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Here’s Proof Trump Can Win Election Against Hillary

GOP frontrunner winning support from Rev. Farrakhan, 20% of Democrats

by Kit Daniels, Infowars:

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan agreed with Donald Trump’s proposal to vet Muslims entering America and a recent poll revealed 20% of Democrats would vote for Trump, both of which indicate the GOP frontrunner has enough crossover support to easily win the presidency.

During a recent interview with Alex Jones, Rev. Farrakhan pointed out Trump is “wise to vet anyone” from the Middle East – not just Muslims – because of the long-standing hatred for America in the region.

“So when Mr. Trump said we can’t allow these Muslim refugees into America, a lot of people were upset with him, but I know the hatred for America in the Muslim world is building,” the Hon. Minister stated. “So in this way I think Mr. Trump is wise to vet anyone coming from that area into America because the hatred for America is in the streets now.”

And Rev. Farrakhan attributed Trump’s soaring popularity to his status as a political outsider not completely controlled by the establishment.

“…When a politician does not want money from the rich, he’s freer than the others to really do good for the masses of the people, and I think that today we’re in the midst of the darkest hour in American history and so if we don’t make the right move with the right people at the right time, the America that we know we’re not going to see it become great again,” he stated.

It’s interesting to note that Rev. Farrakhan publicly supported then-Senator Barack Obama as president in 2008, but has since distanced himself from Obama after the president helped overthrow Libya president Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.

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