‘Big Bang Theory’ sitcom smears Sarah Sanders with sexist attack on her appearance and her faith

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For those keeping score at home, acceptable targets to mock and ridicule in today’s politically correct world extend beyond the given, white males, to include Christians and any member of the Trump administration, male or female.

Hell, you can even hit a woman over her appearance if she’s employed by the Trump White House.

The latest example of this was seen when Chuck Lorre, creator of the CBS sitcom “The Big Bang Theory,” smeared White House press secretary Sarah Sanders in the show’s credits after a February 7 episode.

In a two-fer, Lorre attacked Sanders for her appearance and her Christian faith with a post-credit vanity card — a Lorre trademark.

“God told me he hasn’t spoken to Sarah Sanders since she was fourteen years old and praying for her skin to clear up. I have no reason to doubt Him,” the on-screen slight read.

Lorre’s sexist smear comes after Sanders told the Christian Broadcasting Network recently that she believes God wanted President Donald Trump to win the 2016 election.

“I think God calls all of us to fill different roles at different times and I think that he wanted Donald Trump to become president, and that’s why he’s there,” Sanders said.

“I think he has done a tremendous job in supporting a lot of the things that people of faith really care about,” Sanders added.

The comment is a testament to God’s will. Naturally, the unhinged anti-Trump cabal lost their minds over the suggestion, going after Sanders with a vengeance.

Sanders’ father, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee didn’t take too kindly to his daughter being attacked by Lorre.

Taking to Twitter, the Republican politician and Southern Baptist pastor called out the double standard at play, as well as the bitterness within Lorre.

“Imagine if ANY conservative said such a hateful, bullying, sexist and bigoted thing about a liberal female? How can “woke” ppl be so dead in their souls as ppl like this angry bitter man? I feel sorry for him. He needs the Jesus he mocks,” Huckabee tweeted.

Lowe, who created “Two and a Half Men,” has used vanity cards before to attack the president, as seen in a recent effort.

“I am writing this vanity card on December 15th. If all goes as planned, you are reading it on January 3rd. Since I have no idea what the Gangster-in-Chief might do between now and then, I thought I’d express my outrage now,” he said.

“My pre-outrage if you will. Let’s call it anticipatory disgust,” Lowe continued. “Or being aghast in advance. The point is I’m trying to get ahead of my inevitable indignation. This way, regardless of what law is broken, or which murderous dictator gets a pass, I’ll have already vented. Of course, if he nukes Pyongyang or Toronto in order to distract from impeachment chatter, I reserve the right to be upset.”

Here’s a sampling of other responses from social media users who happen to agree with Huckabee:

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