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Laura Ingraham lambasted the Biden administration for talking points she said constituted propaganda on Monday,
“Everyone knows the Russians, like the Chinese, they are masters of propaganda,” Ingraham said. “They used it to control their people by controlling the flow of information. Yet, unfortunately, in the United States, our current leaders routinely release their own share of propaganda.”
“The Ingraham Angle” host discussed the setting of White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki regarding a meeting between National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan and senior Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi in Rome to discuss the Communist country’s ties with Russia, especially instead of the assault on Ukraine.
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Ingraham criticized Psaki’s summary, saying, “The word the Biden team wants you to remember is ‘intense,’ because Biden’s national security adviser had an intense meeting with a senior Chinese diplomat.”
PSAKI said, “It was an intense seven-hour session reflecting the gravity of the moment, and it was an opportunity to be very clear about what you heard our national security adviser convey publicly, but more directly about the consequences.”
Russia has asked China for financial aid, even military equipment, according to US officials. The White House argued that filling in Russia would have consequences.
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However, according to Ingraham, “China yawned”.
“Now in Washington, when a high-level meeting fails and produces no deliverables…you send in a spokesperson to turn things around.”
Ingraham then criticized State Department spokesman Ned Price for his spin.
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Price said: “We have been very clear, both privately with Beijing, publicly with Beijing, that there will be consequences… We will not allow any country to compensate Russia.”
“Nice try,” Ingraham said. “None of these threats amount to anything other than a huge bluff.”