Everybody’s going crazy over President Trump’s tweet about MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski’s face lift. Was the remark truly sexist? Does making a remark about a woman mean that a man is misogynistic? Deputy White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders had to face the angry press to explain the President’s tweet.
Huckabee Sanders pointed out that everyone knew what the President was like before he was elected. Why should he be any different now? That’s why he’s liked by so many people.
President Trump is a fighter, and he will fight back. We all know that! Why do people act so shocked and surprised when he does?
Huckabee Sanders went on to point out a few things that the mainstream media has neglected to talk about. She reminded everyone that MSNBC has mocked more than just the President. And it’s not just MSNBC, that goes for all of the mainstream media.
How many times have they mocked the way Kellyanne Conway looks? Anyone remember when SNL made fun of Sanders’ weight? Mainstream media gets away with mocking women who support Donald Trump 24/7, and they’re NEVER accused of being sexist. But President Trump makes one comment about Mika’s face-lift, and he’s a he-man woman hater for all of eternity.
Seriously, if a man drives a truck once, does that make him a truck driver?
Chicks on the Right reports:
I get it. Sarah Huckabee Sanders has to defend President Trump, so I was interested to see how she would respond to today’s questions regarding his tweets on Low I.Q. Crazy Mika’s face-lift.
Her response was great. She basically said that everyone knew Trump was like this before they elected him. That’s why people like him. He fights back. But she also made another valid point that will likely slip under the radar: MSNBC has mocked more than just Trump.