Omarosa Extends White House Invitation to Jew-Hater Louis Farrakhan

Admits to have a “good” relationship with the Nation of Islam leader.

Omarosa Manigault, the former contestant on The Apprentice and now adviser to President Trump, is boasting of her relationship with noted Jew-hater and Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.

Appearing recently on a Chicago talk radio show, Manigault spoke about her “good” relationship with Farrakhan and extended to him a personal invitation to the White House:

“I think any of your audience would know that I’ve never shied away from having an open, and I believe a good, relationship with Louis Farrakhan, and so I would look forward to receiving that invitation and sitting down with him.”

This is unacceptable coming from the director of communications at the public liaison’s office under this very pro-Israel administration. As our own Discover the Networks points out, Farrakhan is not one to save a place for at the White House:

Farrakhan also has a long, well-documented history of venom-laced references to the "white devils" and Jewish "bloodsuckers" who purportedly decimate America's black community from coast to coast. He has referred to Judaism as a "gutter religion," and to Adolf Hitler as "a great man" -- though he later claimed that he had meant only that Hitler was "wickedly great." He has made innumerable statements depicting whites and Jews as loathsome, racist oppressors of blacks.

Farrakhan’s direct quotes include:

  • "It is an act of mercy to white people that we end your world. … We must end your world and bring in a new world."
  • "You [Jews] are wicked deceivers of the American people. You have sucked their blood. You are not real Jews (who everyone knows were black) You are the synagogue of Satan, and you have wrapped your tentacles around the US government, and you are deceiving and sending this nation to hell… . But if you choose to crucify me (subtle reference to the Deicide charge), know that Allah will crucify you."
  • "Listen, Jewish people don’t have no hands that are free of the blood of us [blacks]. They owned slave ships. They bought and sold us. They raped and robbed us."

Farrakhan befriended dictators like Saddam Hussein and Moammar Qadhafi. He also believed 9/11 was caused by “Israelis and Zionist Jews:”

“We now know that the crime they say is at the root of terrorism was not committed by Arabs or Muslims at all.

“They [so-called 9/11 "truthers"] say the world trade buildings were brought down by carefully placed explosives, not by planes. It is now becoming apparent that there were many Israelis and Zionist Jews in key roles in the 9/11 attacks. Now look, if they can prove me wrong, like I said I’ll pay with my life. Since they want to kill me anyway. Prove me wrong We’re dealing with thieves, liars and murderers. Listen to this. We know that many Israelis were arrested immediately after the attack, but quickly released and sent to Israel....

“We know that many Jews received a text message not to come to work September 11.”

In 2015, Farrakhan delivered a sermon in Miami in which he warned white America, “If the federal government won’t intercede in our affairs, then we must rise up and kill those who kill us; stalk them and kill them and let them feel the pain of death that we are feeling!”

In response to Manigault’s invitation, the Anti-Defamation League, which has been threatened by Farrakhan, urged no such association between the Trump administration and the hate-filled leader: “Louis Farrakhan should not be made to feel welcome by anyone in the White House. Such an overture would only serve to legitimize his long record of conspiratorial and hateful views toward Jews. We hope that the administration will make it clear that Farrakhan and his anti-Semitic organization will find no supporters in the White House.”

Manigault needs to rescind her invitation NOW and issue a full-throated apology for bragging of this “open” and “good” friendship. If she doesn’t, she needs to hear the words from the show that made her famous, “You’re fired!”

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