Letters to the Editor – February 26, 2022

The issue: Maureen Callahan’s column criticizing White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki. Thanks to Maureen Callahan for her wonderful and accurate article on arrogant White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki (“Jane, you’re a ‘Psak’ at your job”, Feb. 24). Finally, Psaki’s abdication – which represents the current administration’s positions – is invoked and condemned. She may be adept at dodging reporters’ questions, but she (as Callahan aptly captured) is a terrible messenger of how our current government deals with so many Americans. Change is coming, and Callahan has helped reveal…

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Jin Psaki is the condescending face of the Biden administration

Jin Saki can’t quit fast enough. Not that the mainstream media really holds her accountable for her arrogance, arrogance, cynicism, or out-of-touch responses to the pain of ordinary Americans. Hey, she’s at least channeling her entire boss. A little fussing would be understandable; The White House Press Secretary is known to be a difficult job with a high level of burnout. But Psaki, a former competitive swimmer who grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut, appears to have never met people who live paycheck to paycheck, or worried about how to feed,…

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Biden holds a meeting of the National Security Council on the crisis of the invasion of Ukraine and Russia

The White House announced that President Joe Biden will hold a National Security Council session on Sunday amid rising international tensions over the expected Russian invasion of Ukraine. The meeting will take place a day after Russian leader Vladimir Putin oversaw the missile drills, in an apparent show of military might, with reports of violence in areas of Ukraine controlled by pro-Moscow separatists. “President Biden continues to monitor the development of the situation in Ukraine, and is regularly updated on events on the ground by his national security team,” White…

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Psaki Jazz ignites hate against Asians because Biden’s team has no answers

Oops, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki did it again, this time blaming the rise in anti-Asian hate crimes on “hate-filled rhetoric and language about the origins of the pandemic” — meaning, of course, It’s Trump’s fault again. The absurdity is obvious because the motive behind the gaslighting of Psaki was the murder of Christina Yuna Lee on Sunday in Manhattan. At the scene of the accident was arrested a homeless profession criminal Osmad Nash. It comes on the heels of Michelle Alyssa Goo’s fatal push on the subway last…

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Christina Yuna Lee’s blood is on the hands of Democrats

A homeless career criminal with three open cases stalks a young woman, forces his way into her Chinatown apartment, and stabs her to death — and Democrats blame everything from Donald Trump to the end of child tax breaks. Everything but their anti-cop policies, which caused the inevitable breakdown of law and order that led to the horrific death of Christina Yuna Lee. Killing me is every woman’s worst nightmare. Her screams brought on the police, but by the time they managed to smash her hardened steel door down, she…

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Psaki will not comment on records of WH “mining” tech executive linked to Clinton

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki declined to comment Wednesday on allegations by special counsel John Durham that Chief Technology Officer Rodney Joffe mined the White House’s “non-public” Internet records to find dirt on former President Donald Trump. Fox News reporter Jackie Heinrich Psaki asked during her regular briefing whether a DNS resolver server was still mining White House data and whether its alleged audit by a Hillary Clinton ally constituted “espionage.” Heinrich began to question her: “Durham says there is an outside company with connections to the Clinton Camp…

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Hunter Biden sets up an art scene for the first time in New York City at a gallery exhibition of his expensive paintings

First son Hunter Biden acted as a full-fledged member of the New York art scene on Wednesday night, making a flashy appearance at the gallery where his unexpectedly expensive paintings are on display. The fledgling 51-year-old artist, accompanied by his wife Melissa Cohen, carried his son Beau Jr on his shoulders while inside the Georges Burgess Gallery in Soho without stopping to answer a Post reporter’s questions. Biden was joined by about 60 guests – including President Joe Biden’s younger sister, Valerie – and there was a much greater turnout…

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Jin Saki has tested positive for COVID-19

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki has tested positive for COVID-19 after several members of her family were infected at her home earlier in the week, causing President Biden to miss a trip to Europe, she announced Sunday. in a Permit On Twitter, Basaki revealed that she decided to abandon Biden’s foreign trip on Wednesday after learning that her family members had contracted the virus. She was isolated and tested negative via PCR on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, but tested positive for the virus on Sunday. “Although I have…

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