Democratic candidates for the U.S. Senate Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock are keeping some curious company. The two candidates will appear at a get-out-the-vote event with Dr. David E. Marion, chairman of Howard University’s National Pan-Hellenic Council of Presidents. It just so happens that Dr. Marion initiated Louis Farrakhan into his fraternity — Omega Psi Phi — in 2019.
Farrakhan heads up the Nation of Islam, a hate group noted for its nauseating anti-Semitism and racism. That anyone of any color, creed, or race would “honor” Farrakhan with anything should disqualify them from being accepted by any political group — except maybe the Nazis.
Unless you’re a Democrat. Then it’s OK.
Ossoff and Warnock’s sharing of an event with a supporter of Farrakhan is bound to raise a few eyebrows, given the leader’s controversial reputation.
Farrakhan, who has led the Nation of Islam since the late 1970s, has made numerous anti-Semitic remarks over the years, not least of which include referring to Adolf Hitler as a “very great man” and Jews as “termites.” Read more…