That's Olenna. Most high born women are bartered away with marriage betrothals because of political alliances. Margery was too, several times, difference is she knew exactly what was up thanks to Olenna.
That's why when Sansa asked him what 3ER means, he couldn't bother with an answer. When she asked about the dagger, he couldn't bother with an answer. And it can't be reluctance, even in Tyrion's case, because Bran doesn't have those feelings. If you don't care about anything, you can't be reluctant because again, that means you care.
You mean because the writers muzzled everyone because only St. Tyrion the Great knows how things should be done. See also Yara and the Prince of Dorne. And everyone. Only Edmure got to speak because they love making him a joke.
Why should she? Everyone in the South used and abused her. And she kind of had her hands full running both WF and the North with an oncoming apocalypse to also care about the rest of Westeros. None of the other characters cared about the rest of Westeros either. Why single out Sansa who had enough on her plate getting people in the North through it all?
Sansa has greenseeing abilities and knew that would happen? I never noticed she had them. Could have seriously helped her out previously and she wouldn't have ever had to endure Ramsey. And I don't remember the last time someone equated execution (Sansa's word) with going nuclear.
When did Tyrion ever care about the people? Considering he is complicit in the mass murder of a million people. Varys cared, that's why he pre-emptively tried to stop Dany before Tyrion ratted him out. Tyrion did nothing to stop Dany which makes him guilty. And I don't remember any scene of Tyrion caring beyond what we see most good characters on this show do. He gave a woman with a baby in her arms a coin once while in Mereen and that's it. Bran probably named him Hand because Tyrion is colossal failure and Bran is all about ruining the lives of people. Just ask all the dead from the Long Night and the KL bombing which he actively brought about. So did Tyrion.
Stay in her lane? Like a good girl? Wow that is sexist.