All Hell broke lose this week after White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders allowed a reporter into her office for a tour. The reporter noticed one strange item in Sanders’ office that left liberals everywhere triggered, and now we know why it is there.
Mad World News reported that Fox News reporter Janice Dean spotted a bottle of whiskey on a shelf in Sanders’ office.
“We saw a bottle of whiskey, which you might need,” Fox host Ainsley Earhardt pointed out to Sanders.
Knowing that liberals would love to accuse her of drinking on the job, Sanders fired back with a smart answer.
“I’d like to remind everybody that was a sealed bottle. It has not been opened,” Sanders said.
The specific bottle that was on Sanders’ shelf was “Warrior Whiskey,” which is made by a Navy SEAL veteran and a portion of the proceeds go to veteran charities. The whiskey company’s website states, “Steamboat Whiskey Company Founder and Head Distiller Nathan Newhall is a former U. S. Navy SEAL. Nathan wanted to give back to veterans in a meaningful way so he developed Warrior Whiskey as a military tribute product. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of Warrior Whiskey go directly to vetted U.S. veteran support organizations so they may continue the important work helping America’s fighting heroes. This quarter we are donating to the Navy Seal Fund.”
This comes days after Sanders eviscerated liberal reporter April Ryan for calling President Donald Trump “un-American.”
“I think its un-American not to be excited about the fact that more people in this country have jobs than they did before, the fact that more people in this country have higher wages than they did before, the fact that the economy is booming like it wasn’t before, the fact that ISIS is being crushed like it wasn’t before,” she flatly answered. “These are things that I don’t care what party you are from, these are things that every American should be excited about and be able to celebrate.”
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