Busted: DNC Deputy Chair Says His Mtg. with Farrakhan and Iranian President Was “Not a Private Dinner” – He Lied

Keith Ellison has done a wonderful job this year exposing the true face of the Democrat Party to the American public.

Here are a few of his best hits from the past year, via the RNC:
** He said Marxist tyrant Kim Jong Un was more responsible than President Trump

** Compared not giving sanctuary to illegal aliens to not helping Jews in Nazi Germany

** Posted a photo of himself praising the “Antifa” handbook

This week Ellison was exposed for lying about a meeting with Louis Farrakhan and the President of Iran in 2013. According to The Wall Street Journal — On MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” in December 2016, Mr. Ellison angrily accused his critics of a “smear campaign” for “talking about something that happened in 1995,” when Mr. Ellison was 32.

But Keith wasn’t telling the truth.
Rep. Ellison and fellow Democrat Gregory Meeks had dinner with Louis Farrakhan and Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani in 2013.

The Nation of Islam website posted photos from the dinner.

Ellison and Meeks both participated in the private dinner and discussion.

There is also video of Louis Farrakhan and Keith Ellison from the 2013 dinner meeting!

(The video has been up for years but only has 224 views.)

On Tuesday Rep. Ellison released a statement on the 2013 meeting.

Keith Ellison said it was NOT a private meeting.
But according to The Nation of Islam website in 2013, the meeting was a PRIVATE MEETING organized by the Iranian regime.

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