Liberal White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki is under fire for tweeting a homophobic slur at Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham back in August of 2020.
“LadyG” is a reference to conspiracy theories that have swirled around about Graham’s sexuality.
See tweet below:
“Very disappointed someone in her position would embrace this style politics,” Graham spokesman Kevin Bishop said in a statement to the Daily Caller. “It says more about her than it does about Senator Graham.”
“Homophobia and intolerance from the Left is growing,” tweeted Richard Grenell. “This should be widely condemned. @PressSec“
Check out the tweet below:
Homophobia and intolerance from the Left is growing.
— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) February 3, 2021
The Biden administration is trying very hard to make it seem that they care about rights for LGBTQ people. On January 21st, Biden signed an executive order allegedly fighting discrimination on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation.
Keep in mind, Biden was anti-gay marriage for almost all of his political career and now his press secretary was caught tweeting anti-gay rhetoric.
“Every person should be treated with respect and dignity and should be able to live without fear, no matter who they are or whom they love,” the order said.
“Adults should be able to earn a living and pursue a vocation knowing that they will not be fired, demoted, or mistreated because of whom they go home to or because how they dress does not conform to sex-based stereotypes,” the order added.
Psaki also has a disgusting history of strong anti-Trump rhetoric against him and his supporters.
“Trump supporters are the worst no [question],” she tweeted in February of 2020.
Check out what the Daily Caller reports:
In December, top Biden aide Jen O’Malley Dillon also drew fire for calling Republicans “a bunch of fuckers.”
“In the primary, people would mock him, like, ‘You think you can work with Republicans?’” she said in an interview with Glamour Magazine.
“I’m not saying they’re not a bunch of fuckers,” she continued. “Mitch McConnell is terrible. But this sense that you couldn’t wish for that, you couldn’t wish for this bipartisan ideal? He rejected that.”
O’Malley Dillon later said that she “used some words that” she “probably could have chosen better,” Politico reported.
“The point that I was really making,” she added, “is an incredibly important point. And that really is about the president-elect and why he was supported by over 81 million people, and what they were looking for.”
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