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Jen Psaki Makes Mainstream
Reporters Forget About
the Border Crisis
Using a Jedi Mind Trick

Jen Psaki doing a Jedi Mind Trick

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Last week, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki denied that there was a crisis at the southern US border.

Fox News’ Peter Doocy responded by citing reports from Customs and Border Protection, which stated that a staggering number of people are crossing the border illegally, and the rate is increasing.

However, Psaki simply waved her hand, and mumbled, “These are not the immigrants you’re looking for.”

The rest of the press corps, in unison, dutifully chanted, “These are not the immigrants we’re looking for.”

She waved again and said, “We can go about our press conference.”

They then chanted: “They can go about their press conference.”

Then, with the rest of the press corps sitting in blissful silence, Psaki went back to telling everyone how evil Trump was.

The Force can have a strong influence on the weak-minded.

- The Satirized Evening Post
May 10, 2021








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