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“Destroyed Every Single Thing They Have Touched”, Sarah Sanders Puts Biden On Notice As She’s Elected As First Female Governor of Arkansas

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One person who has certainly flown under the radar has been Trump’s former press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

The laconic daughter of former Arkansas Governor and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee is currently celebrating her ascendance to governor elect of Arkansas as of yesterday. Now, she is going off on President Joe Biden.

She accused him as well as the entire Dem Party of “destroying every single thing” they have touched.

Having already cruised to victory in Arkansas and making the shortlist for Trump’s VP. Trump will have a good field of strong female leaders at the state level should he want to go that route. 

It is now being reported by Fox News that:

Arkansas gubernatorial candidate Sarah Huckabee Sanders (R) lambasted President Biden and Democrats in her final pitch to voters Tuesday, accusing them of “destroying every single thing” they have touched while giving Republicans an optimistic prediction of what to expect from midterm results.

“Joe Biden and his team and the House Democrats and the Senate [Democrats] have literally destroyed every single thing they have touched,” she told “Fox & Friends.”

“That is why there is so much excitement to see Republicans take back the House, to see Republicans take back the Senate, and to take over the 36 governor’s races across the country today,” she added.

Fox News went on to report that:

Sanders’ attack followed her claim that Biden should “leave before the midterms” since Republicans across the U.S. are capitalizing on his “failed policies” in an effort to win overwhelmingly in Tuesday’s elections.

“If I was him, I’d be running out of town too,” she said. 

Sanders followed up on rampant criticism Biden has received for setting the expectation that he will not address the press after the elections are over, arguing that the reluctance speaks volumes about what voters can expect to witness Tuesday.

Sanders has been out for Biden for sometime. In fact, it was reported by Politico as far back as 2019 that:

The former chief spokesman for President Donald Trump, tweeted an apology to Joe Biden Thursday night after mocking the former vice president’s reference to stuttering at the sixth Democratic presidential debate.

“I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I hhhave absolutely no idea what Biden is talking about. #DemDebate,” the former White House press secretary wrote in a now-deleted tweet during the PBS NewsHour/POLITICO debate. Biden had just referenced talking with a “little kid who says I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-I can’t talk, what do I do?”

Sanders’ comment, which appeared to mock a speech impediment Biden has struggled with throughout his life, triggered an eruption of angry responses on Twitter.

Politico went on to report that:

“To be clear was not trying to make fun of anyone with a speech impediment,” she tweeted in an attempt to defend her initial comment. “Simply pointing out I can’t follow much of anything Biden is talking about.”

Biden‘s Twitter account then acknowledged the swipe, quote-tweeting Sanders shortly after the debate saying, “I’ve worked my whole life to overcome a stutter. And it’s my great honor to mentor kids who have experienced the same. It’s called empathy. Look it up.”

Sanders quickly backtracked, deleting her previous tweets and responding, “I actually didn’t know that about you and that is commendable. I apologize and should have made my point respectfully.”

Biden’s stutter has gained widespread attention in recent months after comments about his debate performances. He has referenced it in interviews about Trump since the summer and, in a widely read interview released by The Atlantic last month, Biden detailed his childhood stutter and how it affected him growing up.

High school bullying aside, it has been a great week for Sanders so far. We reported back in May that Sanders has won the vote as Arkansas Governor last night around 9pm EST. Sarah Huckabee Sanders was the former press secretary to President Donald Trump.

This is a big win for not only the nation, but specifically the people of Arkansas. A trusted republican can now be in office and support the (hopefully) incoming President Trump in 2024.

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