Sarah Sanders has made national headlines week for those things she didn’t do. That’s because Sanders, the White House Press Secretary, has been on the receiving end of some very vile micro-aggressions from individuals like Michelle Wolf and some other lovers she might have.
Wolf, a comic, tried ripping Sander’s heart out in a wicked stunt that attempted ripping her spirit apart by stating offensive sayings about Sanders’ look.
This was during the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and Sanders sat there carrying the barrage just like a champ. She was patient, calm, and revealed barely any reaction to the jokes Wolf threw her manner, every joke a proverbial strike-out because she could barely garnish a laugh from the audience.
But she persisted. Wolf carried on together with all the laughless jokes while Sanders softly swallowed the vocal punishment. Wolf was later criticized by people on all ends of politics for her classless functionality that joked about serious problems like abortion whilst knocking folks about their physical appearance, even touching femininity at times.
Critics tore Wolf’s performance aside across the nation, stating matters that remind Wolf of her own look and how someone like her may wish to rethink criticizing somebody else to get their “looks” — which is nothing more than lowbrow comedy at best.
It was not long after that Sanders received the fantastic news. It seemed like people preferred her response, which wasn’t over a few traces, and praised her calm demeanor while Wolf stumbled upon the stage and ripped into Sanders like a hungry wild animal in the woods.
Faith Family America reported that a bit more on the Sanders and Wolf feud: “Through the performance, Wolf “joked” that Sanders “burnt facts” She also likened the press secretary into a macho softball trainer and mocked her confrontations with reporters. It was clear that the operation was assaulting the press secretary’s personal appearance and femininity.
4White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders responded on “Fox and Friends” on Thursday to the offensive comments hurled against her from “comedian” Michelle Wolf.
Rather than stooping to the indecently low level of Wolf, Sanders wanted the comic a happy life.
“Look, I believe evening says a great deal more about her than it does about me,” Sanders said of the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner on Saturday, according to the Daily Caller.
“The folks who were my friends before that evening are my friends today and I will keep on doing the job that I came here to do daily,” she said. “I am very pleased with this fact that I operate in this government for this president and we’re going to keep pushing forward and doing everything we can to make America better.”
“I believe we have had a great first season and a half at doing this. A massive success story that we are proud of,” Sanders continued. “I hope that she is able to come across some of the same happiness that most of us have, since I believe she might require just a bit more of that in her own life, because the rest of us here are doing great.”
Trump fans love & stand with Sarah Sanders…”
Sanders’ fans came out and published nice messages for her. Some other folks didn’t. She had some very bitter critics who accused of various things, demonstrating that it’s almost impossible to make everyone happy.
People in politics will always have enemies no matter how much they are doing a good job. There will always be controversy and continuing battlers and the presence of social networking has opened up a universe of spiteful messages being sent to so many different people. In this case, it was Sanders’ being harshly criticized and being the better man.