The attacker who crashed his vehicle into two police officers in front of the fence surrounding the Capitol in Washington, identified as Noah Green, 25 years old, of African descent, was a follower of Louis Farrakhan, whom he considered the messiah.

While the case is still under investigation, it can be seen in the videos that Green, after the impact, got out of his car with a large knife and ran to assault police officers despite orders to stop, according to National File on April 2. 

Green had praised Farrakhan extensively on his Facebook profile, as had other leading Democrats. Among his notes were allusions to “end times” and “facing death.”

He also wrote on March 17: “However, the path has been thwarted, as Allah (God) has chosen me for other things. Throughout life I have set goals, attained them, set higher ones, and then been required to sacrifice those things.”

He also considered Farrakhan and his predecessor, Elijah Muhammad, in his notes, as incarnations of Jesus Christ, whose teachings changed his life.

Strangely, Facebook was quick to delete Green’s posts, a fact it later admitted, arguing that it was part of its policies.

Louis Farrakhan is the current leader of the Nation of Islam movement, the radical black nationalist Islamic group, who is recognized as a “notorious anti-white racist,” as described by author Jack Hadfield, had said that whites “deserve to die.”

One of the Democrats who also praised Farrakhan was Georgia Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock, who called him an “important voice” in the theology of people of African descent.

“It was the black Muslims who challenged black preachers and said ‘you’re promulgating the white man’s religion. That’s a slave religion,'” Warnock said in 2013, according to Fox News. 

Likewise, current Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison was a regular visitor to Farrakhan, for whom he worked for 18 months, only to admit later he no longer had relations with his group, National File reported. 

Other Democrats who had some proximity to Farrakhan include former President Barack Obama, California Representative Maxine Waters, and Illinois Representative Danny Davis.