It is.

It really is:

Er, come again?

“I’ve had the pleasure of knowing the Reverend for many years, and have worked with him from my time in the Clinton administration to my time at Walmart to now,” Burwell said, according to her prepared remarks.

After quoting Martin Luther King Jr., Burwell added, “Reverend Sharpton has spent his life fighting for what’s right, no matter how challenging. I want to thank you for your courage, tenacity and persistence.”

Oh please!


That’s more like it.

(h/t @lehorn)



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