As Democrats shamelessly pursue their partisan, and likely unconstitutional, impeachment of a former U.S. president for allegedly ‘inciting an insurrection,’ President Joe Biden has appointed an avowed enemy of the police to be Deputy Spokesperson at the State Department. In a September 2016 Facebook post, Jalina Porter said: “The largest threat to U.S. national security are U.S. cops.”
Not content with only being rhetorical, Porter added her sincere conviction that America’s cops were the largest threat to the United States, including all foreign threats. According to the The Washington Free Beacon she specified: “Not ISIS, not Russian hackers, not anyone or anything else.”
Her unhinged rant continued:
If ya’ll don’t wake up and rise up to this truth, the genocide against Blacks in America will continue until we are near extinct. That’s not the world I seek to live in or create for myself and those around me.
I am calling out the majority because this means you need to take action…in your communities, churches, classrooms, and with your Members of Congress…
Porter previously served as a congressional staff member for Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Calif., and former Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-La., who is now a senior White House adviser to President Biden.
At the time she wrote the post, Porter was working for the left-leaning Truman National Security Project, a nonprofit national security and foreign policy think tank that once employed Hunter Biden. And now she is the Deputy Spokesperson for the United States Department of State.
She does, however, bring other talents to the job. According to the Free Beacon, “Porter is also a former dancer for the NFL’s Oakland Raiders and the NBA’s Washington Wizards.”
The Free Beacon concludes:
The resurfaced comments could complicate the State Department’s messaging as it seeks to challenge Iran’s nuclear buildup, continue the fight against ISIS, and shape its response to the many ongoing national security threats posed by China, Russia, and the Islamic Republic.
How anyone with these views could be appointed to any part of the U.S. foreign or national security establishment is the big question. Whether Biden will keep her now that her outrageous remarks have surfaced is the next question.