Twitter won't take punitive action against controversial Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan for an anti-Semitic tweet.

The tweet, sent Tuesday and still visible Wednesday, shows Farrakhan addressing a weekend event in Detroit for the 23rd anniversary of the Million Man March.

“To the members of the Jewish community that don’t like me, thank you very much for putting my name all over the planet because of your fear of what we represent, I can go anywhere in the word and they've heard of Farrakhan. Thank you very much," Farrakhan said. "I’m not mad at you, ’cause you’re so stupid.'"

He added later: “So, when they talk about Farrakhan, call me a hater — you know they do — call me an anti-Semite. Stop it! I’m anti-termite! I don’t know nothing about hating somebody because of their religious preference.”

BuzzFeed reporter Joe Bernstein reached out to Twitter for comment, after which a spokesman told him there was no policy violation.

"Just in from a @Twitter spokesperson: Louis Farrakhan's tweet comparing Jews to termites is not in violation of the company's policies. The policy on dehumanizing language has not yet been implemented," Bernstein tweeted. "So if you want to compare Jews to rats/insects - get it in while you can!"

Twitter did not immediately return the Washington Examiner's request for comment.

Farrakhan lost his "blue check" verification badge over the summer after he posted a clip of a sermon in which he spoke about the "Satanic Jew and the Synagogue of Satan."