Recent reports of Biden’s behind-the-scenes rage at his communications team amid a tumultuous presidency and failed messaging could explain a recent exodus of high-level White House staffers.
Or perhaps these people just want to abort the sinking ship.
Either way, another senior communications staffer has resigned, raising serious questions about what’s really going on behind Biden’s veil of secrecy.
Communications Director Kate Bedingfield, whose history with President Joe Biden dates back to his days as vice president, is expected to leave the administration this month in order to “spend more time with her family.”
Bedingfield is credited with the major leftward shift in Biden’s messaging and his constant appeal to progressives. She also played a major role in the passing of the $1.9 trillion China Virus spending package and the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill. White House chief of staff Ron Klain went so far as to say Bedingfield is responsible for Biden’s 2020 ‘victory.’
“Without Bedingfield’s talent and tenacity, Donald Trump might still be in the White House,” Klain said.
“She played a huge role in everything the president has achieved — from his second term as vice president, through the campaign, and since coming to the White House,” Klain added. Journal.
If that’s truly the case, and Bedingfield did in fact play such a major role, then her tenure was truly a failure.
Let’s rewind and take a second to remember some of the most prominent messaging failures coming from the Biden White House:
1. Afghanistan wouldn’t fall to the Taliban.
2. Vladimir Putin and his military invasion of Ukraine are solely responsible for skyrocketing gas prices and historic levels of inflation.
3. The US-Mexico border is safe, secure, and humane.
These three missteps alone are grounds for impeachment, at least it is if you’re Donald Trump, so any attempt to paint Bedingfield as a political genius is truly nonsensical.
When Jen Psaki stepped down as the White House press secretary, there was speculation that Bedingfield would replace her at the podium. Instead, Karine Jean-Pierre became the president’s top spokeswoman. Another longtime Biden aide, Anita Dunn, rejoined the administration to revamp the communications shop.
Which liberal network do you think offered Bedingfield the most lucrative contract?
Author: Monica Hedren