Despite the incessant media fawning, there was a time in which Joe Biden was targeted by leftists as an enemy of their cause. Despite desperate evidence to cover it up now that he’s been inaugurated, there’s video evidence of it.
Case in point, President Joe Biden’s press secretary, Jen Psaki, made fun of her new boss way back in 2019 when Biden was still a longshot candidate for the Democrat presidential nomination.
In October 2019, CNN hosted an Equality Townhall for Democrat candidates. Biden told some embarrassing stories to assure the audience that he was as woke as every other candidate on stage.
Tucker Carlson recently dredged up the CNN footage of Psaki joking about her future boss.
Wow Tucker just aired this old clip from October 2019 of Jen Psaki, Biden’s pick for Press Sec:
“There have been a number of moments were even those of of us who have affection for Vice President Biden think ‘what on Earth is happening right now?'” pic.twitter.com/EhfWADelEd
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) December 4, 2020
In response to Biden’s storytelling, Psaki condescendingly said, “There have been a number of moments where even those of us who have affection for Biden think, ‘What on Earth is happening right now?”
Biden, apparently a forgiving man, has engaged Psaki as his press secretary, and she is now running interference for him in the White House press room.
Jesse Watters commented on Psaki’s earlier affectionate derision of Biden and blamed it on Biden’s long tenure in Washington.
Joe Biden has been in politics for so long and everyone says something mean about him at some point. He was the laughingstock until they dragged him across to the finish line. But it shows you just how power-hungry the political world is.
Not only is Psaki willing to work for someone that she implied was not all there, but Vice President Kamala Harris is willing to work for someone she accused of sexual improprieties when she was Biden’s opponent.
Watters is right. Biden has power, and power-seeking individuals are willing to put up with his gaffes, embarrassing stories, and improprieties for the advantages of power.