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Kimberly Guilfoyle reacted to news that at least seven House Democrats were found to have ties to radical preacher Louis Farrakhan.

Farrakhan, born Louis Walcott in The Bronx, N.Y., is the leader of the controversial Nation of Islam.

In a recent speech, Farrakhan claimed "white folks are going down and Satan is going down. And, Farrakhan, by God's grace, has pulled the cover off of that Satanic Jew, and I'm here to say you're time is up - your world is through."

Democratic Reps. Maxine Waters and Barbara Lee of California, Gregory Meeks of New York, Danny Davis of Illinois, Andre Carson of Indiana, Keith Ellison of Minnesota and Al Green of Texas have all reportedly attended one of Farrakhan's events.

"Where is their disavowal?" Guilfoyle asked on "The Five." "Where are their statements [condemning Farrakhan]."

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Guilfoyle said those same Democrats must be consistent calling out racist and incendiary rhetoric on both sides of the aisle.

The "Five" panel discussed how many Democrats have considered former Louisiana State Representative David Duke (R), a former leader of the Ku Klux Klan, and white nationalist Richard Spencer, to be mainstream figures - but at the same time seem to ignore Farrakhan and Jeremiah Wright.

Previously, a 13-year-old photo surfaced showing Farrakhan and President Barack Obama smiling together, with critics noting it hadn't been brought about during the 44th presidency.

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