Jen Psaki Furious After Simple Question About Kyle Rittenhouse

(RoyalPatriot.com )- Controversial White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki embarrassed herself yet again recently when confronted by Fox News reporter Peter Doocy about President Joe Biden’s disgraceful campaign ad that branded Kyle Rittenhouse a “white supremacist.”

Rittenhouse shot and killed two people during the Antifa and Black Lives Matter riots in Kenosha in August last year. The two people who died in the attack had lunged at Rittenhouse and physically assaulted him, and a third pointed a handgun at Rittenhouse before being shot in the bicep by the young man and surviving.

In the ongoing trial, the single survivor admitted under oath that Rittenhouse only shot him after he pointed a handgun at him – suggesting that Rittenhouse was acting in self defense.

And while during the 2020 presidential election the trial had not yet begun and not everybody had seen all of the evidence, Biden chose to use footage of Rittenhouse and slam him as a “white supremacist” despite there being zero evidence that Rittenhouse has any white supremacist political beliefs at all.

Even after the trial, Biden hasn’t walked back the false claim. The video is still available online and you can see it in the tweet below.

When Peter Doocy asked Psaki about this, she proved just how contemptible the White House is – and how willing she is to lie by omission.

“What I can reiterate for you is the President’s view that we shouldn’t have, broadly speaking, vigilantes patrolling our communities with assault weapons. We shouldn’t have opportunities, corrupting peaceful protests by writing and burning down the communities they claim to represent anywhere in the country,” she said.

Uh…what?

That isn’t an answer.

She then refused to comment on an ongoing case, even though her comment wouldn’t affect the case in any way.

See for yourself:

https://rumble.com/vp998h-peter-doocy-grills-psaki-on-biden-calling-kyle-rittenhouse-a-white-supremac.html

Is this the most disingenuous administration in American history?