Twitter is no stranger to liberal feuds erupting on its site, but this time it’s directed at a surprising target.

Former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is being targeted on social media for a racy passage in her book published in 1996, It Takes A Village.

While released long ago, the passage has taken the spotlight once more, as it reveals the author reveling in the fact that she was assigned “free, African-American men” to work at her mansion.

The controversy lies in the depiction of the prison inmates assigned to work at the Governor’s mansion in Arkansas, who worked without compensation and were specifically mentioned as being African-American.

The Daily Caller reports:

An excerpt from Hillary Clinton’s famous 1996 book “It Takes A Village” has been circulating online and courting controversy for its depiction of prison inmates working at the Arkansas governor’s mansion.

Posted by activist Jeanette Jing, the first-person passage describes how Clinton “enforced rules strictly and sent back to prison any inmate who broke a rule.” The inmates, who Clinton said were typically “African American men in their thirties who had already served twelve to eighteen years of their sentences,” worked on the grounds without compensation.

The social media activist initially released the excerpt of the book, and since then it has been re-tweeted tens of thousands of times.

The Daily Caller reports:

Of the many absurdities Clinton has been caught red-handed in, this may be one of the most outrageous.

Liberals claim to promote a narrative of “love for all,” but their previous frontrunner in the election essentially just wrote a narrative in which she was a slave owner while her husband was serving as Governor of Arkansas.

Once more, Clinton finds herself in an incriminating situation, simply because she put her foot in her own mouth.

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Would you have ever voted for someone who made it seem that they had owned slaves?

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