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Sarah Huckabee Sanders is All Class As She Faces Public Discrimination…Here’s What Happened

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders has quickly become one of the best-loved members of the Trump administration for her relentless tenacity and press as she faces the shark tank of unfriendly reporters in the White House briefing room each week.

While she’s definitely been known to get a few zingers in when reporters like Jim Acosta and April Ryan push her a little too hard, but she still never stoops to their level, and always remains polite and courteous in the way she conducts her briefings.

So it was no surprise that when she and her family were recently asked to leave a Washington DC area restaurant, she politely complied and took to Twitter to explain that, no matter how she is treated, she always does her best to treat others with respect.

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“Last night I was told by the owner of Red Hen in Lexington, VA to leave because I work for @POTUS and I politely left,” she wrote. “Her actions say far more about her than about me. I always do my best to treat people, including those I disagree with, respectfully and will continue to do so.”

The co-owner of the Virginia restaurant Red Hen, Stephanie Wilkinson, who was the one to ask Sanders to leave, explained her side of the story to the Washington Post this week.

“I’m not a huge fan of confrontation,” she said. “I have a business, and I want the business to thrive.”

“This feels like the moment in our democracy when people have to make uncomfortable actions and decisions to uphold their morals,” she continued, describing the actions of the Trump White House as “inhumane and unethical,” and that, if placed in the same situation, she “would have done the same thing again.”

Wouldn’t it be great if all Americans had the right to do what Wilkinson did? From the bleeding-heart liberal restaurant owner to the Christian baker or photographer. I personally think we should celebrate Wilkinson’s personal liberty–and continue to fight for the liberty of all Americans.

 

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Ed Buck, Big Time Dem Donor, Arrested After Man Overdoes On Meth In His Home

Uh oh….somebody’s in trouble…

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Big Time Democrat donor Ed Buck has been arrested and charged with battery and maintaining a drug house after a third man overdosed on meth at his California home Tuesday evening. The man in question managed to survive the ordeal, but two other men have died under similar circumstances at Buck’s residence in West Hollywood since 2017. However, Buck was not charged in those deaths because the authorities who investigated the incidents claimed there wasn’t enough evidence to arrest him. Here’s more from TheBlaze: The charges against Buck stem from a Sept. 11 incident during which Buck allegedly administered two “dangerously large doses” of methamphetamine to an unidentified 37-year-old man. According to prosecutors, Buck tried to prevent the man from seeking help when he overdosed. The man eventually fled the apartment and called 911. The same man had previously overdosed at Buck’s home on Sept. 4. The accusations against Buck are similar to those made in the deaths of 26-year-old Gemmel Moore and 55-year-old Timothy Dean, adding to the belief that Buck preys on men who are homeless and/or addicts, luring them with promises of shelter and drugs. “From his home, in a position of power, Buck manipulates his victims into participating in his sexual fetishes,” prosecutors said, according to court documents. “These fetishes include supplying and personally administering dangerously large doses of narcotics to his victims. … Not deterred by the senseless deaths of Moore and Dean, the defendant nearly killed a third victim last week.” Prosecutors working the case are seeking $4 million bail for Buck. Buck is facing one count each of battery causing serious injury, administering methamphetamine and maintaining a drug house. If he ends up getting convicted, Buck could be spending up to five years and eight months in prison. Buck has been a pretty…

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Good News: Number Of Abortions Plummets To New All-Time Low Since Roe v. Wade

This is very good news!

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The true Civil Rights issue of the day is not anything to do with color or sexual orientation, but that of the most basic, fundamental right of all: life. Ever since the decision in Roe v. Wade was made, millions of children have died before they even had a chance to experience the joys of life, a crime not only against humanity, but a heinous act of idolatry that has surely brought some of God’s judgment down on our nation. Well, it seems the pro-life crowd finally has some news to celebrate about as a new report indicates that the rate of abortions being performed has dropped significantly since 2011, hitting its lowest since Roe v. Wade in 1973. Here’s more from TheBlaze: According to the liberal Guttmacher Institute, the abortion rate has dropped from more than 1 million in 2011 to 926,000 in 2014 and 862,000 in 2017 — a 20 percent decrease during this seven-year time period. Although pro-life changes on a state level are certainly a step in the right direction, Guttmacher said it believed these new laws were not the driving force behind the drop in abortions. In their words: With the available evidence, it is impossible to pinpoint exactly which factors drove recent declines, and to what degree. However, previous Guttmacher analyses have documented that abortion restrictions, while incredibly harmful at an individual level, were not the main driver of national declines in the abortion rate in the 2008–2011 or 2011–2014 time periods. Much the same appears to hold true for the 2011–2017 timeframe….Rather, the decline in abortions appears to be part of a broader decline in pregnancies, as evidenced by fewer births over the same period. But, while the number of births overall may be dropping, the report also said that the ratio of…

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