Jake Tapper Calls Out Peter Doocy Question to Jen Psaki
CNN’s Jake Tapper call out Fox News’ Peter Doocy on Friday and ask your question to the White House press secretary Jen Psaki was “reserved for a lie.”
Doocy ask Psaki about comments from the White House about combating Covid-19 misinformation on Facebook, asking, “How long has the Administration been monitoring people’s Facebook profiles looking for vaccine misinformation? “
“That’s a pretty loaded and inaccurate question,” Psaki replied, and the two clashed over the issue. Doocy asked about dozens of individuals brought up by the authorities and whether they “knew that someone at the surgeon’s office was reviewing their records.”
“There is no secret list,” Psaki replied. “I will tell you that these are people who are sharing information on public platforms on Facebook.”
On CNN at the end of the day, Tapper gave Report about researchers identifying “dozens of misinformation” featuring individuals making false and misleading claims about the covid-19 vaccine on Facebook, which is what Psaki cited in comments during Thursday’s briefing.
During the panel segment, Tapper asked if there was “a problem here with the White House telling private companies what content is allowed and what isn’t.”
He also specifically mentions the exchange between Doocy and Psaki:
At the same meeting, someone from Fox, which also has a lot of people saying things that aren’t true about vaccines, asked a question in the face of the lie, which was that the White House went through everyone’s Facebook pages. people and privacy. information to make this list. It’s not true. But, once again, we see yet another example of deception entering the airwaves. But, again, the Fox reporter has every right to lie or be confused about this.
chairman Joe Biden was asked about the apparent misinformation following Friday’s briefing, and he says platforms like Facebook are “killing people”.
You can watch it above, via CNN.
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CNN’s Jake Tapper Calls Out Fox’s Peter Doocy: His Facebook Question to Psaki Was ‘Premised on a Lie’