Fox & Friends whines that kicking Sanders out of restaurant is proof liberals are destroying the 'fabric' of our communities
Ed Henry, Abby Hunstman, Peter Hegseth -- screenshot

On Sunday morning, the hosts of Fox & Friends expressed dismay at reporting that White House Spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders and her family were booted out of a Virginia restaurant, and used the incident to illustrate how liberals are ruining America.

Friday night the White House press secretary was asked to leave by the owner of the Red Hen restaurant, who asked her employees if the party accompanying the Trump official should leave -- before booting them.

With host Abby Huntsman noting that the owner said she would do it again if given the chance, co-host Peter Hegseth said it was an example of the breakdown of society.

"I'll tell you, the business gets to do what it wants," Hegseth began. "If they don't want to serve somebody, this is America, this is a private company, they can do what they want. But the left has gone and lost their mind."

"Viva le resistance has infiltrated everything," he added. "She is seen as complicit -- remember the whole Saturday Night Live with Ivanka Trump -- and now she's in the public square in the briefing room and is attacked daily by reporters. And now that has to go into the private realm of a restaurant."

"It breaks down the basic fabric of our cities and towns and neighborhoods," he opined. "People should be able to get along if if they have different views."

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