Niger Innis: There Is ‘Intellectual Tyranny’ in Hollywood, Black America, Hispanic America

‘Trish, there is an intellectual tyranny in Hollywood, the hip hop community, within black America, Hispanic America’

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INNIS: "Oh, Trish, there is an intellectual tyranny in Hollywood, the hip hop community, within black America, Hispanic America, even among some so-called feminists. If you get off of the plantation that you are supposed to be on because of identity politics or identity industry, then you have hell to pay. Let me give you a really frightening example. Louis Farrakhan who is not — I have not been the biggest fan of his over the years, but there is no question he an extremely influential powerful historic figure. Louis Farrakhan flirted with the possibility of voting for Donald Trump and kicking open the door for NOI folk to vote for Donald Trump. He got so much pressure put on him that within a few days he had to distract the world with some of his anti-semitic greatest hits. If you can intimidate Louis Farrakhan or give Louis Farrakhan pause, can you imagine what goes on for the rank and file black or Hispanic or woman that wants to support Donald Trump openly?"

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