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Keith Ellison Once Proposed Making A Separate Country For Black People

Keith Ellison Once Proposed Making A Separate Country For Black People

Keith Ellison would make an outstanding Chairman of the DNC. Absolutely outstanding.

Daily Caller:

Some newly discovered columns shed light on the shocking views expressed by one of the Democrat’s favorite politicians.

Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota, now in the running to be DNC Chair, has attracted the support of Sens. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Harry Reid. Many think that Ellison, an African-American Muslim, would make a powerful statement leading the DNC. Ellison’s past has gained attention from the media, with Ellison being accused of anti-Semitism and ties to the Nation of Islam.

Back in 2006, when Ellison was first entering national politics, Scott W. Johnson wrote in the Weekly Standard:

“Ellison was born Catholic in Detroit. He states that he converted to Islam as an undergraduate at Wayne State University. As a third-year student at the University of Minnesota Law School in 1989-90, he wrote two columns for the Minnesota Daily under the name “Keith Hakim.” In the first, Ellison refers to ‘Minister Louis Farrakhan,’ defends Nation of Islam spokesman Khalid Abdul Muhammad, and speaks in the voice of a Nation of Islam advocate. In the second, ‘Hakim’ demands reparations for slavery and throws in a demand for an optional separate homeland for American blacks.”

The Washington Post also recently wrote about Ellison’s past columns, with an article published last week citing an Associated Press article about Ellison…

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