White House Spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders is known for her ability to smack down liberal nonsense with eloquence.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders

Her current response to a question regarding DACA from a liberal reporter is definitely no exception. Not only did Sarah Huckabee Sanders liken the intelligence of the reporter to that of a middle school aged child, she did so while also explaining the importance of having members of congress who poses an actual backbone.


White House Spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders called out a liberal reporter today when he asked a question about DACA: “I learned that in 8th grade!”

She went on to say that it’s the job of Congress to step up on immigration reform:

“With all due respect, the American people elected Congress to do tough things. For those in Congress who can’t do the heavy lifting, they should get out of the way and let someone in who can do the work”.

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DACA is an American immigration policy presented by the Obama administration and stands for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. Although no one believes children should suffer at the hands of their parents illegal decisions that doesn’t negate the fact the the illegal immigrant population in America is out of control and some hard decisions need to be made. Congress has a job to make America and its citizens the top priority and if that means having a stricter policy regarding illegal children then so be it.

The Obama administration successfully decreased any and all proper procedures surrounding the acceptance of immigrants in order to present a more ‘open’ border policy. That policy has failed and continues to fail everyday that Congress allows illegals the necessary loopholes to continue flooding the country and crippling our economy in the process.

In order to make America great again it is vital that the American government puts more emphasis on its own citizens wellbeing and stop the impossibility of helping the entire world.

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