Washington Post Seemingly Risks It All For Sarah Sanders?

The Washington Post seemingly risks all by coming out in support of Sarah Sanders. The Press Secretary was asked to leave a restaurant because she works for Donald Trump. That is the level of treatment that the Left now affords anyone that does not agree with them totally. It is interesting to read what this normally liberal publication has to say. 

As Written and Reported By Naomi Lim for the Washington Examiner:

The Washington Post’s editorial board on Sunday advocated for high-profile Trump administration officials to be able to “eat in peace” following White House press secretary Sarah Sanders being asked to leave a Virginia restaurant.

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“Those who are insisting that we are in a special moment justifying incivility should think for a moment how many Americans might find their own special moment,” the Post’s editorial states. “How hard is it to imagine, for example, people who strongly believe that abortion is murder deciding that judges or other officials who protect abortion rights should not be able to live peaceably with their families?”

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“Down that road lies a world in which only the most zealous sign up for public service. That benefits no one,” it continues.

The Post’s piece was published amid public debate over the treatment of Trump aides after both Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller this heckled by protesters while dining at Mexican restaurants in Washington.

Sanders then on Saturday wrote on Twitter about being booted from Red Hen in Lexington, Va., while trying to eat there on Friday night.

“Her actions say far more about her than about me,” Sanders wrote of the restaurant’s owner. “I always do my best to treat people, including those I disagree with, respectfully and will……


Washington Post joins call for civility after Sarah Sanders kicked out of restaurant


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