Possible? How about the actual open threats to “kill whitey?” This man should be in prison or at the very least, on the top of a domestic terrorist list. Instead, he’s respected by the race baiting community, which appears to be taking their lead from our Race Baiter In Chief. 

“Stalk them and kill them and let them feel the pain of death that we are feeling. #JusticeOrElse”

-Louis Farrakhan


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The U.S. Capitol Police’s intelligence office issued a bulletin last month warning officers of the possibility for violence during Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan’s rally to commemorate the Million Man March.

According to the Washington Post, the warning came in the form of an email newsletter and noted that Farrakhan “has been accused of inciting violence against both Caucasians and police officers.”

The bulletin, which described Farrakhan as “incendiary” and “race-baiter,” reportedly warned that “given today’s negative racial climate and the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement there are legitimate concerns that the second march may not be as peaceful.”

If you don’t believe us..WATCH THIS commentary from a black radio host:

In August, Farrakhan called for black Americans to “rise up” and “kill those who kill us” if the federal government fails to “intercede in our affairs.”

When the newsletter surfaced in the media, it was denounced by Capitol Police Chief Kim Dine who said in a statement to The Washington Post that it “does not reflect the viewpoint or values” of the department and was never “intended to provide instruction or guidance to our employees.”

The march is scheduled in D.C. for later this month. Organizers expect crowds that may rival the 1995 march. Via: The Blaze

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