s endorsement, to distance himself from Farrakhan, which he did. However, Dinkins still lost his re-election bid due to his not doing enough for the Jews during the Black-Jew riots in Crown Heights in August 1991. The riots began as result of killing of an Afro-American child by rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson (d.1994) motorcade.
In 2008, Farrakhan said some good words about Sen. Barack Obama during his Democrat nomination bid against Sen. Hillary Clinton.
“Barack did not want to denounce me but Hillary forced him and he gave in. All of you who want national and state prominence sometimes I am the litmus test to see if White folks can do anything good for you. And some of you are so weak that your desires mean more than the integrity of your being,” Farrakhan said.
Farakhan also blamed Hillary Clinton for the murder of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi.
Interestingly, Iranian president Dr. Hassan Rouhani in his first-ever comment on the US presidential election, called both candidates EVIL.