Sarah Sanders can see right through the Democrats.
Which is probably why they hate her so much.
Take for example her tweet on their worst fears:
Democrats worst fear is a successful Trump presidency, which is why their attacks have grown increasingly desperate after major victories for the Trump admin on tax cuts, ObamaCare mandate repeal, judges & against ISIS. Economy is booming and 2018 will be a great year for America
— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) January 7, 2018
If Trump is successful it proves them wrong on SO many levels. They so desperately need him to fail, otherwise, they’re going to have to start answering for their own garbage policies that make taxes go up and the economy go down. Accepting that Republican policies work would be the single biggest defeat for the Democrats since Hillary Clinton.
And seriously, check out the replies to Sanders’ tweet. They just proved her right:
my God, could you stop with the nonstop lies and RT propaganda for just 1 day. It's Sunday, shouldn't you be at church repenting?
— Katrina Hagen (@KatrinaHagen2) January 8, 2018
Perhaps Katrina doesn’t understand how Twitter works in that she doesn’t have to view the press secretary’s tweets.
Thank you @BarackObama
— Irish Ape (@cupoftea80) January 7, 2018
No I think Democrats worst fear is a stable genius getting us in a nuclear war to prove his “button” is bigger than everyone else’s button.
— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) January 7, 2018
Considering how wussified the country was under Obama, while we understand Trump’s tweets are disconcerting, we were far more likely to have been attacked before Trump because the world lost a good deal of respect for America after 2008. Bowing to bad guys only makes you look weak.
But we digress.
My biggest fear is how u define success. Gutting whole agencies isn't success. Ignoring rule of law isn't success. Undermining decades of good foreign policy isn't success. Showing no respect 4 anyone that disagrees with u isn't success. So if that's what you mean, then I agree
— Todd Bailey (@ToddKBailey) January 7, 2018
Right? Americans keeping more of their own money and having more choice in their health care decisions are such horrible things.
Excuse us while we roll our eyes, twice.
A successful #Trump presidency means that a savvy businessman w/ no political contacts or allegiances can come in an lead the country. It would mean the ”politician” is obsolete. And that scares BOTH establishments. #truthbomb
— Deplora-Trooper (@BucTrooper) January 7, 2018
Could be SOME truth to this.
Sarah, I am a liberal. As an American citizen I want every president in my lifetime to succeed. DJT has no compassion for the average American. He talks about being transparent but his actions shows he is not. He belittles anyone who disagrees with him.
— Steven P Bowers (@cardnut23) January 7, 2018
Gonna go ahead and call BS on this one, Steven.
But thanks for stopping by.
Wrong. Our worst fear is that Trump’s irrational behavior will continue & worsen: his attacks on the FBI & Justice Department, his threats to free speech. The “tax cut” benefits Trump & other wealthy people tremendously. Check the figures, Sarah. @realDonaldTrump
— Lisa Flynn Scroggins (@LisaFS_CPA) January 7, 2018
You know this one’s a blast at birthday parties.
Politics aren't horse races or games. No one should be rooting for one side over the other, when we're all affected by the outcome.
— Jacob Schantz (@Schantz82) January 7, 2018
Says the same people who spent the last eight years telling Republicans that elections have consequences and if they wanted their policies to pass they should win an election. Oh, and who also threatened to bring a gun to a knife fight.
How quickly and conveniently they forget reality.
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