April Ryan Asks Sarah Sanders About Slavery, Sarah Gives Her Brutal Lesson In US History Emmanuel November 1, 2017 Liberal Agenda, Mainstream Media 1 You Might Like Sarah Huckabee Sanders gives April Ryan a scathing response when continually harassed about racism questions during an open question session with her as the White House spokeswoman. Media questioning constantly returning to the rhetoric of slavery is getting really old and that’s exactly the sentiments Sarah Huckabee Sanders expressed when that line of questioning was all April Ryan had to talk about. To continue and claim President Trump is a racist White supremacist when there is absolutely no truth to support that claim is pathetic, and yet seems to be the only ammunition that liberals have so why not use it at every possible opportunity? Sarah Huckabee Sanders and the rest of the country who don’t buy into liberal BS would really appreciate it if media questions could pertain to legitimate issues instead of complete fabrication. Via Liberty Writers: According to the Gateway Pundit, Ryan started asking Sara Sanders about “compromise as it related to slavery and the civil war” to go after Kelly and Trump for past comments. An annoyed Sarah shot back that she will not relitigate the Civil War. That wasn’t enough for Ryan who then rudely interjected, “Does this administration believe that slavery is wrong?” asked Ryan. Which is what she wanted to ask the whole time. Sanders had had enough and crushed the hapless Ryan with, “I think it is disgusting and absurd to suggest that anyone inside of this building would support slavery.” Watch Here: In heated exchange, Press Sec. Sanders calls it "disgusting and absurd to suggest that anyone inside of this building would support slavery" pic.twitter.com/uMDoSUC5be — ABC News (@ABC) November 1, 2017 One Response Robert November 1, 2017 Sahra just stuck it up her ass big time now we are discussing civil war issues when Islamic terriorist are killing innocent People Reply Leave a Reply to Robert Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.