When in doubt, talk about Beau Biden and the loss of Biden’s first wife.
That is and always has been Joe Biden’s strategy in tough times.
White House Jen Psaki did it again this week, and quite frankly, it is reprehensible.
To be clear, I am not downplaying the personal losses that Joe Biden has suffered in his life.
They are, however, irrelevant to a drone strike obliterating 10 innocent civilians on his watch.
Biden does this all the time, however.
He did it when the 13 fallen arrived back home and Psaki did it now to deflect away from Biden’s war crimes.
When she was asked about Biden’s response to the failed strike, she stated, “As a human being, as a president, as somebody who has overseen loss in a variety of scenarios, both as a leader and personally, his reaction is, it is a tragedy.”
Actually, it was not a tragedy, Jen, it was a war crime due to a president that rushed an action to try to save a news cycle.
When asked if anyone would be held accountable, Psaki stated, “The Secretary of Defense and [Gen. Kenneth McKenzie] came forward and made very clear that … they wanted to learn from what had happened.”
She continued, “Obviously, it was done in error. Obviously, there was a horrific tragedy that happened.
“But I’m not going to get into what the impact will be.”
She should have been asked why the administration repeatedly lied about it and hid the facts until a news report came out.
Are we really supposed to be stupid enough to think the New York Times was able to dissect this strike quicker than our military?
This is by far the most dishonest, deceitful, and disrespectful administration I have seen in the White House.
Someone MUST be held accountable, and it starts with Joe Biden.
Source: Washington Examiner