Skip to comments.Chat-Chat-Rant: Cant seem to make it thru a WH Press Secretary briefing? Heres your sign...
Posted on 01/28/2023 7:13:43 AM PST by know.your.why
Before I make a rash decision to seek psychotherapy for the frustration tsunami that floods my mind when I watch Karine Jean-Pierre evade press questions, I thought I'd suggest a solution that is a "sign" of the times. KJP can be effectively replaced by five signs that light up during press questions: 1) Refer to the WH Council. 2) Refer to the DOJ. 3) No comment. 4) The president has been very clear. 5) It was point of mind. Yes! Just place them around the WH Press Room lectern and KJP can just sit at home with her laptop and login to the meeting and press a key that lights up a sign. Just play it like some kind of video game. Take the rest of 2023 off Karine. We'll take it from here.
WH Press Secretary’s Cringe briefing? LOL
6. The president takes this very seriously.
is this a vanity post? where is that hum and gum guy?
When I first saw the headline I immediately thought of Bill Engvall the comedian & his:
“Here’s your sign” skits.
Good list, but wasn’t #5 “top of mind” and not “point of mind”?
I don’t think a French, lesbian cabbage patch kid was a good choice for this job. FJB should have let a few Americans apply for it.
You left out the ever popular “I’ll circle back to that later “ fro previous podium liar jen
I almost spewed coffee all over my screen with that Cabbage Patch Karine. 😂🤣
I think the press corps should have started standing up and doing a “Hokey-Pokey” turn every time Psaki did the “circle back” thing in a presser—would have been hysterical!
I’d like to know why she wears a dead muskrat on her head.
Just plum dumb
She doesn’t seem any worse than any other Democrat press secretary.
Lol- that woulda been priceless
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