Skip to comments.What Hillary Clinton did after seeing ‘Black Panther’ is offending black Americans
Posted on 03/04/2018 11:08:35 AM PST by MarvinStinson
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Well, we saw “Death Wish” yesterday. Beautiful film, lots of action, and A GREAT MESSAGE.
Pandering on a black radio show that she always carries hot sauce with her on the mistaken notion that black people LOVE hot sauce.
I know some older black men who don’t eat ANYTHING spicy, it’s too hard on their stomach. That isn’t to say that no black men eat spicy foods, same as it erroneous to believe that black people love hot sauce and that it polls well in candidacy.
And she acknowledged to the hosts that she was pandering for support from the black community.
The same media that called Donald Trump a racist in 2016 called Bill and Hillary long known racists in 2008.
I ain’t lookin’ for Ted Koppel.
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Who did Bill take? Really? Went to a movie with Bill, sure.
Pandering to blacks on a radio show during April of 2016.
It was a good movie. But an FYI-in a review of this movie, from a British newspaper when the movie came out, the writer of the book admitted that Katherine Johnson used any restroom she wanted, in any building she wanted. I wondered if the screenwriters wanted to aggravate both sides of the racial equation with those scenes in the movie.
Heres the problem I have with all of the statements that this movie is empowering blacks and a positive force for African Americans.
The one American in the movie is evil.
The rest are based on a traditional African tribal society where 5 tribes have more or less united under a common king to prevent constant warfare with one being the, no pun intended, black sheep of the kingdom.
They only thing that makes them advanced, civilized and technologically adept is the existence of an exclusive element that is not present anywhere else in the world. So the whole basis fo the film is fictional.
Are blacks saying that the only way to portray their race positive is by using a fictional source of wealth and a fictional country?
I would find that highly insulting to my heritage, existence and family background.
My wife, her family, and almost every black person I know uses Hot Sauce with Fried Chicken, Fried Fish, and some other select foods (Pigs Feet).
As for BBQ, the only time they use it is Ribs or grilled chicken. From my experience hot sauce is more commonly used then BBQ among Blacks.
Like her first time for president run while in the south at a black church “I ain’t no wheres tared” in her fake southern accent.
Hillary Clinton on Hot Sauce
Hilly and Billy had long friendships with known established racists: Willian Fulbright was Bill Clinton's mentor:
On May 5, 1993, Clinton praised Senator J. William Fulbright as my mentor, as he gave the nations highest civilian award the Presidential Medal of Freedom to a man who spent the vast majority of his public career and life as a proud segregationist, who voted against the 1964 and 1965 Civil Rights Acts.
Several prominent Democrats dabbled as one-time KKK members President Harry Truman; Hugo Black, who was appointed by Franklin D. Roosevelt to the Supreme Court from 1937-1971.
Democrat Majority Leader, Robert Byrd, who was not only a KKK member; but a Grand Keagle, a recruiter for the KKK signed up members for $10 a head. He joined because it offered excitement, and because the Klan was an effective force in promoting American values. He stated in a letter, The Klan is needed today as never before, and I am anxious to see its rebirth . in every state in the nation. Byrd became the Democrat leader of the U.S. Senate and served from 1951-2010 and filibustered the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Bill went to a different movie and set a bucket of popcorn over his lap.
If I knew how or desired to tweet: How is hot sauce on popcorn?
I don’t get the hot sauce thing as being racial. I’ve actually carried Texas Pete with me to use at the waffle house as they only carry Tabasco.
Does that make me black?
Seriously, what was offensive about that message?
I just don’t see it.
>>Hugo Black, who was appointed by Franklin D. Roosevelt to the Supreme Court from 1937-1971.
Hugo Black was anti-Catholic (as was the Klan) and behind the decision to separate church from state (can’t let kids go to Catholic school on city buses).
“Bill is a political genius compared to her”
Bill is buffoon who was enabled by gutless suckups.
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