PERFECT: Noted Racist Malik Shabazz Lobbies Democrats on Capitol Hill to Vote Against GOP Resolution and Support Farrakhan
Last Tuesday Republican Todd Rokita (R-IN) introduced legislation to condemn outspoken anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan and his long history of racist, hateful, anti-white speech.
Rokita proposed the legislation after several Democrats have met with Louis Farrakhan in recent years.
On Monday former head of the New Black Panther Party, Malik Zulu Shabazz, lobbied members of Congress to vote against the Farrakhan legislation.
Like Louis Farrahkan, Malik Shabazz also has his own long history of racist insults and violent threats against white people and Jews.
In 2015 Malik Shabazz told conservative Steve Malzberg the real thugs are the Founders and fore fathers of America.
In 2012 Malik Shabazz announced he was going to build an army of black men “to kill.”
Also in 2012 Shabazz also threatened to burn down Detroit at a public meeting.
In 2007 Malik Shabazz marched with Obama and the Black Panthers.
In 2007 while Obama was campaigning for the White House he marched with Malik Zulu Shabazz, the former leader of the New Black Panther party, in Alabama.
On Monday Malik Shabazz lobbied members of Congress to vote against the anti-Farrakhan legislation.
It will be interesting to see how many Democrats agree with him.
The Washington Times reported:
It would be helpful for congressional Democrats if Louis Farrakhan would quietly fade from view, at least until Nov. 6, but it doesn’t appear that he’s going anywhere.
A delegation of black organizations made the rounds Monday on Capitol Hill to promote a proposal condemning President Trump and lobby against an anti-Farrakhanresolution introduced by Rep. Todd Rokita, Indiana Republican.
Whether the group changed any minds is unclear, but the effort did serve to stoke the uproar engulfing members of the Congressional Black Caucus over their ties to Mr. Farrakhan, known for his anti-Semitic rhetoric.
Led by Malik Zulu Shabazz, president of Black Lawyers for Justice, the group included members of the 10,000 Black Men’s March, New Black Panther Party, Anacostia Citizens for Justice, Prince Georges County Peoples Coalition, and Black Lives Matter, according to a press release.
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