Tracey Martin drops bombshell revelation during radio interview

Hillary Clinton angrily referred to a black servant as the n-word, according to a bombshell claim by Tracey Martin, a former traveling chef who worked under the first Clinton administration.

Martin’s LinkedIn page features a photograph of him shaking hands with Hillary Clinton and includes details of how he has cooked for “numerous heads of state,” including Margaret Thatcher, Helmut Kohl and President and Mrs. George H. W. Bush.

Martin claims the incident occurred during a private function at the Elizabeth Taylor Medical Center in Washington DC prior to a public engagement between Hillary Clinton and Bernadette Chirac, the wife of the former French President Jacques Chirac.

“A gentleman of color came in with something and it did not please her the way it was and when he walked out she says ‘that’ and then she used the n-word,” Martin told WBEN 930 radio host Tom Bauerle.

“So you are alone with Hillary after the black guys brings something that Hillary doesn’t like and she said to you ‘that n-word’” Bauerle asked Martin.

“Yes,” Martin confirmed.


According to Martin, the Clintons made racist comments on a routine basis and the incident didn’t come as a great shock to him.

“They think nothing of it, because there’s no press around….after you’ve been around them long enough, whether it be the Clintons or the Kennedys or whoever, once they feel comfortable with you, their guard is let down,” said Martin.

Within 48 hours of doing the interview, Martin claimed that his phone was hacked and that his apartment was broken into at 3am.

Host Tom Bauerle also said that after the interview, his loved one received an odd voicemail message from a phone number that was later revealed from the Wikileaks dump to have come from within the DNC.

The notion that Hillary Clinton is a closet racist isn’t much of a stretch.

After all, she called black people super predators and once praised Robert Byrd as her “mentor”. Byrd was the founding member and leader of a chapter of the Ku Klux Klan.

Her husband Bill Clinton also once expressed his anger that Ted Kennedy was endorsing Barack Obama in favor of Hillary by belittling Obama because he was black.

“A few years ago, this guy would have been getting us coffee,” Clinton told Kennedy.

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While Martin’s claim is merely an accusation – there is no audio or video evidence to back it up – the mainstream media has afforded blanket coverage to similar accusations against Donald Trump.

There is no audio or video evidence to verify the accusations made against Trump by numerous women who claim they were sexually assaulted by him, but the media has given those women a platform anyway,

Will the media dare touch this story? Will they dare to give Tracey Martin a platform to re-iterate his accusation that Hillary Clinton angrily called a black servant the ‘n-word’?



Paul Joseph Watson is the editor at large of and Prison