VIDEO: Bob Schieffer to White House Mouthpiece of the Week, Dan Pfeiffer: “Why are you here?”

VIDEO below As we noted during yesterday’s edition of The Teri O’Brien Show, the Obama administration’s designated mouthpiece of the week, White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer made a complete horse’s rear end of himself during his full Ginsberg (all 5 Sunday shows) yesterday. From announcing that “the law is irrelevant,” to saying that Susan Rice deserves an apology because the infamous talking points confirm that she was absolutely telling the truth when they show no such thing, his appearance was a disaster. Check out Mr. Pfeiffer’s appearance from yesterday’s “Face the Nation.” At ~6 minutes, Bob Schieffer asks him about the lack of transparency. Then at 6:46,

When the executive branch does things right, there doesn’t seem to be any hesitancy of the White House to take credit for that. When Osama bin Laden was killed, the President didn’t waste any time getting out– getting out there and telling people about it. But with all of these things, when these things happen, you seem to send out officials many times, who don’t even seem to know what has happened. And I use as an example of that Susan Rice

And then at 8:22, the coups de grace:

But what I’m saying to you is– to you is that was just PR, that was just a PR plan to send out somebody who didn’t know anything about what had happened. Why did you do that? Why didn’t the Secretary of State come and tell us what they knew and if you knew nothing say we don’t know yet? Why didn’t White House Chief of Staff come out? I mean I would, and I mean this is no disrespect to you, why are you here today? Why isn’t the White House Chief of Staff here to tell us what happened?

I I don’t think that the LSM is turning on their messiah. I think that this is just a lovers’ spat, but it’s clear that even they are sick of being force-fed a steady diet of lies from this administration.


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