Psaki: Russia Calling the U.S. an Unreliable Ally Due to Biden’s Disastrous Afghanistan Withdrawal Sounds Like ‘Russian Propaganda’
Says the lady who donned a smile while wearing a Communist hat and hugging Putin’s #1 thug Sergei Lavrov in 2014.
Everything I don’t like is Russian propaganda.
I give Jen Psaki credit. She is great at BSing, but sometimes it’s easier to just use the same old insult: Russia, Russia, Russia!
A reporter asked Psaki about Russia calling the U.S. an unreliable ally because of Biden’s disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal.
My fellow ginger said:
PSAKI: “The President ended a 20-year war in Afghanistan, something he had talked about consistently doing for some time, as he was running for president and even before then. I think our commitment to our NATO partners. Our commitment to Ukrainians is clear. We’ve sent more security assistance over the last year than in any year in recent history. We’ve been in constant contact — as is evidenced by the President’s call this afternoon — with our European partners, as we work to ensure we’re in lockstep as we approach the next stage and anticipate what President Putin may or may not do. So what I would say to that is that sounds like the old Russian propaganda playbook, something we’ve talked about in the past, and I’d encourage anyone to be mindful of that.”
Oh, Jen. Oh, sweet summer child.
Do you think I would forget your behavior during Obama’s term when you were spokeswoman for John Kerry’s State Department? You remember, right? I remember after staying up night after night covering Ukraine for months for Breitbart.
— MFA Russia 🇷🇺 (@mfa_russia) January 13, 2014
Must say, the Jen Psaki Russian hat brouhaha is amusing. Yes, that was her, all smiles, in 2014 with Russian FM Lavrov and spox Zakharova, plus John Kerry. Yes, she's wearing hammer-and-sickle hat they gave her. Russian contacts! 1/4 https://t.co/UEHfqDurdT pic.twitter.com/Q2nnKIp5vq
— Byron York (@ByronYork) December 2, 2020
A picture taken on January 13, 2014, during the Euromaidan protests in Kyiv. Thousands of Ukrainians protesting against then-President Yanukovych, a Russian-backed dude.
A month later Yanukovych would flee after his minions opened fire on civilians and killed hundreds. Right after that…Russia invaded.
Russia invaded east Ukraine. Russia captured Crimea from Ukraine. Russia piled troops on the Ukrainian border. Rebels in east Ukraine used Russian artillery to shoot down a commercial airplane.
Tell me more about how devoted you guys are to Ukrainians. Don’t forget the hashtag!
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) April 26, 2014
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