White House COVID coverup

Jen Psaki, White House Press Secretary, occasionally receives an unfavorable question. It doesn’t often happen with the corporate media members who make up practically all of the White House press corps, but Psaki is eager to show how difficult she can be in return when it does.

On July 23, Psaki was forced to deal with an unpleasant topic. She was pressed on why the Biden administration is refusing to reveal how many people inside the White House are infected with COVID.

It is believed that there is a current spike in infections that may be the result of the visit from renegade Texas Democratic state legislators who fled Austin to delay a vote there on a state election integrity law.

Psaki was asked, “This administration has long claimed that you’re trying to be the most transparent in history. If that’s the case, why don’t you release the number of breakthrough cases that you have with vaccinated staffers?”

She fumbled through a non-response, saying the country is in “a very different place” than six or seven months ago.

The reporter pressed on, asking, “Why not just provide the number? Are you trying to hide something?”

Through a look of disbelief, Psaki quipped, “Why do you need to have that information?”

The reporter answered Psaki with, “Transparency. The interest of the public. A better understanding of how breakthrough cases work here in the White House.”

Psaki then failed to answer the question and instead rambled into a statement of how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention manages COVID tracking everywhere other than inside the White House.

The clear message is that the White House believes there is no reason for the public to inquire about a suspected COVID outbreak among vaccinated personnel or other people inside the facility.

Whether the administration fears that accurate reporting will complicate its carefully constructed vaccine narrative is left to the imagination of concerned Americans. However, when exact numbers are finally revealed, the White House policy of denial and secrecy is bound to cause more problems than it avoids.

Hawaii Emergency Hoax

A note to my friends… So someone in the state of Hawaii Emergency Management did a whoopsie and pressed the button sending an emergency alert out that they were going to be struck by an incoming missile. Then it took the incompetents 38 minutes to say, oh we made a mistake you’re not going to be annihilated. Well keeping in mind that North Korea’s ability to send a missile to Hawaii would only take 20 minutes I could see and understand the panic. My point on this is maybe Hawaii which is run by democrats should spend less time and money resisting every effort President Trump makes to make their state safer along with the rest of the country. Perhaps instead of having their attorney general file lawsuits on situations such as the travel bans just so they can resist against the President maybe it would be great if they put their money into training with their state employees so they don’t cause total chaos by being so incompetent. No excuse for what happened and there’s no way that media should blame President Trump or the federal government when this was strictly a state error. Maybe your administration should start trying do something to protect the country instead of fighting President Trump at every turn or maybe the voters will vote you out. This one’s on you Hawaii. Liberals can’t have it both ways.