We’ve written at some length about the reports of chaos in Kamala Harris’ office, that some are alleging it’s an abusive environment, that some staffers were even dumping her and heading for the door.
So Fox’s Peter Doocy asked White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki for comment about the reports. He asked if the White House was concerned that staffers reportedly felt like they worked in an abusive environment? Jen Psaki’s response to staffers allegedly being abused? Oh, those are anonymous reports so I don’t have to respond to them.
Press Secretary Psaki deflects on question regarding alleged “abusive environment” of Vice Presidential staffers: “I try not to speak to or engage on anonymous reports or anonymous sources.” pic.twitter.com/RELZS48D5V
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) July 2, 2021
“I try not to speak to or engage on anonymous reports or anonymous sources,” Psaki responded, trying to provide cover for Harris.
That’s when she got busted big time by Bloomberg’s Jennifer Jacobs.
“I try not to speak to or engage on anonymous reports or anonymous sources,” says @PressSec Jen Psaki, whose team regularly organizes anonymous briefings on topics in the news. https://t.co/wmPMxEp5ps
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) July 2, 2021
“I try not to speak to or engage on anonymous reports or anonymous sources,” says @PressSec Jen Psaki, whose team regularly organizes anonymous briefings on topics in the news,” Jacobs tweeted. Oh, my. What a way to call out Psaki on how she herself is behind such “anonymous sources” on other issues.
That ticked off Psaki to respond to Jacobs on Twitter.
I think everyone knows the difference between attacking someone as an anonymous source and providing details on a policy announcement to reporters in an effort to provide information and answer media questions
— Jen Psaki (@PressSec) July 2, 2021
But that opened the door to other reporters questioning why she was doing “anonymous briefings” about policy announcements anyway? What would necessitate those being anonymous? Some pointed out this was really an abuse of the point of being anonymous, which is supposed to only be to protect a source
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