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    Democratic Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison believes other Democrats don’t care about his ties to Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, a notorious anti-Semite.

    Ellison is a former Nation of Islam member who swore when he ran for Congress in 2006 that he had left Farrakhan behind in his past. Despite those promises, Ellison attended multiple meetings with Farrakhan while in Congress, as revealed by The Daily Caller. Ellison is currently the deputy chair of the Democratic National Committee (DNC).

    Ellison’s fellow Democrats don’t care about his meetings with the famed anti-Semite, he told the Washington Post for a story on Wednesday.


    Ellison Says Farrakhan Ties Don't Matter | The Daily Caller

    I think Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison is right.

    I don't think his colleagues or supporters of the Democratic Party care the party has deep ties to racist and anti-Semites.

    I think the comments on this forum also reflect those very attitudes.

    However, I don't think the normal thinking American voter feels that way at all as evidenced by the election results across the Country in the last 8 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister B View Post
    I hate to derail your derailment of this thread, but what's the significance of those women?

    I mean, other than they wore black and were photographed in the outfits to the SOTU address in support of the #Metoo movement?

    https://www.vox.com/2018/1/29/169447...c-women-me-too
    They were black, so they automatically fit the description for his agenda. He ain’t got time to be picky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John T Ford View Post
    Seven Louis Farrakhan Quotes On Jews, Gays And White People

    Seven Louis Farrakhan Quotes On Jews, Gays An | The Daily Caller

    Can anyone really imagine what Louis Farrakhan would do if he had the power of Adolph Hitler?

    I think Farrakhan's actions would make Hitler look like a boy scout.

    Can someone once again attempt to explain what business members of the US Congress have with a person like Louise Farrakhan?
    So you just going to continue to derail this thread over and over and not address the actual topic?

    Pretty sure we all know why you are doing this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister B View Post
    Louis Farrakhan has been derided all over this forum, with spam posts and demands that the left condemn him (100% of us have) and that we demand that members of Congress or in politics who've even been pictured with the man lose their jobs.

    When will you demand members of Congress (and your President) RESIGN for supporting these scumbags?

    https://www.timesofisrael.com/adl-re...te-extremists/

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    how does any elected official support these people the way some support Farrakhan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by soupnazi View Post
    how does any elected official support these people the way some support Farrakhan?
    They support him whole heartedly my friend ...

    Please understand who you are dealing with here ...
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    Farrakhan, the favorite target of white racists everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soupnazi View Post
    how does any elected official support these people the way some support Farrakhan?
    It's the Democratic Party my friend ....

    Please tell me you are not shocked they are supporting EXTREMIST ....

    Really?
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    It's the Democratic Party .....

    Read the wacko ass comments here on PH if you have any doubt who these extremist are ....

    Normal thinking American voters will prevail ..... Just Saying.

    PH doesn't have sh*t to do with elections.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnflesh View Post
    This is by design.
    This IS the dialog.
    People want to fight.
    'Fighting' ie debating is fine.

    Insulting and rudeness is not fine.

    You're correct - this IS the dialog allowed.


    btw - I have this poor little dead frog inside the doorway (truth)

    Does that make me 'hate' all of France?
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    So busy deflecting and denying...

    The left is everything they say they hate, complete hypocrites.
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