After Reporter Asked if Americans Should Expect Their Christmas Presents Delivered On-Time, Watch Jen Psaki Embarrass Herself

As the supply-chain crisis continues to cripple the United States economy, Jen Psaki is once again deflecting all responsibility from the White House. But today it got even worse.

Today, one reporter asked if Americans can expect to have Christmas presents delivered on-time and Psaki had the nerve to BLAME AMERICANS for the supply-chain crisis because they’re buying too much online. Yes, she blamed the Americans who have been forced by their governments to buy so much online over the past two years due to Covid shutdowns.

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WATCH this video and spread this story if you’re sick of the White House not taking responsibility and blaming Americans for Biden’s crumbling economy.

Just when you thought she couldn’t sink any lower.

Remember, just two weeks ago, Psaki was asked a similar question and she said, “we are not the post office” and blamed the post-office. But today as you just watched, she doubled down and went even further, blaming American citizens for the administration’s failures.

Many on twitter are pointing out that this is a trend:

What do you think? Should the Biden Admin take more responsibility? After all, they have been in office 10 months now.

From Yahoo News:

White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters on Wednesday that despite the Biden administration’s best efforts to deal with global supply-chain issues, it cannot guarantee that packages will arrive on time for Christmas.

Psaki opened Wednesday’s daily press briefing by noting that President Joe Biden had secured key commitments to ensure that shippers operated 24/7 in order to ease holiday backlogs. But there is still no guarantee that packages will arrive on time.

“We are not the Postal Service or UPS or FedEx,” Psaki said. “We cannot guarantee. What we can do is use every lever at the federal government’s disposal to reduce delays.”

“We can’t overpromise here, and I’m not going to do that because we know there are a lot of issues in the global supply chain,” she continued.