Psaki’s ‘Margarita Moment’ Reveals Biden Admin Has No Answers

White House press secretary Jen Psaki offered an interesting response to dealing with the stress of the Biden administration, giving a take that reveals Democrats have no answers for the freefall of the left’s policies.

“So my advice to everyone out there who’s frustrated, sad, angry, pissed off. Feel those emotions. Go to a kickboxing class. Have a margarita. Do whatever you need to do this weekend and then wake up on Monday morning,” Psaki said.

“We’ve got to keep fighting,” she added.

Are you serious? Kickboxing? A margarita? This is the best the White House can give us to deal with the disasters of Biden’s first year?

No wonder Democrats are concerned the midterms are going to be a slaughter for their party. The unity and hope Biden promised has become disunity and “nope” as he enters year two.

Some have asked the question, is there anything Biden hasn’t messed up? The question holds a lot of truth to it. Every time a problem arises, his response seems to make it worse.

In many cases, where there was not a problem he has created one. This is true on the border crisis and gas prices. It’s also true on worker shortages and the supply crisis. It’s not Covid holding us back, it’s Biden.

Check out the video and see how far the nation has fallen in such a short time in the latest “advice” from Psaki.


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