— Matthew Young (@chesswiz77) June 1, 2016
— John Galt (@JohnGalt0507) June 1, 2016
pls print https://t.co/hvHqYQRufW
— Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) June 1, 2016
As Twitchy told you, today, the State Department copped to editing video of a 2013 Iran Deal press conference, despite denying anything of the sort only a few weeks ago. As spokesman John Kirby claimed, State officials don’t know who ordered the editing job, and they’re not terribly interested in investigating the matter any further.
But Jen Psaki, the former State Department spokeswoman whose response to James Rosen was cut in that video, insists she doesn’t know anything about any of this stuff:
I had no knowledge of nor would I have approved of any form of editing or cutting my briefing transcript on any subject while @StateDept
— Jen Psaki (@Psaki44) June 1, 2016
That’s … really not reassuring.
You have lost all credibility. https://t.co/J4jffKHhuv
— Dominic (@newheart200) June 1, 2016
Should have stopped right here. RT @Psaki44 I had no knowledge
— neontaster (@neontaster) June 1, 2016
— Jonathan Langdale (@jlangdale) June 1, 2016
Fair enough. Then someone circumvented State Dept spox on task her office controls. Very short list. https://t.co/3TB781w9uo
— Omri Ceren (@cerenomri) June 1, 2016
And at the top of that list?
Apparently a rogue but anonymous and undetectable video editing poltergeist is on the loose in the State Department: https://t.co/OW0W2wpTrB
— Doug Powers (@ThePowersThatBe) June 1, 2016