Jen Psaki said five words about Fox News that she is going to live to regret

Jen Psaki is winding up her run as one of the worst Press Secretaries in American history.

But Psaki is going out with a bang.

And Jen Psaki said five words about Fox News that she is going to live to regret.

Jen Pskai’s unethical behavior in her final days as Press Secretary knows no bounds.

Psaki signed a contract to begin hosting a MSNBC show in May and yet Psaki continues to serve as Press Secretary despite the obvious conflicts of interest.

And Psaki continued embracing her status as a political pundit as opposed to public servant working for taxpayers in an appearance at an event for the left-wing “Pod Save America” podcast, which is hosted by former Obama speech writers.

Someone asked Jen Psaki about Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy, whom Joe Biden once called a “stupid son of a bitch.”

“Peter Doocy is a stupid son of a bitch or does he just play one on TV?” Psaki was asked.

Psaki responded by claiming that it was the executives at Fox News that supposedly fed Doocy questions that made him look like a “stupid son of a bitch.”

“He works for a network that provides people with questions that, nothing personal to any individual including Peter Doocy, but might make anyone sound like a stupid son of a bitch,” Psaki answered.

Psaki does not like being challenged with questions about the Biden administration’s multiple failures.

Instead, Psaki prefers the sycophantic inquiries of her worshippers in the corporate-controlled media.

Last year, Joe Biden caused a row when he called Doocy a “stupid son of a bitch” after Doocy asked Biden about inflation’s impact politically.

Doocy later recounted a conversation he had with Biden where Biden did not apologize for attacking the free press, which is a foundation of American democracy.

“After years of clips of the President and kind of mixing it up on the campaign trail and during the transition, and here at the White House, within about an hour of that exchange, he called my cell phone and he said, ‘It’s nothing personal, pal.’ And we went back and forth and we were talking ‘bout just kind of moving forward and I made sure to tell him that I’m always going to try to ask something different than what everybody else is asking. And he said, ‘You’ve got to.’ And that’s a quote from the President. So I’ll keep doing it,” Doocy said on Fox News at the time.

Psaki’s comments made it clear that attacking Fox News and trying to delegitimize the only media outlet that covers the Biden administration skeptically is actually official policy.

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