Donald Trump and Louis Farrakhan (Photo: Twitter)

Donald Trump and Louis Farrakhan (Photo: Twitter)

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan is warning U.S. voters: “If Donald Trump becomes president, he will take America into the abyss of hell.”

Farrakhan posted a video of his statements on his Facebook page Thursday.

In the video, Farrakhan acknowledges that Trump has “done some great things in the business world,” but then he accused the GOP front-runner of “exacerbating the race situation in America.”

“Mr. Trump is tearing away the skin of the onion of white civility. And the more he pulls the skin of that onion back, he’s beginning to show something in the character of the whites that follow him, that they don’t care what he says,” Farrakhan charged.

“He could say one thing this minute, another thing the next minute and you can see that the man has a little problem.”

Farrakhan then issued his warning to voters about what a Trump presidency would mean for the nation.

“I will guarantee you. If he becomes president, if he becomes president, he’ll take America exactly where America is heading,” Farrakhan charged. “He’ll take you there on a rocket ship.

Allen West (Photo: Allen West Republic)

Allen West (Photo: Allen West Republic)

“How can a man say he’s not a thug, he’s a diplomat, he’s a president? We’ll go into Iraq and we’ll just take their oil. See? That’s the thug coming out. That’s that part of the nature of the beast that’s manifesting.

“Well, if he becomes your president, you’ll be just like him. … When you get leadership that is not rooted in justice, then they begin to make the people just like themselves.”

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By the end of his lecture, Farrakhan cautioned America to think long and hard before electing leaders like Trump.

“Be careful, America. You’re headed into the abyss of hell, and if you make a mistake in choosing your leaders, maybe you’ll go there faster,” he said.

Lt. Col. Allen West sounded off on Farrakhan’s statement:

“Actually, Farrakhan has a point here. Indeed, as the past seven years of President Barack Obama have reminded us in the most painful way, making a mistake in our choice of leaders is taking us down into the abyss faster than we ever imagined. No one has done more ‘exacerbating the race situation in America’ than President Obama himself. He and his administration have torn away the skin of ‘black civility’ indeed, fomenting the likes of Black Lives Matter, who have declared open season on cops and even whites in general. And anyone who dares to question this — or suspicious and/or hateful actions by any ‘minority’ group — fears repercussions ranging from being labeled a racist to persecution by our own attorney general to a fate even worse.

“People have had enough of this division and political correctness gone so far as to trump Americans’ God-given liberties, and Donald Trump is striking a chord. And it’s not just a white thing, as Farrakhan suggests.”

As WND reported just this week, Trump is enjoying a surge in support from minorities, who are lining up behind him.

A new poll, which still has Trump leading the race, shows 40 percent of blacks are lining up behind Trump, as are 45 percent of Hispanics, and nearly 19 percent of Asians.

Blacks and Hispanics, in fact, even support Trump at higher levels than whites, according to the survey.

The results are from a new WND/Clout poll by Clout Research, a national opinion research firm in Columbus, Ohio. The telephone survey of registered voters was taken Dec. 18-27, except for the holiday, and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.35 percentage points.

GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump (Photo: YouTube screenshot)

GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump (Photo: YouTube screenshot)

Only Dr. Ben Carson pulled more support from the black community than Trump, at 50 percent, and no one had more support from Hispanics than Trump. Among Asians, 37.5 percent supported Sen. Marco Rubio, with Sen. Ted Cruz matching Trump’s 18.8 percent.

In October this year, Farrakhan said Trump and ISIS are both signs God is judging the U.S. and “The battle is on and the plagues are coming down on America.”

As WND reported, Farrakhan made headlines last summer when he made controversial statements calling for an army of 10,000 to “rise up and kill those who kill us.”

Here, in context, is what Farrakhan said on July 30:

“I’m looking for ten thousand in the midst of the million. Ten thousand men who say, ‘death is sweeter than continued life under tyranny,'” Farrakhan told the congregants at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Miami.

“Death is sweeter than to continue to live and bury our children, while white folks give the killer hamburgers.

“Death is sweeter, than watching us slaughter each other, to the joy of a 400-year-old enemy. Yes, death is sweeter.

“The Quran teaches persecution is worse than slaughter. Then it says, ‘retaliation is prescribed in matters of the slain.’ Retaliation is a prescription from God (beats his breast), to calm the breast of those whose children have been slain.

“So if the federal government will not 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.”

Farrakhan made the comments at Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Miami, where he referred to a “400-year-old enemy,” which many took to mean white people.

Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, founder of the Los Angeles-based Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny (BOND) and a WND columnistweighed in on Farrakhan’s incendiary comments.

“Louis Farrakhan made terror threats against white Americans in his recent speech at a Baptist church in Miami, and the silence from Barack Obama, Attorney General Loretta Lynch, the media and most conspicuously – black Americans – is deafening,” he wrote. “Farrakhan did not make this speech in a mosque. He made it in a Christian church. And the congregation cheered his chilling threats of death against white Americans as if Jesus Christ had come down from heaven.”

The Nation of Islam hosted the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, with its chilling “Justice or Else” theme, on Oct. 10 in Washington, D.C.

Peterson pointed out: “The average black person will tell you that Farrakhan is on the fringe – that he doesn’t represent the mainstream black community.”

Order Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson’s book, “The Antidote: Healing America from the Poison of Hate, Blame, and Victimhood.”


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