It’s well known how badly Joe Biden’s administration handles the press. His White House press secretary, Jen Psaki, can barely answer softball questions from the liberal media.
So, you can imagine how much she dislikes answering real questions from a network that doesn’t bow to the left. Her feud with Fox News reporter Peter Doocy has become the stuff of legends.
Now, she let slip what she really thinks about the one man in the press pool holding Biden accountable.
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From Daily Wire:
Speaking on a live show for the podcast “Pod Save America,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki mocked Fox News and by extension their White House Correspondent Peter Doocy, snapping, “He works for a network that provides people with questions that, nothing personal to any individual including Peter Doocy, but might make anyone sound like a stupid son of a b****.”
Wow. I guess since Psaki is leaving next month, all bets are off! While on a live show, Psaki insulted Peter Doocy and Fox News, calling the reporters a “stupid son of a b****.”
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Letting your frustrations with Biden and his tanking administration slip, eh Jen? Let’s be honest. There is nothing Doocy asks that hasn’t been inappropriate or necessary.
He’s just the only reporter, it seems, willing to challenge Psaki and Biden’s fake narrative. And don’t think Psaki was being honest, even in her insult.
Fox News doesn’t “provide” its reporters with questions. That’s ridiculous. Doocy is a reporter.
And while a producer might encourage him to pursue a certain topic, he is the one asking the questions. Psaki just doesn’t like being forced to admit she and her boss has no idea what they are doing.
Just sound byte is yet another low moment for a failed presidency and its staff. Psaki has been the least professional, most partisan press secretary we have ever seen.