This Valerie Jarrett tweet from March of 2017 about the Obama administration surveilling U.S. citizens seems kinda sorta relevant now that we know what we know … doncha think?
Check out statement from Kevin Lewis, spokesperson to former President Obama. Enough said. pic.twitter.com/OTEQiVOHvh
— Valerie Jarrett (@ValerieJarrett) March 4, 2017
‘Enough said,’ she said.
Welp, apparently there was a whole lot more to be said that she didn’t include.
Luckily Sharyl Attkisson was more than happy to bring some issues with the tweet and the statement to Valerie’s attention.
This may be true.
On the other hand, secretly issued presidential directives (by any president) can be classified and come with cover stories and permission to lie about the truth if discovered.https://t.co/weyJZvlXe8 https://t.co/Aw0C3EeuaB
— Sharyl Attkisson?️♂️ (@SharylAttkisson) April 25, 2019
— Mark Richardson (@mark16001) April 25, 2019
The great and powerful Oz has spoken!
Nothing to see here.
— ClearView (@ClearPointView) April 25, 2019
Lawyer speak, Obama white house famous for. May literally correct, but meant to mislead.
— Tim TLS Coach (@TimTLSCoach1) April 25, 2019
And notice no longer bothering to say it didn’t happen.
— Doug E Fresh (@dgerstner33) April 25, 2019
Nah, they’re too busy trying to push the ‘Trump obstructed justice’ angle since the whole collusion thing fell through.
Just like her or Susan Rice went on the Sunday shows the weekend after and lied about Benghazi
— Luke Rattler (@LukeRattler) April 25, 2019
Susan Rice herself went on FIVE SHOWS to lie about it.
Enough said? How precious is that.
Surely she doesn't actually think a spokesperson, a job that has spinning for the press as one of it's primary responsibilities, has that sort of authority over people's thinking?
— NKR (@NKR_II) April 25, 2019
C’mon now, the Obama admin was completely scandal-free … the media says so.