Jen Psaki Bombs: Claims Low-Rated CNN Town Hall Proof That Joe Biden’s Super Smart and Good with Numbers

Joe Biden was on CNN Thursday night. The plan was to sell his alleged “Build” “Back” “Better” plan and instill confidence in the American people that he knows how to do his job. He failed miserably at doing so. The good news for Biden is that, because he was on CNN, not many people watched. The ratings weren’t “Brian Stelter losing to Golden Girls reruns bad.” But they still stunk worse than the last time Joe tricked Merrick Garland to pull his finger. Still, the White House needs to spin that our puddinghead president is more president than puddinghead. The job once again fell on the shoulders of White House Spokesoulessginger Jen Psaki.

Psaki wants the White House to know Joe Biden is efficient with MS Excel.

“What the American people who weren’t watching Tucker Carlson, whatever is on MSNBC, baseball, football, or a rerun of House Hunters saw last night is a super-smart president. Every day he is in the Oval Office eating numbers and crapping spreadsheets. This president works harder than any other current president of the United States. The American people have the utmost confidence in him.”

I get that Chucky’s job is to spin for the White House and that she probably keeps an emergency bottle of tequila in her desk for when Biden makes doing so incredibly difficult. But THIS GUY doesn’t instill confidence in anybody.

The American people don’t find the Biden administration competent in running the country. More and more are discovering what a colossal mistake they made in 2020. There is a reason why the people who control Biden tried to keep him on the closed set across the street from the White House. Leave Biden to his own devices, you get the debacle some people saw Thursday night. It was so bad that the president of the United States is getting fact-checked by HIS OWN WHITE HOUSE. Spin that one away.

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