It seems that Psaki’s only job is to clean up the verbal diarrhea coming from her boss, “president” Joe Biden, and the radicals within the Democrat Party.
Day after day, Psaki takes to the podium with her signature snide sneering with messages of dread as she defends every move anti-America action taken by the Democrats.
President Joe Biden was right to claim critics were “lying” for tying Democrats to the “defund the police” movement, despite Missouri Rep. Cori Bush reiterating her call for defunding this week, according to the White House.
The majority of Democratic lawmakers and voters sided with Biden on police funding, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said.
Peter Doocy asks about Rep. Cori Bush's defund the police comments and pushes Jen Psaki on the Biden narrative that Democrats don't want to defund the police.
Psaki revisits the White House's claims that Republicans are doing more to defund the police than Democrats. pic.twitter.com/UcSbHgm74k
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) August 5, 2021
Psaki also pointed to Biden’s proposals for more resources to be invested in “community policing” in excess of policies put forward by former President Donald Trump.
For Psaki, it is “disturbing” that Bush is so concerned about her personal safety amid death threats that she requires private security.
Bush irked centrist Democrats Thursday with her response to questions about spending $70,000 on private security while repeating the “defund the police” mantra.
Rep @CoriBush on her private security:
“I’m gonna make sure I have security”
“So suck it up, and defunding the police has to happen”pic.twitter.com/pgvQhxRko1
— Steve Cortes (@CortesSteve) August 5, 2021
Two days earlier, Bush was lauded by liberal Democrats for successfully pressuring Biden into reversing his decision to extend the federal eviction moratorium for renters financially struggling during the pandemic. She forced Biden to order the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention to prolong the national ban by staging a high-profile five-night sleep-in on steps of the Capitol.
The CDC issued a new 60-day moratorium this week for areas of the country most affected by COVID-19. The extension is already being legally challenged after the Supreme Court ruled in June Congress had to approve such a measure.
Biden was adamant last month that criticisms regarding Democrats being “anti-police” are unfounded, insisting proponents of the attack are “lying.”
Author: Sebastian Hayworth