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Video: Sarah Sanders Makes Statement on Being Booted From Restaurant
You might have heard about Sarah Sanders getting snubbed by a douchelord restaurant owner in Virginia over the weekend. All for the sin of working for the Orange Man. Well, Sare-bear took to the lectern and she wasn't short on words about the incident.
Enjoy her statement:
“I was asked to leave a restaurant this weekend where I attempted to have dinner with my family,” Sanders said, “My husband and I politely left and went home. I was asked to leave because I work for President Trump.”
Sanders continued, “We are allowed to disagree, but should we be able to do so freely and without fear of harm. And this goes for all people, regardless of politics.”
“Some have chosen hate and vandalism toward the restaurant that I was asked to leave from. A Hollywood actor publicly encouraged people to kidnap my children, and this weekend a member of Congress called for people to push back and make clear to those serving their country in this administration that they are not welcome anywhere, any time, for anything,” Sanders said.
As Sarah pointed out in her statement, lefties have been stepping up their "resistance" game to new heights as of late. We're not talking mere disapproval anymore. Leftists have gone beyond "agree to disagree" and toward things like instigating harassment. "Not serving their kind 'round here." Calls to kidnap the first son and lock him in a cage of kiddie-diddlers.
Righties and lefties disagreeing with each other is a-okay, but escalating things until we're bordering on violence isn't doing anyone any favors. Neither side wins when one side firebombs the other's van and lands themselves in the place with the bars.
While we're on the subject: