White House Sinks To New Low — And That’s Saying a Lot

With her signature smirk, Jen Psaki is emerging as one of the Biden administration’s more evil players.

As more and more Americans begin to sour on the failed policies laid forth by Biden and his cabinet, reporters have shifted their tone of questioning, which has caused Psaki to totally bomb. She can be seen scrambling on a daily basis; circling around answers and giving half-truths or full out lies.

On Monday, the White House press secretary invoked the losses that Joe Biden has experienced in his personal life to distract from the harrowing and tragic deaths caused by his failed military decisions.

When asked during a press conference about what the president’s response was to the news that several children and an aid worker were killed in a drone strike in Afghanistan targeting ISIS-K, Jen attempted to tug at heart strings.

The Pentagon admitted last week that 10 people, including seven young children, were killed in the drone strike last month.

“So, as a human being, as a president, as somebody who has overseen loss in a variety of scenarios, both as a leader and personally, it is his reaction is it’s a tragedy and every loss is a tragedy, and he supports the efforts to, the effort to move this forward as quickly as possible and to have a thorough investigation.”

Her remarks seemingly are a reference to Biden losing his daughter Naomi Christina Biden in 1972 in a car accident that also killed Biden’s wife. Biden later lost his oldest son, Joseph “Beau” R. Biden III in 2015 to brain cancer.

Fox News anchor Bret Baier responded to Psaki’s remarks by writing on social media that while it was “true” that Biden lost family members, “he didn’t experience loss at the hands of an American drone launching hellfire missiles at a target POTUS said was ISIS-K, but -in reality- was an aid worker & 7 children.”

“Understanding loss is one thing- but understanding loss you originally took credit for is another,” Baier added.


With all the devastation of the Biden administration, it’s no surprise that Jen Psaki’s role is becoming increasingly difficult as she attempts to stave off reporters. The American people are taking notice, however, and Psaki, Kamala, Biden, et al will soon be scurrying from the White House in total shame.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth