During the 2020 election, Joe Biden campaigned on a promise of uniting our country and bringing everyone together as Americans.
But he’s done the exact opposite during his first 100 days in office.
And Jen Psaki immediately regretted making this nasty comment to Trump voters during a recent White House Press briefing.
According to a recent CNN poll, 70% of Republicans do not think Joe Biden legitimately won the Presidential election.
And during a recent White House Press Briefing, The Washington Post’s Oliver Knox asked Jen Psaki how the Biden Administration planned to address these concerns from Republican voters.
“We don’t,” Psaki shot back.
However, after David Farenthold, The Washington Post’s left-wing, anti-Trump activist flagged Psaki’s comment on social media, she immediately regretted making the comment and tried to clean up her mess with a response on social media.
“[M]ore from my full comment: @POTUS is president for all Americans no matter who they voted for. And so our focus is on continuing to plug away on pushing for policies that will help everyone and through that work we can rebuild trust in government. That government can work,” Psaki continued. “Our view is the election was certified and confirmed by election officials from both parties in every state. Court challenges were fully heard.”
Of course, it’s hard to take Jen Psaki’s words seriously.
After all, Joe Biden talked about bipartisanship and had Republicans at the White House for token meetings while at the same time plotting behind the scenes with Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi to ram this radical agenda through Congress on party line votes.
In fact, the Democrats passed Biden’s $2 trillion blue state bailout bill on party line votes.
And rumors are circulating that they’re preparing to ram through nearly $4 trillion in socialist welfare spending using the exact same procedures.
Biden may talk about bipartisanship and working together.
But he sure doesn’t govern that way.