Sarah Huckabee Sanders Got Kicked Out Of A Restaurant After The Owner Refused To Serve Her

Wow, it sure is getting tough to be a supporter of the the most openly racist modern president.

Recently, Trump administration officials have been going out on the town—and regretting it. Kirstjen Nielsen had the audacity to go to a D.C. Mexican restaurant, but didn’t even get to snack on her tableside guacamole before being beset by protesters who shamed her right through the front door.

Protestors, angry at the administration’s monstrous kid-changing policy, chanted things like “If kids don’t eat in peace, you don’t eat in peace,” and “No borders! No walls! Sanctuary for all!” and “Shame! Shame! Shame!”

Racist sh*tstain and one of the architects of of the family separation policy, Stephen Miller, was heckled at a Mexican restaurant and called a fascist as well:

“Hey look guys, whoever thought we’d be in a restaurant with a real-life fascist begging money for new cages?” a customer reportedly said to Miller.

Now, Sarah Huckabee Sanders is the latest Trump flunky to feel the sting of a good old fashioned public shunning. While attempting to dine out in the small town of Lexington, Virginia at a restaurant called the Red Hen with her family, Sanders was promptly shown the door. Jaike Foley-Schultz, a server at the Red Hen, posted the news to Facebook:

Ouch, it’s tough losing an 8-top, but something tells me Sanders might not be the most generous tipper.

Brennan Gilmore, director of Clean Virginia (a clean energy advocacy organization) posted the news along with what looks like a to-do list that reads “86 Sarah Huckabee Sanders”:

“86” is restaurant/bar slang for showing someone the door/getting rid of something (or running out of something).

Sarah Huckabee Sanders has been AWOL recently, evidently not wanting to field tough questions about the White House’s cruel family separation policy. DHS Secretary Nielsen was flown in from Louisiana to conduct a delayed briefing on Monday, but there have been no press briefings since then.