The Minister Louis Farrakhan unleashed a series of fiery critiques aimed at Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during his Saviours' Day keynote address, calling her a "wicked woman" and accusing her of orchestrating the "destruction of Libya."
"I do not blame you for wanting a female president, but that's a wicked woman," the Nation of Islam leader said. "You can vote for her, but vote for her with knowledge."
Farrakhan went on to say that Clinton "can be sweet," but accused her of playing games.
"All of the sudden she know about Trayvon Martin — all of the sudden, the boy been dead nearly two years," he said. "Now, she's talking about him like she met the mother and oh ... these white people, this is Satan."
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Farrakhan continued, "You fall for that crap? Most of you that went to jail for having a little blunt in your pocket, they arranged that, the Clintons. Mass incarceration came about under the Clintons."
In addition to blaming Bill and Hillary Clinton for broken families, among other societal woes, Farrakhan also took aim at her tenure as secretary of state, saying that she orchestrated the killing of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
"She, in her person, orchestrated the destruction of Libya and the killing of Muammar Gaddafi. Gaddafi was my friend. He was my brother," Farrakhan said, adding that he believes that Hillary Clinton lied by saying that Gaddafi was going to "kill all his people."
He also blamed Clinton for much of the chaos going on in the Middle East and North Africa.
"All the refugees fleeing out of Syria, fleeing out of Libya, fleeing out of Northern Africa is because of policies of the government of the United States of America — and her specifically," he said.
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