Sean Spicer Gets Special Hate Treatment During Book Tour. [VIDEO]

Sean Spicer Gets Special Hate Treatment During Book Tour. [VIDEO]

Sean Spicer Gets Special Hate Treatment During Book Tour. [VIDEO]

Sean Spicer is no longer President Trump’s press secretary. He doesn’t face the hostile media anymore on behalf of his boss. So he wrote a book called The Briefing, about his experiences in the White House, and then did what every other famous author does — make public appearances and sign books. But even in private life he gets no peace; in fact he just got accused of hurling racial slurs.

That particular incident happened in Middleton, Rhode Island, when Spicer was signing books in a bookstore. A black man named Alex Lombard was also there when he saw Spicer and yelled across the crowd:

“Sean, I was a day student at [Portsmouth] Abbey, too, with you.”

Spicer looked up and seemed to recognize the man, but you know how those things often go. Even if you don’t remember someone, you sure aren’t going admit it, especially in front of a crowd of people.

Lombard played on that recognition, feigned or not. He continued with this:

“You don’t remember that you tried to fight me? But you called me a [n-word] first.”

Security hustled Lombard away, who continued to yell:

“I was 14 then. I was a scared kid then, Sean. I’m not scared to fight you now.”

Here’s how that book signing in RI went down:

You know what? I’m calling BS on the racial slur accusation. Why? First of all, because this seems to be the latest modus operandi for progressive hacks: crying “racist” to destroy people they hate. Ask John Schnatter of Papa John’s Pizza about that.

Secondly, this isn’t the only time Spicer has encountered trouble on his book tour. A bookstore in Seekonk, MA, cancelled a Saturday book signing “due to the political climate.”

Here I thought that books were all about sharing knowledge and diverse ideas via the printed word. Silly me.

Credit: thedailybeast.com

Moreover, at a Barnes & Noble signing in New York City on Wednesday, a heckler stood up from his seat in the audience and shouted this:

“Hey Sean, you’re a real piece of garbage and I hope you look around and see all these empty seats. And I hope you realize in even in New York City, people will not come and pay money to hear you speak.”

Security led this jerk away, too, but not until he got his last licks in:

“It’s a garbage book and you’re a garbage person. You lied as press secretary, now you’re lying in your books. I’ve read the reviews! The Wall Street Journal called you a liar.“

At least in his hometown of Barrington, RI, Sean Spicer got a warm welcome. Well, somewhat warm, anyway. While the Barrington Bookstore was filled to standing room only capacity, police still had to keep protestors off store property.

So that’s also why I call BS on the racial slur accusation. These people are out to ruin Sean Spicer’s life in any way they can, just like they’ve attacked Sarah Sanders, Spicer’s successor as WH Press Secretary. Or Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, or Elaine Chao, the wife of Sen. Mitch McConnell.

But what’s even more shameful is that Sean Spicer is no longer a player in the Trump administration. He no longer has the capacity to affect anything this administration does. But it doesn’t matter to the progressive haters. Rep. Maxine Waters gave them their marching orders, and Sen. Cory Booker backed up her rhetoric, so like the minions of tyrannies past, leftists are out to demolish anyone who has ever served President Trump.

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3 Comments
  • Skid Marx says:

    Do tell me more about the all inclusive liberal tolerance where all opinions are given equal air time.
    As part of open debate and free exchange of ideas no one will be shouted down or physically attacked.
    There is always a silver lining and now we have the beautiful tiger Sarah H. Sanders as press liaison!

  • GWB says:

    I think you’d have to investigate the guy in RI more to know the truth.
    I love the one in NYC, though. “I read the reviews!” LOL. But you haven’t bothered yourself with the actual book. *smh*

    And, it may be that his book sucks. Or it might be brilliant. (Most likely is somewhere in between.) I don’t care enough to check it out. But, protesting a guy selling his book? Oy.

  • GWB says:

    Oh, also, I’ve always thought the Sean Spicier parody account was a better spokesperson than he was.

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