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(Video) Sarah Just Made Scorching Announcement

Published on Jun 26, 2018

Are we really heading to a place as a nation where people of opposing views cannot have a conversation? Share a meal? Share a table or even a restaurant? In order for a republic to function properly a diversity of thoughts, ideas, and expression is necessary. This is only possible with freedom and civility. When it becomes more profitable to simply make fun of someone or berate them for beliefs different than your own rather than offer constructive alternative, intellectual discourse is threatened. When civil discourse can no longer be relied upon, society will fall.

Such is the case with what is happening across the United States currently and was epitomized recently when White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and her family were asked to leave the Red Hen in Lexington, Virginia because she works for President Donald Trump.

Sanders opened Monday’s press briefing by addressing the restaurant she was asked to leave on Friday. In Sarah’s typical inimitable style, she was direct and to the point and she did not attempt to sugarcoat anything.

Sarah stated bluntly –

“Many by now have heard that I was asked to leave a restaurant this weekend where I attempted to have dinner with my family. My husband and I politely left and went home. I was asked to leave because I work for President Trump. 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.”

Then she turned her attention to vile, disgusting words of has-been actor Peter Fonda and chose this opportunity to publically address his tweets in which he advocated her children be kidnapped along with Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) calling on supporters to harass members of the Trump administration wherever they go.

“Some have chosen hate and vandalism toward the restaurant that I was asked to leave from,” she said. “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.”

Sarah then went on to offer a blistering critique of the state of political discourse in America, hammering her point home with an undeniable truth – “Healthy debate on ideas and political philosophy is important, but the calls for harassment and push for any Trump supporter to avoid the public is unacceptable. America is a great country, and our ability to find solutions despite those disagreements is what makes us unique.”

Sarah even received a public apology from Rep. Bob Goodlatte (VA-R) and Del. Ben Cline (VA-R) as they took to Twitter to rebuke the Red Hen. Goodlatte represents the sixth congressional district which includes Lexington, stated the rude reception she received at the Red Hen restaurant didn’t reflect the “kind and caring people” of his district.

“What @PressSec experienced in Lexington last night is very unfortunate and doesn’t reflect accurately upon the kind and caring people of Lexington that I know. There are many great and innovative businesses in #VA06 that I hope you’ll come back to visit.”

Cline is a Virginia state delegate and a Republican who also is running for the U.S. House this November. He criticized Stephanie Wilkinson, co-owner of the Red Hen, and dropped the bombshell that Wilkinson is related to Hollywood actress Meryl Streep.

“On behalf of my hometown of Lexington, I want to apologize for the rudeness of one liberal New York transplant (who also happens to be Meryl Streep’s cousin). We hope you will come back and enjoy our area’s true southern hospitality.”

Fox News reports –

“Virginia is for lovers of political correctness, as we learned this weekend when White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders was thrown out of The Red Hen in Lexington, Virginia, on Friday night. The restaurant’s owner sanctimoniously declared the establishment has to uphold “certain standards.”

Evidently she means the standard of resisting President Trump, by refusing to serve steak or french fries, or a hen that’s red – or whatever it is that they serve – to an employee of the man they loathe because they’re “tolerant,” or something like that.

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