I’d be startled if they stopped.

Courtesy of Mediaite

Sanders made her debut as a Fox analyst Friday morning during an appearance on Fox & Friends.

Co-host Steve Doocy reminded Sanders of the time she was ejected from a restaurant in Virginia called The Red Hen (over the Trump administration’s child separation policy) (Doocy didn’t bring up that part), noting “I think that impacted their business for a little while.”

“Are you still taking heat when you go out to eat?” Doocy asked.

“You know, it usually depends on where I am in the country,” Sanders said, adding that “Back home in Arkansas, things have so far been pretty easy and very welcoming.”

“What about here in New York City?” Doocy asked.

“I haven’t been asked to leave any restaurant, thankfully, but every once in a while you always, you know, you have somebody who comes up to say something nasty to you,” Sanders said.

“Like what?” Doocy asked.

“What I always find interesting is, 99 percent of the people that come over to say something negative and to attack you are women,” she continued, adding “And I find that very startling from a, you know, group of people that claim to be the champions of women empowerment.”

“I am only the third woman and the first mom to ever be the White House press secretary, and yet women attack me relentlessly, instead of, you know, being proud that we have more women doing those types of jobs,” Sanders said.

I am not a woman but I would venture to guess that women typically resent it when one of their own gets an important opportunity and then proceeds to embarrass the entire gender. 

(As a white American male I am now innoculated against embarrassment, since it happens almost hourly these days.)

Sarah Huckabee Sanders lied to the American people repeatedly while in her position as White House Press Secretary, and also provided cover for one of the most misogynistic men to ever enter politics. 

Of course most women hate her. 

But hey if it makes her feel any better most men can’t stand her either.