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FIRESTORM: After Reporter Calls Gen. Kelly a “Racist,” Sarah Response Silences the Room

White House Press Secretary cannot seem to catch a break.

This time around, aggravating liberals pushed Sanders to defend the White House staffers, who were labeled as racists. The comments came after a left-inspired ad surfaced, in light of Virginia’s gubernatorial race.

Sanders did not shy away from explaining Chief of Staff John Kelly’s recent interview remarks, where he noted the Civil War initially commenced since both sides didn’t find common grounds. Sanders elaborated how history is unchangeable just because we’re not keen on some facts:

‘And to try to create something and push a narrative that simply doesn’t exist is just frankly outrageous and absurd. I think the fact that we keep trying to drive, the media continues to want to make this and push that this is some sort of a racially charged and divided White House, frankly the only people I see stoking political racism right now are the people in the groups that are running ads like the one you saw taking place in Virginia earlier this week.”

“That’s the type of thing that I think really is a problem. And I think it is absurd and disgraceful full to try to keep making comments and take them out of context and mean something they don’t,” she added.

The and in question was one contemplated by the left-based group Latino Victory Fund, illustrating a Republican driving a pickup truck with the Confederate flag waving. Worst of all, the man is showcasing chasing minors down the street.

Catch a glimpse at the full video below:

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