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  • But, uh, let's get straight into it, people.

  • The election is just six days away,

  • and Hillary's lead in the polls is shrinking faster

  • than a porn window when the boss walks by.

  • Donald Trump, on the other hand,

  • just received his second newspaper endorsement.

  • Yes. This time, seriously,

  • -from the official newspaper of the KKK. -(laughter)

  • Which, by the way, is an extremely difficult newspaper

  • to read because they refuse to use black ink.

  • And, uh, yeah, and the most popular feature in the paper

  • is the burning crossword.

  • It's the same clue every single day,

  • just someone saying, like, "Hmm.

  • "Perfectly acceptable word for a black person.

  • "Six letters.

  • "Starts with 'N.'

  • Nubian, that's it! Nubian."

  • But, uh, the KKK really did endorse Donald Trump.

  • I'll tell you one place where Donald Trump isn't gaining

  • any ground on Hillary Clinton, it's with the black vote.

  • I wonder why.

  • Trump has currently two percent support among black people.

  • Do you know how hard it is

  • to have that few black people in anything?

  • Two percent.

  • You realize with hockey,

  • the black players make up

  • -five percent of the league. -(laughter)

  • That's hockey, that is hockey.

  • That's a sport that has everything

  • black people are instinctively afraid of.

  • It's freezing cold,

  • white people in masks are chasing you.

  • They celebrate the goal with a police siren.

  • And on top of all of that, hockey's the only sport

  • -where they throw you in prison. -(laughter)

  • -You know how insane that is? -(applause)

  • -People are sitting there. -(cheers and applause)

  • In the game, players looking at each other like,

  • "Hey, man, how long you in for?

  • "A minute and a half.

  • What? I got 25 to life!"

  • God damn mandatory minimums."

  • And still, with all of that, hockey has more black support

  • than Donald Trump, and Trump doesn't seem to understand this,

  • as he's so eloquently said.

  • If African American voters

  • give Donald Trump a chance

  • by giving me their vote,

  • the result for them will be amazing.

  • Look at the schools.

  • Look at the poverty.

  • What do you have to lose

  • by trying something new?

  • I feel like that's the same sales pitch

  • they gave to people in Africa.

  • Lions are attacking you. There's famine.

  • Just get on the ship.

  • What do you have to lose?

  • Come on, folks?

  • -What do you have to lose? -(applause)

  • Just get on the ship.

  • It can't get worse.

  • Look, look, it's pretty obvious

  • why black people don't (bleep) with Trump.

  • But when it comes to Hillary, some people struggle

  • to understand why she is the candidate

  • with whom they do (bleep).

  • Uh, I looked at this, I looked at this.

  • And I came to realize, it only makes sense

  • that black people vote for Hillary,

  • because they relate to her.

  • Because, yes, Hillary Clinton may be a white woman,

  • but she's been living the black experience.

  • Think about it.

  • She always rolls in an Escalade.

  • She spent most of her life in government housing.

  • Her baby daddy's got side chick issues.

  • -And... -(audience exclaiming)

  • She even accessorizes like a black person.

  • What's something that you always carry with you?

  • Hot sauce.

  • ♪ I got hot sauce in my bag swag. ♪

  • Huh?

  • And, by the way, she did the hot sauce thing

  • way before Beyoncé.

  • Way before Beyoncé, when you think of it.

  • You know, a lot of people don't realize,

  • but-but the hot sauce thing is true.

  • It's not a metaphor.

  • Black people carry hot sauce in their bags,

  • because, you know, of the fear of encountering bland food.

  • This is what happens.

  • You know, like white people leave the house,

  • and they go, like, cell phone, wallet, keys.

  • Black people are like, oh, hot sauce, hot sauce, hot sauce.

  • There's someone running into their house right now,

  • and they're like, "Baby, I forgot my hot sauce.

  • Mama, you ain't gonna meet no white people today, calm down."

  • She's like, "You never know.

  • "White people be inviting you all the time,

  • "And they be like, I insist.

  • "Next thing you know, I'm in their house,

  • "eating some bland-ass couscous.

  • "I'm like, where my hot sauce at?

  • "Just give me my hot sauce, baby.

  • Give me my hot sauce."

  • (cheering and applause)

  • Yeah, but you realize, you realize,

  • Hillary had the hot sauce thing way before Beyoncé did, right?

  • Hillary got cheated on and stuck with her man

  • way before Beyoncé did.

  • If anything, Beyoncé stole Lemonade from her.

  • Hillary is living the black experience.

  • I don't know why more people can't see it.

  • Look at her outfits.

  • She dresses like a black preacher.

  • In fact, in fact, when Hillary's at the pulpit,

  • she even speaks like the anointed.

  • I don't feel no ways tired.

  • I come too far from where I started from.

  • Amen, Hillary, amen.

  • Amen. Preach.

  • (cheering and applause)

  • If you think about it, Hillary would make a great preacher.

  • She's always telling us to believe.

  • She has a ton of money but she's always asking us to donate.

  • And whenever she talks,

  • you feel like you've been listening for hours.

  • Come on!

  • But where you really start to see the parallels

  • is in Hillary's life story. For instance,

  • what's the big thing black people complain about

  • in America? White people.

  • Just kidding, no, no, just kidding, just kidding.

  • I'm not kidding. Just kidding. Um...

  • What black people complain about often

  • is that they are constantly labeled as suspicious.

  • Now, that's something that sounds very familiar to Hillary.

  • White America is conditioned to feel about black men.

  • They're scared of black men.

  • PUNDIT: I think many people are scared of her.

  • Hell, I'm scared of her.

  • The media and politicians fear African Americans.

  • A lot of these delegates... they fear Hillary Clinton.

  • 50% believe that blacks and immigrants

  • are more prone to criminality.

  • The Trump base-- "I think she's a criminal."

  • PUNDIT 2: The very dominant stereotype and perception

  • is one of crime and criminality.

  • People have always been skeptical of her.

  • People just don't trust her.

  • Yeah.

  • Basically, when Hillary and a black person

  • walk down the street,

  • half of America locks both its doors.

  • Yeah, they see a black guy, they go to the cross the street,

  • then they see Hillary on the other side and they're like,

  • "I'll just stay in the middle. I'll take my chances

  • with the traffic." I'm telling you, people,

  • Hillary Clinton is living the black experience.

  • She's never been found guilty of committing a crime,

  • and still, and still, she's had to suffer through

  • having an intimate relationship with law enforcement.

  • REPORTER: Over the past five years, police have stopped

  • over 300,000 pedestrians

  • in African American neighborhoods

  • on little or no suspicion of lawbreaking.

  • There have been nine separate investigations

  • into the Benghazi attacks.

  • Not a single one of these has drawn a direct line

  • of responsibility to Secretary Clinton.

  • I've had at least a couple dozen instances with law enforcement,

  • um, that I'm pretty sure were just predicate on... predicated

  • on the fact that, you know, I'm a young black man.

  • They're gonna keep coming after me.

  • The FBI resolved all of this.

  • Honestly, they never quit.

  • They keep coming back.

  • Poor Hillary, man.

  • She's been questioned so much, that now even when

  • people ask her for the time, she's like,

  • "I ain't telling you (bleep)."

  • And look at what just happened last week with the e-mails.

  • Right? She's basically being pulled over by the FBI.

  • This case was closed and now they're like,

  • "Well, what do we have over here, Hillary?"

  • And Hillary's like, "Man, how many times

  • "we got to go through this (bleep)?

  • "I told you I don't do that e-mail stuff no more, man.

  • Step off me, Comey! Step off me, B!"

  • Hillary Clinton

  • is living the black experience.

  • Because now, not only is she being harassed

  • by the police and the law constantly.

  • It's starting to affect her work.

  • She's been unemployed for two years.

  • She's trying to get a job.

  • And now, just before she gets into the building

  • for her final interview, the cops roll up.

  • And now what happens? All of America's

  • basically the manager looking out of the window going,

  • "Why is she getting pulled over?"

  • "I don't know, but, I, uh, she must have done something wrong.

  • "I mean, the cops wouldn't just pull you over for nothing,

  • right? Oh, who else can we hire? Is there someone else?"

  • "Well, I mean, there is the guy with the tiny hands

  • and he's got, like, no experience."

  • "Oh, let's hire him. I mean,

  • what do we have to lose?"

  • If you think about it, Hillary's going through

  • the same experience that every black person is. Right?

  • She's qualified, but people don't trust her.

  • Her priors are coming back to haunt her.

  • And even if she does get the job,

But, uh, let's get straight into it, people.

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