(Alex Tien, Headline USA) Jen Psaki’s time as the White House press secretary continues to be a comedy of errors. Whether it’s being completely out of touch, hypocritical or outright lying, the soon-to-be MSNBC anchor’s stint as the Biden regime’s mouthpiece has been a spectacular letdown.
Now, even Secret Service agents are beginning to turn against her. According to documents obtained by Judicial Watch, in early March, a presidential protective agent sent an email to a coworker after hearing about an unfortunate incident concerning the president’s dog, Major.
“You ok? Someone told me you got bit,” the agent wrote.
“Yes I got bit by Major,” the colleague responded. “NO I didn’t surprise the dog doing my job by being at as the press secretary just said! Now I’m pissed. Thanks for checking in.”
“SMH (shaking my head) .. hope you didn’t get hurt to bad [sic]. Take care,” the other agent replied.
During a press conference, when asked about what had happened, Psaki totally lied about the occurrence, telling reporters that “Major was surprised by an unfamiliar person and reacted in a way that resulted in a minor injury to the individual.”
One must question why Psaki felt compelled to falsely vouch for the reputation of an animal over the men and women in the Secret Service who protect and serve the president.
Lying for the president, his son and now even his dog is a new low for Psaki.
On April 1, reports surfaced that Psaki would be leaving her role in the White House for greener pastures, taking up a position as an analyst for MSNBC.