Psaki’s Greatest Hits

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To know her is to love her. Yes, Jen Psaki pulls no punches when fielding questions from reporters. Please post your favorite Psaki moments. Here’s one in which she asks a reporter for the source of her conspiracy theory. Kind of like asking people on SOME Internet forums for a source… best to give up and move forward after you’ve established that they HAVE no source….

 

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To know her is to love her. Yes, Jen Psaki pulls no punches when fielding questions from reporters. Please post your favorite Psaki moments. Here’s one in which she asks a reporter for the source of her conspiracy theory. Kind of like asking people on SOME Internet forums for a source… best to give up and move forward after you’ve established that they HAVE no source….

These questions were incredibly stupid... The RW needs to decide whether Kamala's running the show or she's not doing shit. Same thing applies to AOC....There may be a pattern here.
 

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To know her is to love her. Yes, Jen Psaki pulls no punches when fielding questions from reporters. Please post your favorite Psaki moments. Here’s one in which she asks a reporter for the source of her conspiracy theory. Kind of like asking people on SOME Internet forums for a source… best to give up and move forward after you’ve established that they HAVE no source….


It seems like Newsmax has opted for the Indiana Jones defense.

 

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I enjoy her. Such a breath of fresh air after her idiot predecessor.
Same here. THough this question was hilariously stupid. *For college* you have to leave your hometown and mingle with people from all over and discuss ideas that keeps humanity engaged for millennia. It does exdoctrinate the youth if the belief system they are bringing from home is heavily reliant on xenophobia.
 
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Same here. THough this question was hilariously stupid. *For college* you have to leave your hometown and mingle with people from all over and discuss ideas that keeps humanity engaged for millennia. It does exdoctrinate the youth if the belief system they are bringing from home is heavily reliant on xenophobia.

Plus Tom Cotton is coming from a place where a lot of his electorate still thinks the most dangerous person in the county is a Black boy with a library card.
 
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