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Jen Psaki is both Joe Biden’s press secretary and one of the few people I would not wish on my enemy in a time that requires warmth and compassion.

When asked if the White House could comment on the death of Bishop Evans, the 22-year-old National Guard specialist who drowned trying to save two migrants, a callous Jen Psaki said, “of course [the White House’s] heart goes out to his family and his loved ones.”

Evans went missing on Friday following his selfless efforts to rescue two migrants who appeared to be drowning while trying to cross a river in Mexico that went into the United States.


When asked if the White House feels any responsibility for the death of the National Guardsman, Psaki did what Psaki does: Blamed former President Donald Trump.

“I would say dial it back a few years to what we inherited here. The former president invested billions of dollars in a border wall that would never work or be effective instead of working towards comprehensive immigration reform. As part of the president’s proposal, he proposed investing in smarter security at the border, something he’d be happy to work with governors on. Certainly, we’re open to having that conversation whenever they’re ready to do that.”

BlazeTV host Pat Gray of “Pat Gray Unleashed” discussed this story on Tuesday and pointed out the tragic circumstances that could have been avoided if the Biden administration would close the borders and discourage illegal migration to the United States.

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