The list of people Kyle Rittenhouse can now sue for defamation just keeps growing, and Jen Psaki, press secretary for the Biden administration can now be added to the list.
“Newly-acquitted Kyle Rittenhouse could sue White House press secretary Jen Psaki for defamation, following her claim Tuesday afternoon that he was linked to the Proud Boys and her implication that he was a violent ‘white supremacist,'” reported Breitbart News.
“Psaki dodged a question about whether President Joe Biden’s would apologize for his claim in 2020 that Rittenhouse was a ‘white supremacist,’ despite the complete lack of evidence, and recent suggestions of a looming defamation lawsuit,” reported Breitbart News.
The prosecution did not present any evidence of ‘white supremacist’ affiliations during the entire Rittenhouse trial.
During the trial, Psaki referred to Rittenhouse as a ‘vigilante,’ rather than taking the opportunity to help President Biden out with an explanation or apology for his accusation against Rittenhouse.
“Fox News’ Peter Doocy asked Psaki whether the president would apologize, given Rittenhouse’s acquittal, and the lack of any evidence that Rittenhouse was a white supremacist,” reported Breitbart News.
“Rather than answer the question, Psaki attempted to blame former President Donald Trump for the violence, claiming that he had ‘actively’ supported white supremacists and militia groups during his presidency, and that the violence involving Rittenhouse was a consequence,” according to Breitbart News.
Sigh. The Biden administration is full of blame shifters who can’t seem to just admit when they’ve made a mistake.
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