Wow Psaki Backs Biden’s Hate Speech Against Americans

Biden made a promise during his inauguration—As it turns out, it would be the first of many he couldn’t keep. Biden vowed to unite the country and be the president for all Americans. Since taking office he has had a clear agenda and it has nothing to do with unity. Just look at how he slammed conservates this week, calling them “Ultra-MAGA crowd.”

A reporter pressed Psaki about Biden’s failed promise and how he can unite a country while slamming half of it. ‘You can do both’, was Psaki’s responce.

Psaki made the comments during Monday’s press briefing — responding to NPR’s Tamara Keith, who asked how Biden’s recent attacks aimed at the “Ultra-MAGA” Republicans would “jive” with his promise to represent all Americans and support bipartisanship.

“The President and you have talked about ‘the MAGA crowd’ or the ‘ultra-MAGA.’ How does that jive with his desire to be the bipartisan guy?” Keith asked.

“The President’s view is you can do both. He believes that there is work we can continue to do together,” Psaki insisted, mentioning the bipartisan Innovation Act and saying that there were other pieces of legislation where the parties could find common ground and move forward.

“That can build on the nearly 80 bills that we signed into law last year that are bipartisan,” Psaki continued. “But he is also not going to stand by and not call out what he sees as ‘Ultra-MAGA’ behavior, ‘Ultra-MAGA’ policies that are out of the mainstream of the country and are not in the interest of the American people, whether that is efforts to prevent a woman from making choices about her own health care or whether that is Chairman Scott’s policy and proposals that would raise taxes on people making less that $100,000 a year.”

“He’s going to continue to call that out,” Psaki concluded, adding, “But he believes there’s still a path to move forward on where we have agreement.”

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Q    Thank you.  The President and you have talked about the “MAGA crowd” or the “ultra-MAGA.”  How does that jive with his desire to be the bipartisan guy?

MS. PSAKI:  Well, the President’s view is you can do both.  He believes that there is work we can continue to do together.   We’re actively advocating for — he was out traveling in — just last Friday on the Bipartisan Innovation Act.  We believe that needs to move forward; it should move forward.  And that can be — can build on the nearly 80 bills that we signed into law last year that are bipartisan.

But he’s also not going to stand by and not call out what he sees as ultra-MAGA behavior, ultra-MAGA policies that are out of the mainstream of the country and are not in the interest of the American people, whether that is efforts to prevent a woman from making choices about her own healthcare or whether that is Chairman Scott’s policy and proposals on — that would raise taxes on people making less than $100,000 a year.

He’s going to continue to call that out.  But he believes there is still a path to move forward on where we have an agreement.

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