Farrakhan Goes Down!
Louis Farrakhan: It's this that they fear. I don't have no army. I just know the truth. And I'm here to separate the good Jews from the satanic Jews. Yes yes yes. This is just the beginning. Banning me from a social platform.
Louis Farrakhan: I have not said one word of hate. No. I do not hate Jewish people.
Graham Ledger: He kind of sounds like Hitler. Separate the good from the bad. The only thing that's missing: the box cars, gas chambers, and the oven. Joining me now the founder of the American Truth Project and Daily Ledger contributor, Barry Nussbaum. Barry, I don't believe in this Facebook banning stuff. I believe that it should be a repository for the first amendment. That said if anybody should be at the top of the list of being banned from social media including Facebook it should be the bigot with the funny part in his hair.
Barry Nussbaum: Graham if there ever was somebody in the entire country that earned repeatedly the ignominious presence of being banned first. It would have been Farrakhan. He should never have been on the platform. And I love your Segway even though it brings up a horrific memory. My first introduction to Farrakhan some 20 years ago was a videotape that had been recorded at his mosque in Chicago where he talked about next time the Jews go back in the ovens, they're going in deeper and they won't get out. Now, how could anybody in their rational mind define that as anything other than advocating for mass genocide. This is a guy that doesn't belong in any platform social media or otherwise.
Graham Ledger: And here's the other question Barry and we don't have an answer why he supposedly made these remarks at a Catholic church in Chicago on the south side there. Why? What is this Catholic church thinking and I think it has a lot of explaining to do you know who also has a lot of explaining is the Democrat leadership? it appears to me there's more and more information more and more evidence that the Democrat Party the modern Democrat party there on Capitol Hill and maybe beyond is the party of anti-Semitism. Now they let this guy speaking and letting somebody through the door let this guy through the door into our chamber into our house who is essentially calling for the annihilation of Israel.
Barry Nussbaum: This is horrific. There are Democrats who won't let a Christian minister invoke God's name in the House and yet this I guess, Anti-Semite from Texas invites this Imam who, get this Graham, preaches weekly that Zionism needs to be stamped out. He's calling for another intifada which is shootings, bombings, and stabbings by Palestinians committing suicide by murder and he's a prominent BDS supporter. So, Nancy Pelosi who invites him who gives him the floor to invoke God's blessing on that chamber says well we don't know how this happened we're looking into it right. What it really means is oh my gosh we got caught again promoting people who are openly brazenly anti-Semitic, anti-Zionist, anti-Israel and probably anti you and me.
Graham Ledger: And forever we're going to have this image of Nancy Pelosi standing right behind that guy in the House of Representatives and I'm sure somewhere out there Elan Omar and her ilk are clapping that he's there. Not a lot of clapping going on in the Alabama Senate as they try and usher through this pro-life piece of legislation. It's interesting. It's a pretty extreme piece of legislation if you happen to be planned parenthood. But in the end, I think what this legislation is trying to do is pick a fight at the United States Supreme Court to revisit if you will Roe vs. Wade.
Barry Nussbaum: It is wildly, I mean wildly different from state to state. Graham In some states now you can decide to have an abortion or a baby right around the time the babies popping out of the mom. Kill the baby keep the baby. If you decide to keep the baby that's great. If you decide to kill the baby well it wasn't a baby. Well Alabama has gone to the other extreme which if God forbid your daughter was brutally raped, abortion will not be an option in that case. Somewhere in the middle is rational thought. And obviously both sides are going to send these various states bills up and I think you're right. Graham in the not too distant future the Supreme Court is going to have to revisit this because you can't have baby murder at the same time There are cases where maybe that is an alternative.
Graham Ledger: And here's the good news a very the fact that we're even having this conversation is a national conversation now about heartbeats. Which you know there’s nothing more fundamental about life than a hot heartbeat in a human being. And it's actually wonderful that we're having people recognize that yeah there is a heartbeat there at six weeks and maybe as young as 18 days in the womb. Barry thanks.