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Jen Psaki On NBC’s Meet The Press: ‘Please, Hunter Biden…Stop Talking In Public”


During a panel discussion regarding the impeachment inquiry against Hunter Biden, former White House Press Secretary and current MSNBC host Jen Psaki let loose on what she (and probably her former comrades at the White House) think of Hunter’s Capitol press conference prior to blowing off his scheduled closed-door testimony: to wit, very little.

Watch as Psaki, in no uncertain terms, conveys her desire for the younger Biden to remain quiet and “go away”:


SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18th, 2023:

KRISTEN WELKER: Jen Psaki. You had this surprise press conference by Hunter Biden? Did it help or did it hurt?

JEN PSAKI: Look, I think if you’re sitting in the White House right now, you’re like, “Please, Hunter Biden. We know your dad loves you. Please stop talking in public.” This is not helpful to any of them for him to be out there. But at the same time, the president loves his son- that takes precedent(sic) over anything else, that is appealing. I’m thinking of the woman in your focus group who talked about family. He loves his son…

WELKER: Hmmmmmm…

PSAKI: …he loves his family, he’s worried about his mental health but, yes, the White House would like him to probably go away right now.

There is so much in that clip that reveals what is wrong with the state of media today. The incestuousness, the valuation of access, and the rank partisanship. Here again, the purest, truest victim of Hunter Biden’s illegalities is the reelection prospects of his father. His loving, doting father.

If you watch closely, Psaki laid out a crisis comms strategy in real time. Muzzle Hunter (good luck), and go to “a father’s love”. Oh, and make Hunter go away.

Watch that playbook unfold over the next few weeks, as the impeachment inquiry proceeds and Hunter Biden is arraigned over his tax charges.

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