Psaki Desperately Tries to Hide Proof Of Kamala’s Latest Scandal

Looks like Kamala Harris’s office in the swamp is coming apart at the seams.

After all, what else could explain yet another high-profile departure from an allegedly high-value member of the Harris team?

Symone Sanders, a top adviser to Harris, is set to depart from the vice president’s tentacles by the end of 2022, though the White House was sure to gloss over this rather untimely departure.

“Symone has served honorably for three years … First as a valuable member of the President‘s 2020 presidential campaign, then as a member of his transition team and now deputy assistant to the President and senior advisor/chief spokesperson to the Vice President.” [Source: Fox News]

Now, Sanders is clearly heading somewhere a tad less chaotic, and the chaos is becoming increasingly clear, given the wave of resignations and departures emanating from the vice-president’s disorganized office.

Sanders’s departure is the second high-profile departure from Harris’s office in the past two weeks, as Ashley Etienne, Harris’s former Communications Director, also recently resigned.

Needless to say, all the resignations provided a real boon to Fox News’s Peter Doocy, who pummeled White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki over the vice-president’s apparent inability to retain staff.

“A handful of key aides have announced either that they are leaving the vice president’s office or are reportedly going to be leaving the vice president’s office soon … Is the vice president not satisfied with the staffing that she has had so far? Or do people just not want to work for her anymore?” [Source: The Daily Wire]

Psaki could only spin so much, given the ample evidence in favor of Kamala’s difficulty.

So, what does she do instead? Make general remarks that completely and totally avoid any of Doocy’s questions.

“I would say working on a presidential campaign — maybe covering one too, to be fair — and working in the first year of a White House is grueling and exhausting and rewarding …

I would just note there has been an announcement about Symone Sanders departing but hasn’t been official announcements about others. I would leave it to them and the vice president’s team to make any additional announcements.” [Source: The Daily Wire]


So, Psaki wants to leave other announcements or news to Kamala’s office, much in the same way that she redirects inquiries on Hunter Biden to his own “office,” wherever that questionable locale might be.

Also, it’s rather telling that not even Psaki is aware of whether or not other individuals are fleeing from the incompetent reign of Kamala, as she surely would have insisted that Etienne and Sanders are standalone examples if everyone else planned to stay.

Clearly, everyone else does not plan to stay, though Ms. Psaki is apparently stalling for time in the meantime.

Though Doocy did not let Psaki off that easily after her non-answer, segueing immediately into a more direct question.

“Does the vice president think staff are to blame for her not making meaningful progress on the big things like passing voting rights or addressing the root causes of migration?” [Source: The Daily Wire]

Since the Democrat mantra is to apparently blame everyone but themselves for chaos, one could logically deduce “yes” automatically from Doocy’s questioning.

However, Psaki continued to respond in generalities, which in and of themselves are an answer. After all, if everything is so great, why not answer in specific detail?

“The vice president is grateful to all the staff who served her and also understands the excitement and grueling nature of working on a campaign and working in a White House … And again as I noted earlier, it is also an opportunity to bring in new faces and perspectives which is a very positive thing.” [Source: The Daily Wire]

Judging from anonymous reports of total stress and chaos in Kamala’s office, it seems unlikely that the vice-president is “grateful” for much.

As far as the “new faces” Kamala might recruit? One can only imagine.

Scary times …

Author: Jane Jones