LISTEN: Sarah Sanders' Family Harassed Much Worse Than Initial Reports, Reveals Father Mike Huckabee

On Monday, former governor Mike Huckabee, father of White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, revealed that the harassment suffered by his daughter's family was much worse than initial reports suggested.

On Friday, Sanders and her family were asked to leave a Virginia-based Red Hen restaurant by the owner because Sanders works for President Donald Trump:

But according to Huckabee, after Sanders and her husband left the establishment to go home, the rest of her extended family — her liberal in-laws — walked to a restaurant nearby to have dinner. They were allegedly followed and further harassed by the Red Hen owner.

"There’s a part of that story that has not been told," said Huckabee, speaking on Laura Ingraham's radio show. "Once Sarah and her family left — of course Sarah was asked to please vacate — Sarah and her husband just went home, they’d had enough. But, the rest of her family went across the street to a different restaurant."

"The owner of the Red Hen — nobody’s told this — then followed them across the street, called people and organized a protest, yelling and screaming at them from outside the other restaurant and creating this scene," he continued.

"One of the members of Sarah’s in-laws who were there — by the way, most of her in-laws, not her mother in-law and father in-law, but most of them are very liberal. And, one of them walked out and said: 'Look, I don’t like Trump. I’m not a supporter. I’m a far — considered liberal — but, you guys are embarrassing me and you’re not helping your cause,'" added Huckabee.

"This is what the Left has been reduced to — it’s really tragic. And, it is dangerous and that’s what I think people need to recognize," warned the former governor.

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