Jennifer Rubin: Sarah Sanders Needs A ‘Life Sentence’ Of Being Made ‘Uncomfortable’
MSNBC contributor Jennifer Rubin said on Sunday that White House press secretary Sarah Sanders should be made to feel uncomfortable — for life.
“Don’t play defense. Play offense. Frankly, the next time that Sarah Huckabee Sanders or the president starts in with ‘fake news’ or ‘enemy of the people,’ I would suggest one of two things: either the entire press core walk out of the briefing room — why should they put on air a coded word to every nut case in America to come after them? So, get up and leave. Or, in unison, holler back. They sit there. They take it. They record it. ‘We have to be there. We have to let them say their peace.’ No, you don’t. Your lives are all in danger. Your lives are on the line.” Rubin said. (RELATED: Jennifer Rubin Melts Down, Asks If People Against Amnesty Are ‘Raised By Wolves’ [VIDEO])
She later said, “So it’s perfectly civil to do that; no one’s telling them to be violent protesters, but we’re not going to let these people go through life unscathed. Sarah Huckabee has no right to live a life of no fuss, no muss, after lying to the press — after inciting against the press. These people should be made uncomfortable, and, I think that’s a life sentence frankly.”