Republican C-SPAN Caller Suggests Someone Will 'Burn' Down the Restaurant That Asked Sarah Sanders to Leave

The Right Wing

A C-SPAN caller from Virginia said on Monday that someone might burn down the Red Hen, a restaurant that asked White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders to leave when she visited over the weekend.

“What did you think about her being asked to leave in the first place?” host Pedro Echevarria asked.

“Like I said, I think she should be happy,” the Republican caller identified as Frank replied. “You’ve got stupid garden implements like the woman that owns [the Red Hen] and like [California Democratic Congresswoman] Maxine Waters. It’s crazy that people like that are ever put in any kind of authority.”

Frank's insults turned from expected political flamethrowing to something much more sinister.

“Please keep us informed on what happens to that restaurant in case somebody decides to burn it down for her,” Frank concluded.

The visibly surprised host quickly moved on after the call was seemingly dropped.

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