It seems that we cannot get through a day without hearing about another triggered liberal.
If we are not hearing them complain on social media platforms we are forced to listen to them in the news and on campaign trails.
Sadly, these snowflake liberals are everywhere, including the press as we have seen day after day.
These triggered individuals endlessly mock and attempt to bully President Trump and his staff but they are no shrinking violets.
In fact, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders knows how to handle these whiny liberals in the best way possible.
When CNN’s Jim Acosta went into a full-on meltdown complaining that the Daily Caller only asked “softball questions” on Tuesday, Sanders made sure to take full advantage of another Acosta temper tantrum and was hysterical.
Here is more from Daily Caller:
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders used Twitter to troll Jim Acosta with some history after the CNN White House correspondent accused a Daily Caller reporter of asking “softball questions” at a presidential press conference Tuesday.
“Dear Diary…#BestWeekEver,” Sanders wrote.
The clip, originally tweeted by The Blaze’s Jason Howerton, at first showed Acosta criticizing the questions that Daily Caller White House Correspondent Saagar Enjeti asked President Donald Trump. But instead of stopping there, it provided a flashback to questions that Acosta asked former President Barack Obama, including queries about his “best week ever” and “what hard things” he wanted “to tackle” at that point.
— Jason Howerton (@jason_howerton) March 19, 2019
“The question was asked in a way that really teed it up like a game of tee-ball here in the Rose Garden,” Acosta said of Enjeti’s question. “The president was just sort of served up a softball there when he was asked whether or not the Democrats are advancing a lot of socialist ideas.”
During the joint press conference, Enjeti had asked Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro how relations with his country would be if the United States elected a “socialist” in 2020. He later asked Trump two other questions: one about some Democrats wanting to add seats to the Supreme Court and another about Republican California Rep. Devin Nunes’ lawsuit against Twitter and making social media companies “liable for the content” on their platforms.