In the wake of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s testimony before Congress, former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders took to her official Twitter account and slammed Democrats, accusing them of of having a trait that she’s famous for.
“Almost feel sorry for the Democrats: they said [Trump] would lose-he won; said he’d ruin our economy-it’s booming; and when all else failed said he’s a traitor! when in fact he’s a patriot making America great again,” Sanders tweeted.
“Maybe Dems should just quit lying and do their jobs,” she added.
Almost feel sorry for the Democrats: they said @realDonaldTrump would lose-he won; said he’d ruin our economy-it’s booming; and when all else failed said he’s a traitor! when in fact he’s a patriot making America great again. Maybe Dems should just quit lying and do their jobs.
— Sarah Huckabee Sanders (@SarahHuckabee) July 25, 2019
The irony of Sanders telling other people to stop lying wasn’t lost on most people, as evidenced by the comment thread that opened up beneath her tweet.
“Maybe Dems should just quit lying and do their jobs.”
An odd remark from someone whose job is lying.
— Mrs. Betty Bowers (@BettyBowers) July 25, 2019
Speaking of JOBS how goes the hunt? I hear Wally World is looking for a new bearded lady….
Speaking of LYING………HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH —
— Sassy 🇨🇦 🌊🌊 (@SassySwift1) July 25, 2019
Well. You definitely know all about lying.
This wont win Arkansas for you.
— Nancy Resister #100,000,000,000 #TurnKansasBlue (@nancyturnernea2) July 25, 2019
From the mouth of a lying former mouthpiece.🤨🤬
— Rose (@RoseBeckley) July 25, 2019
“Quit lying and do your job” was the world’s mantra during your tenure.
Did you learn gaslighting at the hands of your dad, or Trump?
— Crutnacker (@Crutnacker) July 25, 2019
Your credibility is so subterranean that I’m surprised you get cell service down there to Tweet.
— Rob Anderson for Louisiana (@RobAnderson2018) July 25, 2019
Sanders’ penchant for lying to the media on behalf of President Trump is well known. Speaking to USA Today last month, journalism professor and media critic Jay Rosen said Sanders “presided over the destruction of one of the grand stages of the American presidency, and one of the great platforms for the projection of United States power: the White House briefing room.”
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