Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has had just about enough of the Biden administration coming after him over COVID19 when the Biden administration’s own COVID19 house is far filthier.
And White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki has had just about enough of the Biden administration getting called out for being awful, especially by politicians who see fit to resort to “partisan name-calling”:
“This is too serious—deadly serious—to be doing partisan name-calling.”
Asked by @sramosABC about Florida Gov. DeSantis calling Pres. Biden a “power-hungry tyrant,” Psaki says DeSantis has taken steps “that are counter to public health recommendations.” https://t.co/4U2SC5B12L pic.twitter.com/iq7OihqfFo
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) August 5, 2021
Yes, we all need to be adults here. We all need to follow the Biden administration’s example and not stoop to partisan name-calling.
— I self-identify as Quiznos (@GlennMDickson) August 5, 2021
“Neanderthals” are bipartisan. https://t.co/vEEvfdpsU2
— Tim Carney (@TPCarney) August 5, 2021
Partisan name calling, like the term “Neanderthal thinking”? https://t.co/zP3HgOKJek
— Hampagne Papi (@Hambonetweets) August 5, 2021
@PressSec Yeah who was it that called the other party Neanderthals again?
— Murph Doggydog (@PanterMurphy93) August 5, 2021
Did she forget her boss called GOP governors neanderthals? I guess it wasn’t “deadly serious” when Biden resorted to “partisan name-calling.”
— NeoUnrealist (@NeoUnrealist) August 5, 2021
I am old enough to remember when Biden called the state of Texas Neanderthals.
— St≡v≡n Christakos | My Electric Adventure (@schristakos) August 5, 2021
Apparently Psaki “forgot” when her boss called the Gov. of Texas a “Neanderthal”…..
— Kev (@kevinicss) August 5, 2021
Her boss called GOP governors Neanderthals but ok https://t.co/crkgpcQS5c
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) August 5, 2021
Look, Fat. That was totally different!
Anyway, Ron DeSantis is right to call Joe Biden a power-hungry tyrant. Biden’s been doing his damnedest to be just that.
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