One of the people on the "Mueller Madness" bracket, Richard Painter, responded by telling Sanders to "put up or shut up." He seems to think this is "blasting him on Twitter," even though she wasn't the one who made the bracket in the first place.
Hey @PressSec: before you go blasting me like this on Twitter you need to put up or shut up. Tell AG Barr to release the Mueller Report so we can see the evidence instead of just what he and you say about it. Until then do the Country a favor and put a lid on it. https://t.co/g5Fg6lCqU9— Richard W. Painter (@RWPUSA) March 26, 2019
Huckabee Sanders responded by reminding people of how wrong the leftist media has been in this whole saga:
How many times do the Democrats and their liberal media allies have to be proven embarrassingly wrong about @realDonaldTrump before they finally accept he’s been a great President? https://t.co/XRWTmg9d2O— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) March 26, 2019
And a few conservatives completely agreed with her.
Such goodness. . . And @PressSec, congrats on the last 2 yrs. Seriously. You had to deal with a rapid, foaming at the mouth MSM who were peddling conspiracy theories and every day you more than held your own. https://t.co/8QRz2hU5wk— Ned Ryun (@nedryun) March 26, 2019
Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday shared a "Mueller Madness" bracket of various public figures who were wrong about the Russia probe. The bracket was clearly a hat tip to "March Madness" featuring college basketball teams.
Naturally, liberals were triggered by the post. They made the assumption she wasted taxpayer money and resources to create the bracket.
I’m sad I didn’t make this White House list because I really hate the corruption and lying in this administration, but I’m proud of @NatashaBertrand, who has made her mark early in life.— Walter Shaub (@waltshaub) March 26, 2019
Just when you thought you couldn't be more unprofessional...— Roland Scahill (@rolandscahill) March 26, 2019
Do you remember when you stopped wearing eye shadow because Michelle Wolf made fun of you— Chase Mitchell (@ChaseMit) March 26, 2019
I miss having respectable professionals in the White House.— Jules Morgan (@glamelegance) March 26, 2019
So far..... pic.twitter.com/xYRyiSA3ex— Amy Siskind ?????? (@Amy_Siskind) March 26, 2019
omg don’t you have any real work to do, like lying to the American people?— Elizabeth Thorp (@ElizabethEThorp) March 26, 2019
Sarah must have a lot of free time only giving press briefings every 40 days.— Nick Jack Pappas (@Pappiness) March 26, 2019
This is awesome! When we’re done with this, can we do one with 68 bible verses that you and your family conveniently toss out the window when it serves your greedy interests?— ??? Thanos ??? (@FightOnTwist) March 26, 2019
This graphic was shared by the White House Press Secretary, who, while receiving a taxpayer-funded salary, is using government resources (phone, @PressSec account) to attack journalists, comedians, sitcom producers, actors, and late night hosts. pic.twitter.com/yzNWZFVh6Q— Andrew Feinberg (@AndrewFeinberg) March 26, 2019
But the joke's on them. It turns out the New York Post's Op-Ed Editor created the graphic. It was part of an opinion piece he published.
Some of us still still decided to play.
I got Rachael Maddow vs. Michael Avenatti in the final 2.— Tavington (@sliikriick) March 26, 2019
great 1st seed pick! pic.twitter.com/qE7tImttsO— ???????lo la ??????? (@Lauralelola) March 26, 2019
32 way tie..— ????Iowa Girl???? (@TamiD1212) March 26, 2019
Now there's two questions: who's your pick and what's the prize?