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Jen Psaki blames Trump for GA shooting

Alpha_Cock

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Our current administration is completely off the rails and everyone in this country should be disgusted by these people.

Pretty soon this fake ass bitch will be labeled something like Baghdad Bob
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GarnetPild

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Why is she wearing a construction paper tree?

And I'll never stop reminding everybody this twit is so bad at her job, she got fired and replaced by Marie justgiveterroristsjobs Harf.

Those 2 were just the worst...still are. Not sure I can say which one is worse at her job, or dumber. Coin toss. They both lie every time they open their mouths.
 

scanodd

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She sucked when at the State Dept under Obama and is terrible now. The Peter Principle at work.

Psaki and Harf: The Clueless, Defending the Hopeless​


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The State Department spokesperson has the task of defending the president’s foreign policy more often than any other government official. During President Barack Obama’s first term, that unenviable task fell to the opaque Victoria Nuland, whose redeeming feature was that there was a spine behind the smokescreen. (“F*** the E.U.,” she famously said, albeit in private, on Russia and the Ukraine.) Not so with successors Jen Psaki and Marie Harf, the clueless defending the hopeless.

Psaki came to the position after working as a spin doctor for the Obama campaign. Her most famous episode involved a brazen lie about Joe Soptic, a steelworker whose wife developed cancer and died after he was laid off from a company that had been bought by Bain Capital. Both the Obama campaign and Obama’s “super PAC” blamed Republican rival Mitt Romney for Soptic’s wife’s death. Psaki claimed, falsely, that the campaign had not known about the (false) super PAC ad.

It is not clear what qualifies Psaki for her current post, other than a distinguished record of hackery. But she brings a host of trite left-wing tropes to the job, including the idea that wars are not won by force, and the discredited idea that the root cause of terror is poverty. Earlier this month, appearing on Jake Tapper’s The Lead on CNN, Psaki downplayed the Obama’s weak response to ISIS by stating that while the military part was “sexiest,” other parts of the effort mattered more.

Her deputy, Marie Harf, told Chris Matthews on MSNBC’s Hardball on Monday night that “we cannot win this war by killing them. We cannot kill our way out of this war. We need in the medium to longer term to go after the root causes that leads people to join these groups, whether it’s lack of opportunity for jobs…”.

Obviously, the conviction that radical Islam has nothing to do with the terror begins at the top, but Psaki and Harf certainly play their disingenuous roles with conviction.

They are also both veterans of the hapless State Department campaign to use Twitter hashtags to respond to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which has thus far resulted in the annexation of the Crimea and the first major ground war in Europe since the end of World War II.
The Obama administration has denied the Ukrainians much help except military rations, so the hashtag campaign amounted to adding insult to injury.

As symbols of haplessness, though, Psaki and Harf were perfect.

 

BigBucnNole

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She sucked when at the State Dept under Obama and is terrible now. The Peter Principle at work.

Psaki and Harf: The Clueless, Defending the Hopeless​


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The State Department spokesperson has the task of defending the president’s foreign policy more often than any other government official. During President Barack Obama’s first term, that unenviable task fell to the opaque Victoria Nuland, whose redeeming feature was that there was a spine behind the smokescreen. (“F*** the E.U.,” she famously said, albeit in private, on Russia and the Ukraine.) Not so with successors Jen Psaki and Marie Harf, the clueless defending the hopeless.

Psaki came to the position after working as a spin doctor for the Obama campaign. Her most famous episode involved a brazen lie about Joe Soptic, a steelworker whose wife developed cancer and died after he was laid off from a company that had been bought by Bain Capital. Both the Obama campaign and Obama’s “super PAC” blamed Republican rival Mitt Romney for Soptic’s wife’s death. Psaki claimed, falsely, that the campaign had not known about the (false) super PAC ad.

It is not clear what qualifies Psaki for her current post, other than a distinguished record of hackery. But she brings a host of trite left-wing tropes to the job, including the idea that wars are not won by force, and the discredited idea that the root cause of terror is poverty. Earlier this month, appearing on Jake Tapper’s The Lead on CNN, Psaki downplayed the Obama’s weak response to ISIS by stating that while the military part was “sexiest,” other parts of the effort mattered more.

Her deputy, Marie Harf, told Chris Matthews on MSNBC’s Hardball on Monday night that “we cannot win this war by killing them. We cannot kill our way out of this war. We need in the medium to longer term to go after the root causes that leads people to join these groups, whether it’s lack of opportunity for jobs…”.

Obviously, the conviction that radical Islam has nothing to do with the terror begins at the top, but Psaki and Harf certainly play their disingenuous roles with conviction.

They are also both veterans of the hapless State Department campaign to use Twitter hashtags to respond to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which has thus far resulted in the annexation of the Crimea and the first major ground war in Europe since the end of World War II.
The Obama administration has denied the Ukrainians much help except military rations, so the hashtag campaign amounted to adding insult to injury.

As symbols of haplessness, though, Psaki and Harf were perfect.


That article is a little disengenous. Victoria Nuland was a sort of fixer for the state dept. Every admin has them, and she was almost like Hillary’s pet viper. Virtually every country she went to ended up in full blown revolutions as she acted as the ground coordinator for the NGO’s and intelligence to push unrest/ revolutions and then later get our people in. It’s how we ended up hand picking the Ukranian government and then put Americans in positions like treasurer of the Ukranian Government.

Jen Psaki isn’t that. She’s just a mouth piece.
 

Zgdaf

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Damn.. you see Biden fall getting into the plane to fly to Atlanta ?
Anyway the Biden admin is glad this shooting took place, it takes the heat off those illegal immigrants being caged. Even the lib press was starting to gang up on him.
 

Crich73

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Damn.. you see Biden fall getting into the plane to fly to Atlanta ?
Anyway the Biden admin is glad this shooting took place, it takes the heat off those illegal immigrants being caged. Even the lib press was starting to gang up on him.





Was driving today and was thinking of false flags. I forget what made me think that, (perhaps the mids in cages) but I thought how the shootings are a convenient distraction.
 

Sparty_On

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She sucked when at the State Dept under Obama and is terrible now. The Peter Principle at work.

Psaki and Harf: The Clueless, Defending the Hopeless​


View attachment 11616
The State Department spokesperson has the task of defending the president’s foreign policy more often than any other government official. During President Barack Obama’s first term, that unenviable task fell to the opaque Victoria Nuland, whose redeeming feature was that there was a spine behind the smokescreen. (“F*** the E.U.,” she famously said, albeit in private, on Russia and the Ukraine.) Not so with successors Jen Psaki and Marie Harf, the clueless defending the hopeless.

Psaki came to the position after working as a spin doctor for the Obama campaign. Her most famous episode involved a brazen lie about Joe Soptic, a steelworker whose wife developed cancer and died after he was laid off from a company that had been bought by Bain Capital. Both the Obama campaign and Obama’s “super PAC” blamed Republican rival Mitt Romney for Soptic’s wife’s death. Psaki claimed, falsely, that the campaign had not known about the (false) super PAC ad.

It is not clear what qualifies Psaki for her current post, other than a distinguished record of hackery. But she brings a host of trite left-wing tropes to the job, including the idea that wars are not won by force, and the discredited idea that the root cause of terror is poverty. Earlier this month, appearing on Jake Tapper’s The Lead on CNN, Psaki downplayed the Obama’s weak response to ISIS by stating that while the military part was “sexiest,” other parts of the effort mattered more.

Her deputy, Marie Harf, told Chris Matthews on MSNBC’s Hardball on Monday night that “we cannot win this war by killing them. We cannot kill our way out of this war. We need in the medium to longer term to go after the root causes that leads people to join these groups, whether it’s lack of opportunity for jobs…”.

Obviously, the conviction that radical Islam has nothing to do with the terror begins at the top, but Psaki and Harf certainly play their disingenuous roles with conviction.

They are also both veterans of the hapless State Department campaign to use Twitter hashtags to respond to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which has thus far resulted in the annexation of the Crimea and the first major ground war in Europe since the end of World War II.
The Obama administration has denied the Ukrainians much help except military rations, so the hashtag campaign amounted to adding insult to injury.

As symbols of haplessness, though, Psaki and Harf were perfect.

Two of the worst human beings on Earth.
 

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