Sean Spicer Unleashed A Hilariously Whiny Rant In Which He Threatened To Sue Biden For Firing Him From A Job He’s Not Qualified For

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer—‘memba him?!—is still finding things to whine about on a regular basis as the host of Newsmax’s Spicer & Co. On Wednesday, that meant going off on an epically hilarious rant about his right to serve on the board of the Naval Academy—an appointment Donald Trump made in his final months in office, and which the Biden administration is now requesting he resign from or be fired.

Spicer teased his topic du jour earlier in the day on Twitter, where he posted the letter he had received requesting his resignation, and took the opportunity to both take a jab at Joe Biden’s handling of Afghanistan and promoting his talk show, which people are only now just realizing exists.

In addition to kicking off his show with the news of his impending termination, Spicer actually dubbed it “Breaking News.”

“We’ve got some breaking news tonight: All Trump appointees, including myself, have been kicked off the boards of the United States Naval Academy, Air Force Academy, and West Point in an unprecedented move by the Biden administration. I’m announcing tonight, for the first time, that I will not be submitting my resignation. And I will be joining a lawsuit to fight this.”

Unless doing the foxtrot on Dancing With the Stars qualifies one to serve on the board of one of the country’s esteemed military academies, it doesn’t seem like Spicer has much of a leg to stand on here. Still, after sharing the email and letter he received requesting that he be a good boy and do what the president says, Spicer pretty much screamed “IT’S NOT FAIR!”

“Remember back during the inauguration, when President Biden said, ‘I’m going to be the president for all people. Trump voters and everyone else? Yeah, where’d that go? Pretty… got the window pretty much… huh?”

No really, that last sentence is actually what a very flustered Spicer said. He then got into the “At a time” stuff…

“At a time when the administration is dealing with, you know, COVID, Afghanistan, the effects of Hurricane Ida, what are their priorities? Apparently they’re prioritizing flying to California to campaign for Governor Newsom and firing veterans from service academies.”

In Spicer’s defense, he’s not used to a president who can multitask. Nor is he used to one who doesn’t make hitting the links his daily priority. Still, his rant didn’t end there. He spent several minutes questioning why, at the same time we’re withdrawing troops from Afghanistan, the Biden administration “would want zero oversight during a challenging period, where the academies are dealing with COVID, they’re navigating funding issues. Huh! I wonder why?! Ho! Maybe it’s because they want to inject liberal ideology, like critical race theory, into the curriculum and they want to ensure there’s no pushback and zero oversight.”

It could be that. Or maybe they’d like to ensure that the bodies overseeing our military institutions during “a challenging period” might, I don’t know, be qualified to assist in that oversight?

On Biden’s side, CBS noted that White House press secretary Jen Psaki offered a pointed response to the pushback from Spicer and other Trump appointees, including Kellyanne Conway, who serves on the board of the Air Force Academy.

“I will let others evaluate whether they think Kellyanne Conway and Sean Spicer and others were qualified… to serve on these boards. But the president’s qualification requirements are not your party registration. They are whether you’re qualified to serve and whether you are aligned with the values of this administration.”

You can watch Spicer’s full hissy fit above.