Appearing to hold nothing back, Joe Biden kicked off 2022 with his first press conference of the year on Wednesday. Not only was it the first of the year, but it was also Biden’s first solo press conference in 10 months. And although he did the usual stumbling and fumbling, it would be the President’s remarks about the 2022 midterm elections that caused many Americans to pause.
Declaring that the upcoming election could easily be “illegitimate” if election reform wasn’t passed, Biden’s remarks caused such a backlash that White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki had to make a rare appearance on Fox News to try and fix the President’s mess.
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Speaking on America’s Newsroom, hosted by Bill Hemmer and Dana Perino, Psaki stated Biden “absolutely is not predicting that the 2022 elections would be illegitimate.” She continued, “The point he was raising was both that in 2020, even amongst challenging circumstances, efforts to suppress the vote and the midst of a pandemic, there was record turnout, [among] Democrats and Republicans record turnout to go to the polls.
“And the point he was making is that the former president [Donald Trump] asked a number of states, seven or more, in fact, to overturn the outcome of the election. Now obviously, if there’s an effort to do that, we’ve got to fight against that. That’s what our commitment is to doing, but he was not making a prediction.”
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During Biden’s conference, the President, as mentioned above, discussed the tensions in Eastern Europe. He said, “It’s one thing if it’s a minor incursion, and then we end up having a fight about what to do and what not do, etc. But if they actually do what they’re capable of doing with the force they’ve massed on the border, it is going to be a disaster for Russia.”
Biden went on to claim, “I’ve already shipped over $600 million worth of sophisticated equipment, defensive equipment to the Ukrainians. The cost of going into Ukraine in terms of the physical loss of life for the Russians — and they’ll, they’ll be able to prevail over time, but it’s going to be heavy. It’s going to be real. It’s going to be consequential.”
President Volodymyr Zelensky responded to Biden’s words, tweeting, “We want to remind the great powers that there are no minor incursions and small nations. Just as there are no minor casualties and little grief from the loss of loved ones. I say this as the President of a great power.”
Continuing her efforts to clean up Biden’s statements, Psaki insisted, “Our national security team has been in touch. [Secretary of State] Tony Blinken is in Europe right now. Also, I would note the foreign minister conveyed just this morning that he is confident in the support of the United States, and he should be, because we are supportive, and we have their backs.”
Psaki’s time on Fox News also included discussing Biden’s stance on the COVID-19 origin and his strategy on the rise in crime.
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This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on January 22, 2022. It originally appeared in DrewBerquist.com and is used with permission.
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Jen is once again trying to put broken eggs back in the carton. It won’t work Raggedy Ann. over 70% of Americans know Humpty Dumpty is irreparably cracked.
What I need from my federal government is for them to understand that I don’t need or want them to protect me from something that the vast majority of the people who make it up do not even understand how what they’re trying to protect me from functions on a fundamental level. We’re talking about the federal version of a local organization that can’t even fix potholes on our roads in an efficient and successful manner. How are they supposed to protect me from a virus they have zero control over?
A wise man once said that if you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in five years there would be a shortage of sand. It doesn’t matter what subject you refer to, if you need something in your country to be mismanaged at a high price resulting in a low quality outcome, the federal government is the perfect contractor for your needs.
I need them to just butt out of my life, do what they have the vested power to do and what is expected of them, without trying to grab any extra power or rob me blind while they’re doing it. And really, if they shut the lights off and all went home until a need arose for them to actually do something, that would be perfectly fine with me because the more they do, the more they are bound to mess things up. That much should be considered “political law”, just like Isaac Newton’s Laws of Physics, because just like the laws of physics, there are some things that politicians will always do that they shouldn’t do, knowing they shouldn’t do them when they do them. The more they stay away from DC, the less impact they can have on my life. None would be optimal, but that will never happen.
Stripper pole Paski is full of bs.