White House Gets Fact-Checked In Person

(RepublicanInformer.com)- Jen Psaki is out and about on the cable channels, honing her new gig as a talking head.

Speaking about the upcoming midterm election, Psaki said, “if the election is about who is the most extreme, the Democrats will win. But if it’s a referendum on the President, they will lose. And they know that. They also know that crime is a huge vulnerability for Democrats, I would say one of the biggest vulnerabilities. And in Pennsylvania, the Republicans have been spending millions of dollars on the air on crime ads against Fetterman because that’s where they see his vulnerability. So, yes, the economy is hanging over everything, but you do have to look at the state-by-state factors, and crime is a huge issue in the Pennsylvania race.”

Peter Doocy seized upon this rant by Psaki, the former White House press secretary, and confronted Karin Jean-Pierre, the current secretary.

He said, “Jan Psaki said crime is a huge vulnerability for the Democrats. Why would she say that?”

With a straight face, Jean-Pierre said, “I don’t agree with your characterization of what she actually said.”

This is why people don’t trust a single thing about the media, politicians, or their spokespeople.

Jean-Pierre doesn’t agree with the “characterization” of what? Doocy quotes her verbatim. What is the dispute? Pierre chose to dismiss the question by implying that Psaki’s quote doesn’t mean what it means or what Doocy is telling it.

It is so slimy one feels as if they need a shower just listening to her.

What is so remarkable is that it would have been Psaki deflecting from the same question months ago. Back then, she would say, “what crime problem? It’s all good.”

Now she is on a cable show, and admits the plain truth. It’s laughable.

Next year Jean-Pierre will be on cable shows describing crime as a “huge vulnerability for Democrats.”

The game they play is disgusting. One wonders where they get their training.

Oh, to be a fly on the wall to hear their instructors teaching them how to lie, obfuscate and tell mistruths.