White House Press secretary Sean Spicer issued a denial of his previous denial which he had previously denied in as formal denial, which he denied denying. It was a day of denials. During the course of the press conference, Spicer would issue a total of 87 denials of the previous day’s denials, which he denied denying.
What does that have to do with the current discrepancy between government spending on the military as opposed to social programs? Absolutely nothing. Neither does this article.
However, one should not let those run far from view.
“I absolutely did not say that, Jim.” Spicer raged at a reporter during a press briefing.
“You want me to play the tape?” the CNN scribe countered.
“You are missing the point, Jim. You are just looking at the process and not the answer. Why not just wash the dishes and ignore the dinner all together.”
“What does that have to do with Russia?”
“I didn’t say it did.”
“You brought it up.”
“No, I didn’t.”
This reflects the current state of American politics. As the world looks for leaders in unsteady times, Sean Spicer plays the games of denial and Hide the Bologna Scrabble edition.
Later, Spicer would issue a denial that he was Sean Spicer.
“Who are you, then?” CNN’s Jim Acosta inquired.
“That’s just like you, Jim,” Spicer admonished. “You are asking questions about the process and totally ignoring the answer.”