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Psaki responds to reporter’s accusation of spying on Facebook profiles

During a July 16 news conference, White House press secretary Jen Psaki responded to questions from Fox News’s Peter Doocy about a new Biden administration effort to combat coronavirus misinformation on social media. Read more: Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube:

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  • JdK 52

    The Washington Post of yesteryear would have actually asked Jen Psaki why the government plans to outsource the violation of our First Amendment rights to massive multinational tech companies. They would ask who is the arbiter of truth in such a scenario and why the government doesn't respect people's individual health-care decisions. Sounds kind of fascistic to me.

  • suvignan pothuraju

    Don't forget Jen Psaki and her now boss Biden has been part of Obama's administration which is infamous for spying on Journalists and weaponzied IRS on Tea party.

  • Deb Sha

    Spying may be the wrong word they are reading public information and it for what ever influence being removed due to content not excepted by government.
    You are are not a doctor or researcher so you are misinforming with your comments it is hear say me.

  • Deb Sha

    NEWS flash the more you push for vaccines the more people are pulling away. Don’t try to control us if we felt safe with your medication and in additional spying we would have had it. The hard you push the less we trust you. And lady I do not trust a word out your mouth.

  • Nur Ich

    My body, my choice.
    Fauci is not my doctor.
    The CDC chick changes her story more often than I change shirts.
    The danger is: wiplash from trying to follow their mood swings oops "guidance."

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