— Dave in Texas (@DaveinTexas) November 4, 2013
Yes, that happened. Shamefully. As Twitchy reported, the White House’s Dan Pfeiffer smeared and attacked cancer survivor Edie Littlefield Sundby. You see, Ms. Sundby’s insurance has been canceled. Because of Obamacare. She penned an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal telling her heartbreaking story. Truth does not suit: Attack and smear like the wind.
Dana Perino offers a bit of advice as only she can:
As a general rule, blaming the victim is never an effective pr strategy.
— Dana Perino (@DanaPerino) November 4, 2013
PR is hard, truth is hard and so is common decency for this White House, evidently.
@DanaPerino MO for this group since day one. This is just the worst example, and on Twitter to boot! They should be ashamed, but won't be
— Christa Cooper (@MissMarple2) November 4, 2013
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: You can’t shame the shameless.
This Twitter user sums it all up.
"I'm really good at attacking people with cancer" – @BarackObama
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) November 4, 2013