“He (Trump) is putting in place the very thing that will limit the freedom of others. But that’s what you (Black people) needed,” said The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan on Nov. 20th during his closing address at the State of the Black World Conference in Newark.
Minister Farrakhan described President-elect Trump as a wind blowing on the dry bones in the valley, referring to a biblical prophecy that describes the condition of Blacks in America—disunited, unable to collect themselves. But, he added, the scripture says God allowed the winds to blow on the dry bones and then the bones stood up as an exceedingly great army.
“My message to Mr. Trump: Push it real good. Push it so good that Black people say I’m out of here, I can’t take it no more,” said Min. Farrakhan.