House Speaker Paul Ryan Is Not Welcome In Sandra Lee’s Kitchen

Sandra Lee rose to fame as the welcoming host of the Food Network's "Semi-Homemade Cooking," but we might have finally found her kryptonite: House Speaker Paul Ryan. Recently the topic of Ryan caused the usually cheery Lee to go into full-on meltdown mode. As AOL shares, the stunning incident occurred as the pair was preparing to do a cooking segment on a "Fox & Friends," but it doesn’t appear to have been captured on camera.

That’s unfortunate, as it sounds like Lee lost her way for a bit, and she may have opened up some new doors for herself as a dramatic actress.

"I need you go to away so I can collect my thoughts, prepare and get ready for the segment," she reportedly said.

So what’s Lee’s problem with Ryan? Are they former flames that had a romance that went awry? Did Ryan eat the last corn muffin in the green room? Did he kick her pet? There’s a ton of unanswered questions swirling about, but Lee has opened up about the incident in an interview with Page Six.

"At first what occurred to me is that we are both from Wisconsin. And I realized he is the one thing from Wisconsin that I cannot tolerate or stomach. I just do not stand for anything he stands for,” Lee said. “I was so angry I was shaking, and I never had that experience before in my life or on any show. I love 'Fox & Friends.' That was the only time that happened to me. I do not get angry for too long. He left the set, and I was back to Sandra Lee."

Hey now. To recap, Lee was unable to compose herself because she has a differing political viewpoint than Ryan. This escalated to the point that she was physically shaking. It sounds like the semi-homemade cook needs to get to a real live doctor, pronto.

"Just because I chose not to state my opinion does not mean I do not have one," she continued. "When it comes to health care or childhood hunger issues, I am not going to be quiet, tolerant or silent about my experiences or my convictions."

OK then. There’s still something to be said for being a professional. Not everyone is going to think and believe exactly as you do, and to allow that to spill over into something that you’re portraying as inner rage over that fact is downright concerning. Deep breaths tend to work wonders in those situations.

Source: AOL
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