Imperial Leader Joe Biden threw official palace spokesunit Jen Psaki under the political bus. Now that the liberal left doesn’t have Donald Trump to blame all their mistakes on, the occupants of the Imperial Palace have been at each other’s throats. From the top down, they’re trying to do unto others before those others do unto them.
Biden afraid of teachers
Imperial Leader Joe Biden must have some serious emotional hangups related to his childhood teachers. He’ll do anything to avoid upsetting them. On Tuesday night, he stabbed official palace press secretary Jen Psaki in the back for telling the public what his plan was.
As soon as the heat was turned on by teachers unions, he walked it all back. Now, he’s trying to explain what it is they are really going to do in a way that parents won’t want to dismember him limb-from-limb. The result is typical Biden babble that has no meaning at all.
When Jen Psaki made the announcement that His Wisdom was hoping to have at least half the schools open “at least one day per week” by the end of his first 100 days, parents came unglued. They aren’t professional educators and some families are starting to look like the one Stephen King wrote about in “The Shining.”
Officially, the palace admits “that goal was criticized as unambitious as it had essentially already been met by school districts partially opening on their own.” Not only that, Trump was responsible. That goal was met before Biden usurped office.
The real reason for the Biden flip-flop is, according to Fox, “speculation that the White House was trying to avoid upsetting teachers’ unions, which are a major force in the Democratic Party and have in many cases strongly opposed school reopening efforts.”
His Wisdom decided to shoot the messenger. At CNN’s “town hall” broadcast Tuesday night, he explained that “Psaki was not correct in saying that having half of schools open one day per week — essentially getting schools 10% open overall — is the White House’s goal for the end of its first 100 days.”
The definition of ‘open’
Imperial Leader Biden fully admits that Psaki did report those figures but “that’s not true.” There was “a mistake in the communication.” He doesn’t do a real good job of correcting it though. Most Americans are still trying to figure out exactly what he was trying to say.
“What I’m talking about is I said opening the majority of schools in K-through-eighth grade because they’re the easiest to open, the most needed to be opened, in terms of the impact on children and families having to stay home.”
What Biden doesn’t explain is how many days those schools will be open or what about the high schools. Still he gives his Imperial word that “I think we’ll be close to that at the end of the first hundred days.”
Folks scratch their heads wondering, “close to what?” and “how is that any different from what Psaki said?”
Faux news even pointed out that “Biden did not specifically say what his definition of an open K-8 school at the end of his first 100 days would be.”
Since they became unfair and imbalanced, they now feel the need to add for their progressive viewers that “he did say that schools may be open over the summer to help make up for lost learning for students.” They make sure to note that at least that comment “also contradicted Psaki.”