The black community never embraced Hillary Clinton the way they did Bill.
It turns out they may have been right about that.
In her 1996 book “It Takes A Village,” Clinton recounts how she used prison labor around the Arkansas governor’s mansion.
“When we moved in, I was told that using prison labor at the governor’s mansion as a longstanding tradition, which kept down costs,” Clinton wrote.
“We enforced rules strictly and sent back to prison any inmate who broke a rule,” Clinton wrote, referring to her unpaid, largely black, servants as “emotional illiterates.”
The revelation, which drew little attention 21 years ago, is receiving new scrutiny after liberal talk show host Bill Maher referred to himself as a “house n—-r,” Milo Yiannopoulus reports.
“Maher said ‘house n*’ and Clinton used prison labor at her mansion for ten yrs bc it was “a longstanding tradition which kept down costs,” liberal activist and Bernie Sanders supporter Jeanette Jing wrote on Twitter.
“Clinton said she was apprehensive for her safety, but did not mention any discomfort in using essentially unpaid African American labor,” Jing wrote.
That set off a civil war among liberals.
“…this shit with cheap prison labor is just pure evil & she’s almost bragging about it,” wrote @pashionghodges.
“Hillary Clinton sounds like an old racist slave owner lamenting on how they treated their slaves good,” remarked @politicspeach.