Accuracy in Media

Former Obama White House press secretary Jay Carney said on CNN’s New Day Tuesday that Obama’s presidency was completely scandal-free.

Carney was asked by New Day co-host Alisyn Camerota what he thought Obama’s legacy is beyond not having any personal-life scandals?

“I think that it was scandal-free beyond his personal life,” Carney said. “The man’s integrity, his decency and his optimism about America that he embodied and pursued, I think will be his legacy.”

Carney added that working for Obama was a very profound experience, knowing that the values emanating from the top were “patriotic and pure” in a way that had become seemingly rare in modern American politics.

“It was an honest and sincere effort driven towards the idea of making America better and improving the lives of everyday Americans.” Carney said.

Camerota then pushed back against Carney’s assertions, stating that Republicans certainly don’t think the Obama administration was scandal-free.

Carney sounds a lot like Obama-bot Valerie Jarrett who said that the President was very proud of the fact that there hasn’t been a scandal under his watch.

Both Carney and Jarrett have seemingly blocked from their collective memories Benghazi, Clinton’s private email server, the IRS targeting of Tea Party groups, etc.

Revisionist history is alive and well in Obama world.





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Comments

  • Tbear

    Really: Can you say:
    Benghazi, Fast and Furious gunrunning, Solyndra and green energy subsidies for campaign donors, cash for Iranian hostages, IRS targeting of conservative groups, spying on journalists, Hillary Clinton’s private email server, the Veterans Administration disaster, trading deserter
    Bowe Bergdahl for five Taliban leaders held in Guantánamo, droning American citizens without due process, and firing inspector general Gerald Walpin for investigating an Obama crony who was abusing federal programs https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/aa6786009ab56515c060553302ba3d5fe46ea060ba1872f04f79a8ef1ce256c6.jpg

  • Rookie

    BTW, what does he do for a living now? No doubt some big K Street firm?