Sarah Huckabee Sanders is more than just the White House Press Secretary. She is a daughter, wife, and mother of three. And she is a human being enduring some of the vilest and most reprehensible attacks we’ve ever seen.
As a highly visible member of the Trump administration, Sanders is a target for the media. A recent Thanksgiving tussle with senior White House press corps reporter April Ryan demonstrates that.
Nonetheless, over the last few weeks, attacks on Sanders have become increasingly more hostile. Liberal actor Ron Pearlman has subtly suggested she is a pig. Sharing a story from The Hill claiming that Sanders humiliates the media, Pearlman said, “It’s still only lipstick, folks!”
Of course, that was nothing compared to the attack from Wonkette writer, Even Hurst. The unconscionable headline, “Go F**k Yourself, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, You Debased Redneck Motherf**ker,” made his hate abundantly clear.
In his hit-piece, Hurst ridicules Sanders’ southern accent. He also asserted she cooks up squirrels for dinner. However, the worst part was his referring (in all caps) to the wife and mother as a, “pus-filled white trash scab on the tiny dick of Donald Trump’s humanity.”
This is a truly disgusting attack, void of even the slightest hint of human decency. It’s also ironic coming from a guy who is part of the anti-Trump resistance. Unfortunately, Hurst wasn’t the only one unleashing on Sanders.
Less than funny comedienne Chelsea Handler used her failing Netflix show to belittle the press secretary. In the episode titled, “Dinner Party: Scandalous,” Handler essentially calls her a prostitute.
Discussing the leftist term “alternative facts” with guest Lanny Davis, Handler bashes Sander’s looks. “I mean, one day she has no makeup on at all, the next she’s got like 6-foot long eyelashes, and she’s got cleavage, and summer whore lipstick all over her face,” she said. “Can you believe what they’ve turned her into? A proper trollop.”
Just to prove how hypocritical liberals like Handler are, this is what the actress has said about women in the past:
“Find women that are different than you and figure out the things you have in common. We have a whole generation of girls who are looking at us to see how we treat each other. Let’s show them what the power of being a woman really looks like. Let’s open our arms to each other, and to them.”