Black Fox News Guest on Hillary’s Hot Sauce Pander: ‘Surprised She Didn’t Say Watermelon’

PicMonkey Collage - ClarkeFox News regular Sheriff David Clarke appeared on Fox & Friends Wednesday morning, where he said that Hillary Clinton might as well have gone full racist with her “embarrassing” pandering to Black people earlier this week.

Clinton said that hot sauce was something that she carried in her bag with her at all times during an appearance on The Breakfast Club. While Clinton is known to actually carry hot sauce and enjoy spicy food, the African-American company, the stereotypes involved, and her own words opened the door for people to accuse Clinton of a blatant act of playing to the crowd.

“I’m surprised she didn’t say watermelon,” Clarke said in response. “This is dehumanizing, embarrassing, and disgusting. If any other candidate were to say something like that some stereotype about black people, it would ruin their campaign, but the rules seem to be different for the Clintons.”

Clarke went on to say that black people could see right through Clinton, and that liberal politicians were responsible for the issues that continue to plague their communities. Brian Kilmeade asked about whether it was an “insult” that no Republican candidates were at least making an outreach effort, but Clarke said they just needed more time to strategize.

Watch above, via Fox.

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