Social media light up after restaurant dissed Sarah Huckabee Sanders


Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) explained on CNN's "State of the Union" she believes Sanders needs to be investigated over the tweet.

The former ethics chief in the Obama administration says White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders broke federal ethics rules with her viral tweet on Saturday. I really do. But, this tone is disgusting.

This followed by a few days the very public heckling of two architects of that border policy, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller, at Washington restaurants.

Sanders could have posted her Red Hen statement to her personal Twitter account and would have been in compliance.

"The increasing personal nastiness toward people who work for President Trump reflects the left's understanding that they are losing", Gingrich said in a tweet. Helfrich said in his post.

"I genuinely no longer understand if the Democrats are aware that they are seeking to serve the American people", Owens said. "I explained that the restaurant has certain standards that I feel it has to uphold, such as honesty, and compassion, and cooperation".

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After she arrived and saw Sanders and company dining on a cheese board, she halted the workers in the kitchen, who were preparing the party's main course, to ask them how they felt. It's a mystery Maxine Waters thanks members of Sessions's church for writing immigration policy complaint Maxine Waters to Giuliani: I join Yankees fans in saying 'BOO!' MORE (D-Calif.) called on her supporters to continue confronting Trump officials in public.

Since the incident the Yelp page for The Red Hen has been inundated with one and five star reviews from people on both sides of the political spectrum, bringing the restaurant's score down to 2.5 stars.

She added that Lexington is a small blue town that voted against Trump. She cited several reasons, including the concerns of several restaurant employees who were gay and knew Sanders had defended Trump's desire to bar transgender people from the military.

Wilkinson said that she talked to Sanders privately and that Sanders's response was immediate: "That's fine".

Imagine this scenario for a moment: You own a restaurant called the Red Hen, you're minding your own business, and you wake up one day to a torrent of vicious online rants directed against your establishment-not because of something it did, but because it happens to share the same name of an unaffiliated restaurant embroiled in controversy.