When someone shows you who they are, believe them.
Especially if that ‘someone’ is a supposed news outlet, like the Washington Post.
Is it just us or do they seem like a bunch of spoiled, rotten, big-a*s babies writing something like this about Sarah Sanders now that they know she’s almost done and they won’t have to answer to her for it?
— Elisha (@ElishaKrauss) June 14, 2019
If Sarah had a D behind her name she’d be considered one of the bravest, toughest, and most hard-working press secretaries in the history of press secretary-dom. But since she’s an evil Republican who works for even more evil Trump, guess that means she’s fair game to the petty, small-minded angry little journos who had their backsides handed to themselves time and time again by her.
Candace Owens perhaps defended Sarah best of all:
Whoever said “the future is female” clearly hasn’t checked out the Washington Post’s despicable review of Sarah Sanders.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) June 15, 2019
What she said.
Well considering it's wapo, she never was their go to girl. Part of msm that has done nothing but belittle both her and @POTUS
— Barbara L (@lottieb46) June 16, 2019
Wapo is a waste of time. I wouldn't read them if you paid me
— InTheField (@JustOneTulip) June 16, 2019
This is disgusting. @washingtonpost is afraid of a strong, intelligent woman who never allowed herself to be bullied by them.
— Socialism Kills (@WendyDamron) June 16, 2019
— Clara (@claramanoucheka) June 15, 2019
True, not allowed to be a strong conservative woman. Have to tow the leftist line or else. That sounds like freedom, right? ?♀️
— CarolAnne (@she_fights) June 15, 2019
Notice they never used the term gaslighting to describe what Jussie Smolette did.
— Rob Artigo (@RobArtigo) June 15, 2019
— David Koch (@DavetheKraut) June 16, 2019
Keep speaking truth Candace! Sarah has been an excellent role model and I’ve never been more proud of a woman in such a high profile job❤️
— Debra Beagell Deyo (@DebraDeyo) June 15, 2019
Which is probably why WaPo hates her.
Sad, ain’t it?