Sarah Huckabee Sanders paints a dark picture of Biden’s America

Governor of Arkansas Sarah Huckabee Sanders plans to denounce ‘radical-left America’ in her response to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union Address Tuesday, according to an excerpt released ahead of the speech.

“Washington will tax you and set your hard-earned money on fire, but you will be crushed by high gas prices, empty grocery shelves, and our children will hate each other because of their race. But we can’t love each other or love us…a great nation,” Huckabee would say, according to an earlier comment.

“Every day we are told that we must participate in their ceremonies, salute their national flags, worship their false idols … Meanwhile, big governments are colluding with Big Tech to ensure that It’s stripping you of the most American thing in the world: your free speech,” she said. Continue. “It’s not normal. It’s crazy, it’s wrong.”

Sanders, who took office last month, was former President Donald Trump’s press secretary. After Sanders, the daughter of former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, left the White House in 2019, Trump encouraged her to run for governor.

Being chosen to deliver a response to the State of the Union Address is considered both an honor and a some past attempts become a famous flop.

Nonetheless, the mandate often lists 2024 presidential candidate Sen. Tim Scott, R. Sanders — the youngest governor in the country — as a potential vice-presidential candidate.

within hours of taking officeSanders signed presidential decree Ban the word “Latinx” from official use in state governments. She also issued an order banning schools in Arkansas from teaching critical racial theories.

“[T]The Biden administration seems more concerned with waking fantasies than with the harsh realities that Americans face every day,” Huckabee said Tuesday night. “Most Americans live in freedom and peace. We want to live our lives in , but we are under attack in a left-wing culture war that we didn’t start and we didn’t want to fight.”

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