SARAH SANDERS STUNNED AFTER SHE GETS KICKED OUT OF RESTAURANT WHEN OWNER REFUSED TO SERVE HER

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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders should be shamed for the rest of her life over the lies she’s told in order to cover up for a corrupt administration. Well, that happened when Sanders decided to go out to dinner with guests, presumably her family members who are totally OK with her complicity. A Virginia restaurant refused to serve the press secretary and her guests over the owner’s “moral convictions” and that seems appropriate since the White House lacks a moral compass.

Jaike Foley-Schultz, who claimed on social media that he is a waiter at the Lexington, Virginia restaurant “The Red Hen,” said that his boss kicked out Sarah Sanders and her 7 family members.

“I just served Sarah huckabee sanders for a total of 2 minutes before my owner kicked her out along with 7 of her other family members…” he wrote.

The director of Clean Virginia shared the post on Twitter, along with a handwritten note that appears to be from the restaurant which reads, “86 – Sara Huckabee Sanders.”

“86” is restaurant slang for getting rid of something, ejecting someone, or refusing service. The tweet went viral.

Because it’s the Internet, Yelp and Facebook reviews poured in from both sides of the aisle.

“If you are a whining liberal feel free to eat here, if you are a TRUE AMERICAN stay away,” one Facebook user wrote, while another wrote: “Thank you for not serving that liar.”

It’s interesting that refusing to serve Ms. Liar Pants has triggered Trump supporters, the same people who are from the fuck your feelings party. The same people who are against political correctness. The same people who would side with a baker if he or she refused to serve a gay couple.

By the way, the White House hasn’t held a press briefing since Monday, which coincides with the newest Trump administration scandal: putting children in cages. I wonder what kind of reviews the children might give the internment centers they’ve been held in.

 
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