https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqdEI3NNpGcSanders left her job as White House Press Secretary in July and has since allowed as how she told some minor fibs for the President. Her leaving brought upon me a sense of great loss and despair. I should not have been concerned, however. Sarah Sanders was shortly replaced by one Stephanie Grisham. While not as loquacious as the motor mouth Sanders, Grisham is proving no less entertaining when she speaks, which she rarely does from the podium. In those rare instances we are immensely rewarded. Besides the above, there is this from today.
Stephanie Grisham @PressSec“Let us hope that fairness will prevail” a laughable quote from @SenSchumer this AM….after the dems release an “impeachment report” in the middle of the night. Thankfully the people of this country continue to see the partisan sham that this is.
7:17 AM · Dec 16, 2019Twitter for iPhone
I like it when somebody defending President Trump employs words like “sham” and also “hoax” and “fake.” It is irony in its abject form. Specifically, Lady, you want to see “sham” and “hoax” and “fake?” Then turn around Look at the man standing behind you—the person you hired on to protect and to shield him from public recrimination. It may be time for self assessment.
Before going into work each morning you need to stand in front of a full-length mirror and recite to yourself your daily task. You need to remind yourself you are prepared to lie and then to double down on lies of all manner.But be aware and do not make the mistake Sarah Sanders did. Just because your job title involves standing before the press corps and parceling out tidbits of information, do this to the smallest degree possible. Facing an inquisitive and skeptical press, as Sanders mistakenly did, can be erosive. She appeared to grasp toward the end this process can beat one down. Being constantly contradicted by fact and evidence has a wilting effect on the human psyche.
However, do keep tweeting. You do that, and I will keep writing. If there is one thing I enjoy more than a fool who is never right it is a liar who is never wrong.