Mark Cuban, a vocal Hillary Clinton supporter, admits he’s “bigoted” and “prejudiced” and is so afraid of black teens that he crosses the street whenever he sees “a black kid in a hoodie.”
Hillary, the self-proclaimed champion of African-American and minority voters, has not disavowed Mark Cuban’s endorsement or his racist remarks.
Cuban made the “black kid in hoodies” comment in 2014 while denouncing the racism of Donald Sterling, the former owner of the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team.
“I know I’m prejudiced, and I know I’m bigoted in a lot of different ways,” said Mark (see video).
The 6-foot-3 Cuban continued: “If I see a black kid in a hoodie on my side of the street, I’ll move to the other side of the street.”
Cuban then threw in a “white guy with tattoos” reference to soften his racist generalization that “all black teens are would-be criminals.”
Mark is the owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team, which is part of the NBA.
Some 80% of NBA players are African-American.
Hillary Clinton has yet to disavow Mark Cuban’s racist comments.
Cuban later apologized to the parents of Trayvon Martin, the most famous “black kid in hoodies,” but said he stood by his comments.
Trayvon, 17, (see photo) was shot and killed by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman in February 2012 while wearing a hoodie.
Last week, Hillary invited Cuban — a vocal Donald Trump hater — to be her VIP guest at the first presidential debate Sept. 26.
Cuban taunted Trump on Twitter by saying he can’t wait to troll him at the debate.
Trump responded on Twitter by saying he might invite Bill Clinton’s former mistress Gennifer Flowers to sit in the front row.
It’s unclear if 💋 Bill’s ex-lover 💋 Gennifer Flowers will attend the debate after telling Trump she’d love to go.
Meanwhile, the Commission on Presidential Debates denied Hillary’s request to use a step stool so she wouldn’t look so short and squat next to the 6-foot-2 Trump.
The lack of stools and the commission’s rules stating there will be no commercial breaks during the 90-minute debate could spell trouble for Hillary, who has been plagued with health problems, including extended coughing fits and fainting spells.