Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke has slammed Hillary Clinton for comments she made on a radio show, suggesting that she pandered to black voters by carrying around hot sauce in her handbag.

Appearing on Fox News’s “Fox & Friends” Wednesday, Clarke said Clinton’s performance was “dehumanizing, adding that “it’s embarrassing, it’s disgusting.”

“I’m surprised she didn’t say watermelon, just go all the way.” Clarke added.

“If any other candidate were to say something like that some stereotype about black people, it would derail their campaign but the rules seem to be different for the Clintons,” Clarke urged.

“You know, the folks she was being interviewed by, they saw right through it. That’s why they said they’ll accuse you of pandering. They know that.” the Sheriff added.

Clinton’s response to the radio host saying she would be accused of pandering to black people was to ask “Is it working?”

She then remarkably carried on the comments, stating “No, but seriously. I’ve been eating a lot of hot sauce. Raw peppers and hot sauce. I think it keeps my immune system strong. Hot sauce is good for you.”

“Black people know they’re being pandered to.” Clarke said. “Nothing has gotten better under Democrat control.”

“You go to all the cities where there’s high poverty, there’s now high levels of crime and violence. They’re all run by liberal democrat mayors, liberal Democrat politicians so nothing seems to get better.” Clarke concluded.

This is not the first instance where Clinton has been caught pandering to black voters. Hillary has continually been accused of faking a southern accent when speaking to gatherings of largely black people.


Steve Watson is the London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’, and

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