One of the most famous figures in the administration of former President Donald Trump is set to return to public office on a strong note – and that means big trouble for the Biden administration.
Former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, running for governor in her hometown of Arkansas, received critical endorsement last week from Republicans in Razorback State, while a strong opponent. potential for the GOP nomination has withdrawn from the race, Fox News reported.
In one of the reddest places in the country, that means Sanders could have a smooth road to the governor’s mansion in Little Rock.
Sanders, who announced her candidacy in January, secured the endorsement of current Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson (who faces term limits), two state senators, Tom Cotton and John Boozman, and all four congressmen, French Hill, Steve Womack, Rick Crawford and Bruce Westerman. . All of these officials are Republicans.
Meanwhile, Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge on Tuesday dropped out of the race, according to Fox, smoothing the path for Sanders to run in a state that has proven to be a trusted Republican in the Republican Party. past two decades.
Former President Donald Trump beat President Joe Biden more 27 points in 2020 and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton almost equal in 2016.
Former President Bill Clinton, who defeated Senator Bob Dole in 1996, was the last Democrat to win the state’s presidential election.
Sanders’ father, Fox News contributor Mike Huckabee, served as governor from 1996 to 2007.
Sanders is an iconic force in Trump’s White House. National conservatives will effectively remember she squared against the media’s intent to bring down Trump.
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All things considered, she will most likely be the next governor of Arkansas. And that’s bad news for Joe Biden.
She will replace Hutchinson, who, despite being a Republican, is not considered entirely trustworthy by conservatives.
For example, he quickly accepted Biden as the winner on November 15, amid allegations of election fraud.
In April, he drew the ire of conservatives when he vetoed an anti-transgender healthcare bill that would “block doctors from providing medical care to transgender youth”. such as puberty blockers, hormone therapy, and transgender surgery,” according to a report in Hill. (Trumpet even branded him a “RINO” – Republican Party in the Name – to move.)
The legislature has denied the veto.
In contrast to Hutchinson’s lukewarm support of Trump, the fiercely pro-Trump Sanders will counter the Biden administration’s unconstitutional plot to turn America into a socialist country.
The opposition to his agenda that Biden currently faces from Republican governors like Rick DeSantis of Florida, Gregg Abbott of Texas and Governor-elect of Virginia Glenn Youngkin is sure to add. power if and when Sarah Sanders joins the mix.
As press secretary, Sanders walks into the White House briefing room every day to confront a barrage of hostile reporters who hate the president she represents.
The harsh and aggressive treatment of Sanders by the White House press team was unprecedented in any previous administration. The respectful media knows no boundaries.
On social media, they will criticize her weight, outfit and other aspects of her appearance in a way that they would never do if she were a Democrat.
Comedian Michelle Wolf performed at the 2018 White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Guardians reported that when Sanders sat just a few feet away, Wolf said, “I really enjoyed Sarah. I think she is very resourceful. But she burns the truth and then she uses that ashes to create a perfect smokey eye [a reference to Sanders’ eye makeup]. Like maybe she was born with it, maybe those were lies. Maybe those were lies.”
Sanders handled the moment of horror gracefully. And Wolf has faced condemnation from both sides of the aisle for his cruelty.
The insults don’t end in the briefing room. Ordinary Americans believe that every word they hear from the old media will verbally attack her in public. NS most memorable incident happened in June 2018. Sanders was having dinner with family in Lexington, Virginia, when a restaurant co-owner asked her to leave.
This woman told washington articles that she spoke to her staff about Sanders’ presence before kicking her out. “Tell me what you want me to do. I can ask her to leave. They say, ‘yes.’
If there is even a hint of the abuse this woman has endured for nearly two years at the hands of “elite” journalists who have spent their time convincing Americans that Trump is a Russian agent, that she perfected the art of fighting the libertarians. Additionally, Sanders has insider knowledge of how leverage works.
If she wins governor, she will be in a position to possibly block at least some of the Biden administration’s progressive agenda.
Last we checked, the US operates like a federal government.
As described by UShistory.org, website of Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia:
“In the federal system, power is shared by the national and state governments. The Constitution designates some powers to be the domain of the central government, and others to be reserved for the state governments.
Less than a year into office, leftists in the Biden administration have tried too often Violate powers of the states. If we have enough Republican governors who are willing to fight them at every turn, we can prevent them from achieving at least the worst of their goals.
A Sanders victory would be a win for all Americans.
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