On August 1, Netflix will offer a documentary about Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam who is known for his anti-Semitic views.
According to National Review, the film is titled “The Honourable Minister Louis Farrakhan: My Life’s Journey Through Music,” and was produced by his son.
Farrakhan hinted at the release on Twitter:
Just yesterday, a top executive at Netflix announced it would focus more on faith-based and family programming.
Farrakhan is frequently in controversy for his radical and bigoted views. Last month, he even lost his Twitter verification for a tweet in which he claimed he was “unmasking the Satanic Jew” and the “Synagogue of Satan.”
In April, he gave a lecture where he linked the Star of David to the Biblical mark of the beast and sexual immorality.
In the past, he referred to 9/11 as a false flag operation by the Bush Administration and described Adolf Hitler as “a great man.”
Twitter users gave their thoughts about Netflix’s newest “family programming:”