REPORT: Maxine Waters Attended 2002 Convention Of Louis Farrakhan’s ‘Nation Of Islam’

Liberals and their media allies just love Maxine Waters. She can always be relied upon to bash Trump non-stop. But now it has come to light that she once attended a conference for the Nation of Islam, a notoriously anti-Semitic group. Will her friends in the media tell this story?

The Daily Caller reports:

Maxine Waters Attended Nation Of Islam Convention Where Farrakhan Defended Suicide Bombers

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Democratic California Rep. Maxine Waters attended a Nation of Islam convention where the hate group’s leader, Louis Farrakhan, defended Palestinian suicide bombers.

The convention, which took place in California in 2002, is just the latest tie to emerge between Democrats and the Nation of Islam, a black nationalist group known for being viciously anti-Semitic.

“We have Maxine Waters here,” Farrakhan told the convention audience, gesturing to the seats behind him, “our great congresswoman from this area.” The audience cheered Waters’ name.

Later in his speech, Farrakhan excused Palestinian suicide bombers and defended Iran for arming Palestinian terrorists.

Farrakhan criticized the United States for providing Israel with planes and other weapons, which he indicated was to blame for Palestinian suicide bombers.

“The Palestinians have nothing to defend themselves with, so they’re so exhausted and exasperated, think about that, strapping bombs to themselves, making themselves a weapon,” Farrakhan said.

If the media suddenly discovered that Trump attended a meeting with a hate group in 2002, do you think they would be silent about it?

 

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