Sarah Huckabee-Sanders Called DISGUSTING and Cruel Names By Leftist Writer


Maybe it just comes with the job but I’ve always felt Sarah Huckabee Sanders was treated unfairly by the liberal media. She’s seemingly targeted because she can snap back with a witty comeback as fast as they can dish them.

And now, this nasty liberal writer has decided to degrade the lovely Mrs. Sanders. Totally and completely unfair of him. Wonder if this crybaby got a piece of her mind once or twice?

Heck, it’s not just her. He’s even went on a hard offensive against Ben Carson. Probably one of the noblest and most honest men on the hill.

As Written By Todd Starnes:

Even the “Mean Girls” weren’t this mean.

Just moments after President Trump promoted Sarah Huckabee Sanders to the role of White House press secretary, she was attacked by a swarm of woman-hating liberals.

First, the propagandists at The New York Times and MSNBC questioned Sanders’ character and called her a liar, but now journalists are attacking her physical appearance.


Ira Madison, III, of The Daily Beast, likened Sanders to a drag queen in a hateful posting on Twitter.

“Butch queen first time in drags at ball,” he tweeted to his followers – along with a photograph of the press secretary.

Madison is the same “journalist” who cracked a racially-charged “joke” about Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ Asian-American granddaughter during his confirmation hearings. His tweet implied Sessions had borrowed her from a Toys-R-Us store so that he could use her as a political prop. Madison later apologized and deleted the tweet.

And he also penned a disgusting attack on Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson – wondering if his rule in the Trump White…..

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