Huckabee Sanders’ SOTU statement criticises the “left-wing culture war”

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Huckabee Sanders' SOTU statement criticises the "left-wing culture war"

  • News by AUN News correspondent
  • Wednesday, February 08, 2023
  • AUN News – ISSN: 2949-8090

Summary:

  • Sanders made headlines worldwide when she banned the use of the word “Latinx” in the Arkansas government.

  • Similar to how she did in her Tuesday response, Sanders dove into the culture war issues that have enthralled conservatives over the Biden years, railing against “false idols” of the left and other targets for conservative abuse.

  • The president’s management of the economy and the Biden administration’s handling of immigration policy are other areas where Huckabee is anticipated to criticize the president.

  • Trump, the sole major Republican presidential candidate, responded to Biden’s speech with a brief statement.

  • Sanders’s tone differs from that of her predecessor, Republican Asa Hutchinson.

Sanders made headlines worldwide when she banned the use of the word “Latinx” in the Arkansas government. This was one of the first things she did as governor. Similar to how she did in her Tuesday response, Sanders dove into the culture war issues that have enthralled conservatives over the Biden years, railing against “false idols” of the left and other targets for conservative abuse.

“That isn’t typical. It’s absurd and incorrect,” she declared.

Other things that Huckabee is likely to criticize about the president are how he runs the economy and how the Biden administration handles immigration policy.

Those criticisms of Biden and his fellow Democrats are not unlike those made by her former boss, former President Donald Trump, highlighting the long-lasting impact he has had on the Republican Party.

Trump, who is the only major Republican running for president, made a short response to Biden’s speech. Biden painted a bleak picture of the country and said that the president was letting drug cartels bring “poison” across the border and letting illegal immigrants “storm” the country.

Inflation and Trump’s claim that the Biden administration is “trying to indoctrinate and mutilate our children” were also brought up. This referenced the party’s hot-button issues of sexual orientation and gender identity.

Sanders, on the other hand, says similar things but not with nearly as much force. He also talks about how Republicans have sometimes wished for a softer touch to tame the previous president’s agenda and build a lasting alliance.

Republicans support an America where stable families can prosper in secure neighborhoods. “Where wages are rising and job opportunities abound,” Sanders said.

Sanders’ tone differs from that of her predecessor, Republican Asa Hutchinson. Hutchinson was a regular guest on Washington Sunday shows and has criticized Trump’s rhetoric, his most divisive policies, and some of Sanders’s fellow Arkansas politicians.

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