Wow! Look What The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan Said About Hillary Clinton

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan spoke out against Hillary Clinton. He had this to say about her.

“How many of you are voting for Hillary? You don’t have to raise your hands. I do not blame you for wanting a female President. But that’s a wicked woman. Now, you can vote for her but vote for her with knowledge. She can be sweet but so can you.

And you know when you sweet but playing a game. All of a sudden she knows about Trayvon Martin? All of a sudden. The boy been dead nearly two years. Now she talking about him like she met the mother and ‘ohhh.’ White people, this is Satan. And you fall for that crap?

Most of you that went to jail for having a little blunt in your pocket. They arranged that, the Clintons. Mass incarceration came about under the Clintons. Don’t forget that. They call my young gangbangers super predators. And Black Lives Matter out it to her. She didn’t know how to handle that.

Call you a super predator, that has no conscious, no sensitivity. You’re a dog, you’re a animal. We gotta bring you to heal. You, you my young brothers. This is what she said about you. And she didn’t just say it, it became law and policy of the U.S. government under Bill Clinton and her wife and now she’s apologizing. But apologizing can’t bring back the open families. Apologizing can’t bring back those that have been destroyed in prison life.

She in her person orchestrated the destruction of Libya and the killing of Muammar Gaddafi. Gaddafi was my friend, he was my brother. She lied. He was going to kill all his people? No, he wasn’t. He was just going to kill those rebels America sees on their dissatisfaction made a counter revolutionary move and then used it to bring NATO in to bomb and destroy his air defense.”

Watch below.

He certainly doesn’t pull any punches.

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