Biden Pick Resorts To VIOLENCE After Reporter’s Question

These are the kinds of people he wants in his administration.

Joe Biden’s pick to head the Office of Management and Budget, Neera Tanden, was recently revealed to have allegedly “punched” a reporter for asking Hillary Clinton a simple question.

When asked about the violence, Tanden simply stated, “I didn’t slug him, I pushed him.”

A report from The New York Times states:

In 2008, Neera Tanden, then a top aide on Hillary Clinton’s first presidential campaign, accompanied Mrs. Clinton to what was expected to be an easy interview at the Center for American Progress, the influential group founded by top Clinton aides. But Faiz Shakir, the chief editor of the think tank’s ThinkProgress website, asked Mrs. Clinton a question about the Iraq war, an issue dogging her candidacy because she had supported it.

Ms. Tanden responded by circling back to Mr. Shakir after the interview and, according to a person in the room, punching him in the chest.

“I didn’t slug him, I pushed him,” a still angry Ms. Tanden corrected in a recent interview.

To resort to violence from someone asking a simple question is ridiculous. Biden wants these kinds of people to be working for him. This is the reason that if Biden does become president, America will fall dramatically.

Read the whole article here.

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  1. GomeznSA

    Whether she ‘pushed’ him or did indeed ‘punch’ him is irrelevant. She sought him out (premeditation)for an unwanted physical attack. While it is likely no charges were filed, the fact that she has such a low level of impulse control shows a flaw in her character.