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Sean Spicer-This is not a dictatorship
by Nathan'ette Burdine: March 27, 2017

On Friday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer had to admit that what White House Staffer Stephen Miller (Little Stevie) has been telling folks about President Donald Trump (Trumpster, Street Corner Donald, The Donald) being the King on the hill is just not true.

You remember Little Stevie? He’s the little fella who wrote the travel ban and who said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” that the travel ban wasn’t going anywhere because, “the powers of the president to protect our country are very substantial and will not be questioned.”

Before the vote on the Health Care bill, Kristen Welker asked Sean Spicer if indeed the “buck” stops with President Donald Trump.

Spicer responded, “Like I said earlier, you can’t force someone to vote a certain way…-at the end of the day, this isn’t a dictatorship. We’ve gotta expect members, um, to ultimately vote, to, you know, how-how they will according to what they think.”

Welp, several of the Freedom Caucus members let Trump and his crew know that they would be voting their conscience.

And being the human that he is, Trumpster and his crew didn’t like hearing that too much. So Trumpster sent White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon (Stevie B Banning) to have a little talk with the Freedom Caucus folks.

Stevie B Banning walked into the room with his shoulders back, his chest out, his head held high, and base in his voice.

Axios’ Mike Allen told everybody that Stevie B Banning told the Freedom Caucus folks, “Guys look. This is not a discussion. This is not a debate. You have no choice but to vote.”

Needless to say, that didn’t go over too good. The Freedom Caucus folks didn’t like it that Stevie B Banning came in with that “I’m yo’ pappy today” attitude.

Allen said that one of the Freedom Caucus folks said about Stevie B Banning, “You know, the last time someone ordered me to something, I was 18 years old. And it was my daddy. And I didn’t listen to him, either.”

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