Jen Psaki Bashes Her Former Boss…Dems Will Lose If Focus Is On Biden
It’s possible that Jen Psaki’s experience working for the Biden regime has left her with some residual bitterness. As the White House Press Secretary, Jen Psaki was given the impossible task of attempting to explain Joe Biden’s utterances and actions.
Now that the midterm elections are near, she has some things to say about her old boss.
Psaki made an appearance on Sunday’s “Meet the Press” episode on NBC. She predicted that the Democratic Party would lose its majorities in both chambers of Congress if the midterm elections were viewed as a referendum on Joe Biden’s first two years in office.
Psaki said, “I think that Democrats if the election is about who is the most extreme as we saw, you know Kevin McCarthy touch on there with Marjorie Taylor Greene, I’ll say her name, sitting over his left side, then they’re going to win. If it is a referendum on the president, they will lose. And they know that.”
She continued by describing crime as a major weak spot for the Democrats. In fact, she claimed that it was their worst weakness.
Psaki concluded by urging people to follow the money and concentrate on where people are spending their money. She cited the race in Pennsylvania as an appropriate case study.
She claimed that the Republicans in Pennsylvania were investing millions of dollars on crime-related television advertisements. They are criticizing Democratic candidate Fetterman because of this weakness. The economy, according to Psaki, is a dark cloud that hangs over everything, but you also need to consider state-specific problems, such as crime in the state of Pennsylvania.
After working as the White House press secretary for more than a year, Psaki resigned in May. She is currently a contributor at MSNBC and will shortly take over as anchor of one of their programs.
Her criticism of Biden follows an ABC News-Washington Post poll in which it was revealed that 56% of the Democratic Party and Democratic-leaning Independent voters want the party to choose a different candidate for president than Biden. 9 percent of those surveyed stated they had no opinion about the nominee.