Louis Farrakhan Warns Blacks: Do Not Vote For Hillary

ELDER PATRIOT – As her support among Black’s continues crumbling Hillary Clinton has resorted to claiming that Donald Trump is somehow tied to the Ku Klux Klan because an ex member of the KKK endorsed him.

Such accusations have been used in the past to scare Black voters from leaving the “safety” of the plantation that Democrats have spent trillions of taxpayers’ dollars turning our inner cities into.

Louis Farrakhan who understands the sordid history of the Democratic Party and of Hillary Clinton felt compelled to warn his Black brothers and sisters that electing her would not be an answer to their problems.  Instead, he warned them to expect more of the same under another Clinton presidency.

Blacks should recognize that, between Clinton and Trump, the only person who has ever praised a Klansman has been Hillary Clinton who called ex-Grand Kleagle Robert Byrd “a friend and a mentor.”

Byrd referred to Blacks as “mongrels” and even after the Klan’s demise said, “the clan is needed today more than ever.  I am anxious to see its rebirth here in West Virginia and in every state of the nation.”

Byrd was the last remaining Klan member elected to Congress and was often referred to as “the conscience of the Senate” by Democrats.  And, Hillary called him her mentor

More proof that Clinton will throw Blacks under the bus when her political aspirations requires comes from the following video: 

Speaking of Black youth she said, “they are often the kinds of kids that are called super predators.  No conscience, no empathy, we can talk about why they ended up that way but first we have to bring them to heel.”

Later in the video she minimized the candidacy of Barack Obama during her 2008 campaign against him by suggesting to South Carolina Blacks that only a White president could help them and then invoked Lyndon Johnson’s passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act as proof.  Anyone who has studied the results of that legislation knows it has led to an 85% out-of-wedlock birthrate in the black community, the virtually complete destruction of the Black nuclear family and, along with Johnson’s “Economic Opportunity Act” limited Black prosperity to only a very small percentage of their community while sentencing the overwhelming majority of Blacks to the inner city plantations that the Democrat’s funded with trillions of taxpayers’ dollars.

She finally resorts to playing the race card in reverse after she realized she could not successfully appeal to Black voters who were supporting Illinois Senator Obama.

“I have a dream is a nice sentiment but it took a White president to get blacks to the mountaintop.”  Mrs. Clinton never told us what mountaintop Blacks were now on since Blacks have overwhelmingly been victims of White’s progressive policies.

Losing among Black voters Mrs. Clinton pivoted hard and began courting working class Whites by declaring, “Senator Obama’s support among hardworking Americans, White Americans is weakening,” in a desperate appeal to a demographic that she had long ago forgotten.

Now she’s asking Blacks to trust her to represent their interests…again.  In 2008 she similarly asked White working class Americans to do likewise and now she is running against their interests even resorting to labeling them deplorable and irredeemable.

Conversely, Trump has reached out to Blacks with a visionary speech made at the grand opening of Trump International Hotel on the site of the decaying post office:

“My job is to look at undeveloped spaces and imagine what they could be. These are spaces that have no hope, have no future, but you need imagination and you need the ability to get them done and to unlock their potential and to unlock the potential of the people working on those spaces and on those projects. And we have so many things we can do for our country.

“But others have provided only dead ends, I’ve dreamed of the amazing possibilities that we have.”

Though Trump never specifically mentioned Blacks but that is because his appeal has been to all Americans while steadfastly refusing to pander to any demographic group.

Black leaders who have traditionally supported Democrat candidates are aware that Trump has spent a lifetime rebuilding many inner city communities because of the opportunities that only he saw and acted on.  And, he did it with his own money!

Blacks, knowing first-hand his success at rebuilding inner city neighborhoods are listening and reacting to him when he says to them, “what do you have to lose,” and are turning their support to Trump.

Blacks are increasingly asking themselves, what has fifty years of undying loyalty to the Democrats yielded for them?  The answer is clear to every honest observer, nothing good.

Ask yourself this question, why are Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton sitting out this election rather than campaigning on behalf of Hillary Clinton?