Sean Spicer mocked for tweet suggesting people who vote against him on 'Dancing With the Stars' are discounting Christ: 'The grift of victimhood'

Sean Spicer mocked for tweet suggesting people who vote against him on 'Dancing With the Stars' are discounting Christ: 'The grift of victimhood'
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Former Trump White House press secretary Sean Spicer made his premiere performance on “Dancing With the Stars” Monday night, and was widely mocked for his outfit – and his dancing:


And while those can be dismissed as a pathetic attempt to gain attention – and clients for his public relations businesses – his pandering for votes to “own the libs” and to (supposedly) glorify God cannot.

Monday night former GOP governor Mike Huckabee (coincidentally father to Spicer’s successor) took to Twitter to tell conservatives to vote for “good guy” Sean Spicer.

Spicer responded, saying that a vote for him is a vote for Jesus. Literally.

Rather than blame his dancing skills, or lack thereof, Spicer preemptively blamed the judges, and added some religious pandering: “Let’s send a message to #Hollywood that those of us who stand for #Christ won’t be discounted.”

Many on Twitter were not having it.

Journalist Soledad O’Brien’s tweet spread quickly:

Here’s what others are saying too:

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