Thursday, August 22, 2013

Christopher Lane: White House Clueless (Video)

Josh Earnest, White House principal deputy press secretary, gave an absolutely awful response to an excellent question.

Here's video:

From Caroline May, the Daily Caller:

Josh Earnest, principal deputy White House press secretary, said he was not familiar with the murder of Australian jogger Chris Lane during Wednesday’s White House briefing.

When asked by Fox News chief White House correspondent Ed Henry about the Chris Lane case, Earnest responded, “I’m not familiar with it, actually.”
That has to be a lie.
Henry explained the case in brief to Earnest looking for reaction to the Oklahoma shooting death of Lane at the hands of “bored” African-American teens who thought it would be “fun” to kill somebody.

“This sounds like a pretty tragic case. I wouldn’t want to get ahead of the legal process here and it’s clear that law enforcement officials are involved and are investigating,” Earnest said. “But any act of violence is something that — the president I think himself has spoken pretty eloquently about violence in our communities and he stood at this podium a few weeks ago where he talked about his concern about the impact that violence is having on, in particular, young people in this country.”
Oh, nooooo! Don't "get ahead of the legal process." Obama never does that.

Right. What a load!

Henry pressed Earnest, noting that the President spoke about slain teen Trayvon Martin in the Rose Garden and in the briefing room.

“Why hasn’t [the president] spoken out about this? In this case, you said there was a judicial proceeding. There was one in the Trayvon Martin case. He spoke out extensively on that one,” Henry said.

“There are some people in this room I don’t thing who would agree with you that the president spoke out extensively on it,” Earnest responded.
WHAT? That is crazy.

Obama didn't speak out extensively on Trayvon Martin?

Oh, come on!

Obama knows he has control of the Leftist media. They'll do their best to bury the Lane case.


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