Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Hot Mic: Jen Psaki loses it after her State Dept propaganda gaffe

21st Century Wire says…

In Washington, the propaganda is so bad, even the propagandists are getting sick of reading it.

The latest gaffe by President Obama’s ‘C Team’ in the flailing US State Department saw a rare moment of brevity by none other than Jen Psaki, who went into meltdown after having to read one of the worst pieces of propaganda generated yet by Psaki’s script writers…

CHEERLEADER: Psaki was picked to lead the White House cheerleading squad for regime change in Ukraine.

Psaki was told by her information ministers to read this meaningless platitude regarding the fate of ex-President Hosni Mubarak in Egypt:

“Generally, we continue to believe that upholding impartial standards of accountability will advance the political consensus on which Egypt’s long-term stability and economic growth depends”.

As if to say, ‘Ahh, I can’t do this anymore!’, like an ingénue storming off stage after another actor stepped on her line – Paski can be heard at the very end of this video saying, “That Egypt line is ridiculous.”…

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