Sarah Huckabee Sanders Gives Best SOTU Response in Modern History

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If you just listened to the first 10 or 20 minutes of President Joe Biden’s rambling State of the Union speech on Tuesday, there was plenty to loathe — although it was a pretty pro forma affair.

The quick version: Spending. Infrastructure. Spending. Infrastructure. Spending. Manufacturing. Spending. Inflation isn’t my fault. Spending. Tax the rich. Spending. Spending. Lots and lots of spending.

The stuff you really weren’t going to like was loaded toward the end of the speech, where most Americans likely figured they’d heard all they would hear from the president. That’s when he addressed Ukraine, the border crisis, the amorphous “threat to democracy” that Republicans pose, and a plea to pass legislation that would federalize the right to abortion on demand and to allow transgender therapies and procedures to be performed on minors.

That’s why, if you want a decent summation of what you may have missed, Arkansas GOP Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders summed it up quite nicely in what may be the best State of the Union response ever given: “The dividing line in America is no longer between right or left. The choice is between normal or crazy.”

Sanders’ 15-minute speech highlighted what Biden’s address played down: The radical agenda of the American left in 2023.

“Whether Joe Biden believes this madness or is simply too weak to resist it, his administration has been completely hijacked by the radical left,” Sanders said.

“The dividing line in America is no longer between right or left. The choice is between normal or crazy.”

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