Jen Psaki Dancing and Ducking

Hijinx

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When you place the lies the WAPO puts out as compared to Biden, it would turn out to look as though Joe doesn't lie much.
 

GURPS

INGSOC
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Dana Loesch Drops a Reality Bomb on Jen Psaki After She Blamed the National Rise in Crime on Gun Owners




“Well, I would say certainly there is a gun problem,” said Psaki.

“There are communities where local violence and community violence is an issue,” she continued. “And that’s one of the reasons we proposed and are now implementing funding for community violence prevention programs across the country.”

Psaki continued to discuss the “hundreds, thousands of people who lose their lives” via gun violence, and that Biden is working with the Senate to push universal background checks and working with states with the “greatest level of activism.”



 
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Hijinx

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How many times does it have to be said. Criminals do not obey laws.
The Congress could pass a hundred new gun laws, but the criminals do not obey them and the only people hurt by them are honest Americans that democrats want to turn into criminals.
 

Gilligan

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Statistics that make ya smile:

March 2021 had 4,691,738 NICS checks – this is the highest month ever on record and an increase of 25% over March of 2020.

We have only had over 4 million NICS checks in a month twice in history: both of them in 2021… January and March of this year.

It should be no surprise that 2020 was a record year for gun sales. If this is any indication of how this year will go, 2021 may be another record breaking year for gun sales.

This also explains why there have been record numbers of people getting their own FFLs
https://gununiversity.com/gun-sales-stats/

I wonder how many guns that are built, not bought, are missing from the totals owned?
 

Hijinx

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Statistics that make ya smile:



https://gununiversity.com/gun-sales-stats/

I wonder how many guns that are built, not bought, are missing from the totals owned?
I wonder how many owners of those guns that were bought this year have any intention of turning them in when the Democrats pass their laws banning them. Banning guns is an open invitation to ignore the law and be prepared to fight to keep them.
 

WingsOfGold

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Yeah because the animals in the ghetto are certainly buying guns legally. :rolleyes: How long can that idiot crunt last before being laughed off stage?
 

Louise

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Yeah because the animals in the ghetto are certainly buying guns legally. :rolleyes: How long can that idiot crunt last before being laughed off stage?
She will be when our beloved Country gets back to the greatest Country in the World in 2022. :patriot:
 

BOP

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How many times does it have to be said. Criminals do not obey laws.
The Congress could pass a hundred new gun laws, but the criminals do not obey them and the only people hurt by them are honest Americans that democrats want to turn into criminals.
Congress is made up mostly of people who think they have the capability to do socialism "right." Unlike all those other places who've tried it in modern times.

I think they need to check their privilege.
 

Kyle

Having a Beer while the world burns!
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Concerns Arise Over Jen Psaki's Physical Health After Her Statement That Biden Is 'Hard To Keep Up With'


 

GURPS

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Psaki Suggests Rapes In Cities, Other Crimes Are Increasing Because Of ‘Gun Violence’




REPORTER: And given everything that is going on — with guns, without guns — does the President still think that this is the best time to end cash bail?

PSAKI: I don’t think I have a — any new position on that for you, but I’m happy to check and see if there’s anything more to report.

REPORTER: So his stated position from his website, which is, basically, end cash bail — he wants to lead a national effort to end cash bail and reform the pretrial system. That stands?

PSAKI: I don’t have a new position for you, but I’m happy to check for you.

REPORTER: And so, for people who are watching who might be worried about a rise in crime, what does the President think is a deterrent to committing a crime if there’s no cash bail in place?

PSAKI: Well, let me give you just a sense to the degree I can, because we’re still finalizing the specifics. There’s been, one, an increase in violent crime over the last 18 months; it’s not just over the last few months. And actually, if you look statistically back, it’s more over the last five years or so. So there’s an initial set of actions the President has announced to date to address gun violence. Back in April, strengthening regulations on ghost guns; stabilizing braces that make firearms more legal [sic] — lethal; investing money in community violence intervention programs — an investment that he thinks can be quite effective. He’s talked about, for decades — and I think you’ll hear him talk about more tomorrow — supporting additional funding for community policing through his budget request, and helping state and local governments keep co- — cops on the beat. So, yes, we believe that a central driver of violence is gun violence and is the use of guns. We’re seeing that statistically in a lot of areas. But he also believes that we need to ensure that state and local governments keep cops on the beat, that we’re supporting community policing, and that’s a key part of it as well.

REPORTER: And just the last one. You just said, again, you guys want to “keep cops on the beat,” but there are reports that big cities are having a very difficult time recruiting officers right now. And there are many other reports that morale is at an all-time low in big police departments. So why does the President think that there’s low morale with police officers on the beat?

PSAKI: I don’t think we’re the right entity to give an assessment of that. I’d certainly look to the police departments to give that assessment. But what I would say to you is that the President has never supported defunding the police. He’s always supported community policing programs. He’s supported giving funding to — to states and localities around the country, including through his American Rescue Plan, because he thinks there is an essential role to play for community policing.
 

Hijinx

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The President feels a great deal of the crime we're seeing is because of gun violence... Why does he think there has been a 30% increase in car thefts in DC, 47% increase in robberies in NYC, or a 98% increase in rapes in Atlanta?

I really don't care what the present faux President thinks. He hasn't been right since November 20, 1942. The day he was born.
Let me give you the right answer. That is Blacks in Democrat cities , Police in black cities afraid to do their jobs because they are not backed up by superiors or politicians, and bad Judges turning criminals loose with minimal sentences or because of Covid. Last but not least Democrats and Joe Biden who are pandering to blacks.

Now call me racist, but before you do show me stats that prove that white crime has increased on a level par with black crime, that white people are shooting people in republican cities, and that whites are increasingly raping women on an equal level to black increases..
 
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