Liars Never Win (@liars_never_win) August 08, 2013
Both NBC’s Andrea Mitchell and Internet powerhouse Matt Drudge seem to have come to the same conclusion: if you want any answers from the Obama administration, your only chance is to hope that Jay Leno brings up your question during one of his annual televised chats with the president.
White House spokesman Jay Carney’s indefatigable ability to “appreciate” reporters’ questions while refusing to address them has been hilariously documented, but with all of those phony scandals piling up, both the press corps and the public are less and less amused by whatever it is that Carney does for a living. While our ongoing investigation into Carney’s incompetence continues, we’d refer you to these citizens for comment.
Jay Carney says "I have no information." Yeah thanks for the f***ing newsflash on that Jay. We're all stunned that you have no information.—
DepressiveBlogger69 (@AceofSpadesHQ) August 08, 2013
Last Friday’s White House briefing was canceled due to a chance of questions about those Benghazi survivors who say they’re being intimidated into silence, but Carney did at last address CNN’s bombshell report today. It turns out he has no information on the subject.
The briefings do serve some purpose. Carney used one recently to clarify exactly which of the many scandals plaguing the president are the phony ones. What else do you people want?
Seriously, though, what purpose do the White House press briefings serve?—
T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) August 08, 2013
Why is Jay Carney employed? My 12-year old could do a better job.—
RMB (@ReneeMBA4) August 08, 2013
Get ready for a flash flood of information tomorrow as the man himself steps up to the teleprompter before heading to Martha’s Vineyard.
President Obama just told reporters he will have a news conference on Friday before he heads out on vacation — it was widely expected—
Ed Henry (@edhenryTV) August 08, 2013
The last Obama solo news conference was April 30 when he said "rumors of my demise may be a little exaggerated"—
Jamie Dupree (@jamiedupree) August 08, 2013