White House press secretary Jen Psaki responded by Mitch McConnell calling for a free voting campaign in his opposition.
Psaki said in McConnell’s reply, “It is strange if making it difficult to vote does not stop the voices of the people, the words that Sen. McConnell used, then I do not know what they are. I also think it is important to note here when you look behind Sen. McConnell, he has a good reputation advocating for the right to vote. “
Psaki used McConnell’s words to support the right to vote against him, in addition to reading his notes.
The journalist concluded, “I use these examples to remind the people that this should not be a matter of protecting their voting rights, of the people defending and representing the American people politically. That is what we are striving to do.”
Mitch McConnell was wrong. Pushing to vote is not a riot. In response the old white male Republican party is trying to stay in power by harassing voters by making it difficult for anyone who is not one of them to vote.
Jen Psaki is an assistant journalist for the White House because she is not afraid to tell the truth or convert Republicans.
Psaki cited McConnell’s fraud, and it would be good for the media to eat it McConnell why his position has changed so much.
Mr. Easley is the editor-in-chief. He is also the White House Press Pool and a DRM correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on human policy, and human management skills.
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