Daily Caller writer Benny Johnson watched, as comedian Michelle Wolf impugned the character, and mocked the appearance of White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner on Sunday night. He also attended the after-party. After she took a brutal beating in front of a thousand mostly liberal attendees, the last person Johnson expected to see at MSNBC’s after-party was Sarah Sanders, but there she was, with a smile on her face, and forgiveness in her heart.

Here is Johnson’s story, as it was posted on his Facebook page:

I was in the room last night when that wretched, leftist “comedian” began attacking Sarah Sanders to her face. It was disgusting. You could not really see it on TV, but virtually no one in the room was laughing. I saw even some of the most liberal reporters in the profession cringe with disgust.

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If a conservative comedian was so vicious to a working mother in the Obama administration, they would never get a job in the industry again. The organizers of the dinner would have cut their mic.

The double standard is sickening.

Here’s a transcript of the “jokes” comedian Michelle Wolf told about White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, as she sat next to her at the podium at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner on Sunday:

“And of course, we have Sarah Huckabee-Sanders. We are graced with Sarah’s presence tonight. I have to say, I’m a little starstruck, I loved you as “Aunt Lydia” in  “The Handmade’s Tale.” (laughter from the crowd) Mike Pence, if you haven’t seen it, you would love it.

I actually really like Sarah. I think she’s really resourceful. Like she burns facts, and then she uses that ash to create a perfect smokey eye. Like maybe she’s born with it. Maybe it’s lies.

It’s probably lies.

I’m never really sure what to call Sarah Huckabee-Sanders? Is it Sarah-Sanders? Is it Sarah-Huckabee Sanders?  Is it cousin Huckabee? Is it Aunti Huckabee-Sanders?  Like, what’s Uncle Tom, but for white women who disappoint other white women? Oh, I know, ‘Aunt Coulter’.” Go here for the video.

However, there is something you must know about Sarah Sanders: She is a better and bigger person than the sad leftists who attack her.

At the MSNBC after-party, I spoke with high-ranking members of Sarah’s staff. They were disgusted by the remarks – and tell me that the plan was for Sarah to walk-out if they got too personal. Sarah however, stayed firm. “I don’t know how she does it,” one of her closest confidants told me, “She kills them with kindness – she puts up with it. Good-hearted American people see that – and then she wins.”

Members of the White House press corp tell me they were sending Sarah a flower basket today – they felt so bad.

Then, Sarah Sanders walks into the party. The MSNBC party. A network that lives to savage and promote the godless vitriol that just attacked her. Guess what? Sarah Sanders was smiling. She owned it. I asked her about the attack and she shrugged with a smile and just said the attacks didn’t bother her and that she’s praying for the comedian.

That is the kind of woman she is.

Flying into a city to cheap-shot a working mother to her face in front of a room of one thousand journalists because you disagree with her politically is not brave. It’s the definition of a coward and a bully. Putting up with it and forgiving that person afterward?

That is real power.

That is strength.

That is class.

That is Sarah Sanders.

Benny Johnson’s personal story can also be found on the Daily Caller.

Benny Johnson with Sarah Sanders

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