Once upon a time a lady named Sarah wanted to go out to dinner.  She decided to eat at the Little Red Hen’s restaurant.  The Little Red Hen was staffed by the better, kinder, smarter sort of people who knew that Sarah was in league with Satan, and they told Sarah they didn’t want her to eat at their restaurant.  Sarah quietly left.

The End

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders decided to partake of a ritual enjoyed by people across the world. She went out to dinner with her family. Refreshingly, she didn’t choose a chain restaurant, but went to a local joint known as the Red Hen.

Where she was refused service because she had the poor judgement to work for Donald Trump. Concerned waitstaff called the owner, who dashed right over. Per The Washington Post, the hapless Chicken Controller had “…managed to stay in business for 10 years by keeping politics off the menu.”  Which sounds reasonably sane. But wait, it turns out the owner had special knowledge. “And she knew — she believed — that Sarah Huckabee Sanders worked in the service of an ‘inhumane and unethical’ administration. That she publicly defended the president’s cruelest policies, and that that could not stand.”

Sorry, I just need a moment to compose myself. I mean… the courage it took to expel Eva Braun from your café. The Hen-meister had to know the Gestapo would there in minutes. She must even now be fearing the jackboots at her door. Yet… she persisted.

What did that servant of darkness do when confronted by the righteous might of a Fowl Shop in high dudgeon?

She left. “Sanders went back to the table, picked up her things and walked out.”

Of course, the usual crowing is going on about the laudable actions of the brave bistro owner:

That’s not an unexpected response from someone who styles themselves a “de-motivational speaker” and a model (that is, puts on other people’s clothing and is photographed in them. For a living). However, Jennifer Rubin (token House Conservative at The Washington Post) weighed in with this pungent take: “… it is not altogether a bad thing to show those who think they’re exempt from personal responsibility that their actions bring scorn, exclusion and rejection. If you don’t want to provoke wrath, don’t continue to work for someone whose cruel and inhumane treatment of others rivals the internment of U.S. citizens and noncitizens of Japanese descent during World War II” (by the way, a Google search for “Jennifer Rubin shunning Barack Obama” returned zero useful hits, to no one’s surprise).

And, lest we forget what a principled badass she is, Jen assures us “And yes, I’d have hollered at then-California Attorney General Earl Warren, who pushed for the roundup of people of Japanese ancestry, even American citizens.”

First George (“Vote Democrat”) Will, and now Jen Rubin siding with the modern left’s secular Muttwahs (with conservatives like this, who has to worry about the commies?). In Islamic countries, Muttwahs are the purity police, tasked with identifying and punishing violators of correct living. Their power is declining in Saudia Arabia, for example, but increasing in America, where hounding prominent conservative women from the public sphere is increasingly acceptable and applauded. See this from the ever-dependable font of Feminism-Today (not what we said Feminism was yesterday, what we are saying Feminism is today!), Jessica Valenti:

The fact is that Sarah Sanders was consistent in the things she supported (i.e., “Vendors can do service with whom they choose and not be forced to violate their conscience or sacred beliefs”). Restaurant owner stated her preference and Sarah Sanders accepted the preference. It kind of takes the cake that Liberals and Feminists especially (but I’m repeating myself) don’t notice the principled consistency of the Press Secretary.

The only good thing to come out of this sorry, shabby event: how much fun it is going to be to explain to the wailing Liberals (and Jessica “My bitch face never rests” Valenti will be among them) why Donald Trump was re-elected in 2020 in a landslide. Little stories like this will be part of the reason.

Enjoy the best years of our lives, Jessica.


Image sources: Nazi Posterhen


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Roy M. “griff” Griffis

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