As the first black president, Bill Clinton knows *every* black person likes fried chicken.
Why else, during a visit to Louisville, Kentucky, would he make an unannounced stop at Franco’s Home Cooking, and get behind the counter to serve food.
But it wasn’t just any food, and it wasn’t just any crowd.
As Saturday Morning Solutions, a weekly black radio show, reported, “Bill Clinton came to the hood in Louisville and LITERALLY served fried chicken to Black people.”
Bill Clinton came to the hood in Louisville and LITERALLY served fried chicken to Black people pic.twitter.com/6DoJVAPSB7
— Sat. Morn. Solutions (@SMSS4) May 3, 2016
Will Clark of WHAS tweeted another photo of Clinton serving food without a hairnet, gloves or an apron.
The Health Department would call that “first black president privilege.”
.@billclinton makes a surprise visit to Franco's on Dixie Highway before his rally. .@840WHAS #Louisville pic.twitter.com/LfZSUzN0IZ
— Will Clark (@WClark840WHAS) May 3, 2016
Last month, Hillary Clinton was accused of engaging in black stereotypes when she insisted to a trio of black radio hosts that she always carries hot sauce in her purse.
Hot Air reported April 19:
During an appearance on “The Breakfast Club,” a morning radio show on Urban/Hip Hop radio station Power 105.1 in New York, Hillary Clinton (D-NY)said she always carries hot sauce with her wherever she goes.
The radio hosts immediately responded with giggles and snorts of recognition. You see, the suggestion that she carries hot sauce in her purse was immediately recognized as the lowest form of pandering to the radio program’s African-American audience. …
One of the show’s co-host’s, Charlamagne Tha God said to her, “now listen, I want you to know that people are going to see this and say, ‘She’s pandering to black people,’”
Clinton’s response: “Okay, is it working?”
The pandering is strong with this one.
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