Biden State Dept. spox said COPS were ‘largest threat’ to national security, ‘not ISIS, not Russian hackers’

While the corrupt media establishment sells their guy, President Joe Biden, as a moderate looking to bridge the right and left in a show if unity, a bevy of executive orders says different, as does many of the individuals being tapped to work in the new administration.

In a clear sign that this is no longer the Trump administration, the State Department’s new deputy spokesperson believes the “largest threat to U.S. national security are U.S cops.”



That’s according to a screenshot of a Sept. 20, 2016, Facebook post from Jalina Porter, obtained by The Washington Free Beacon — the comments appear to be in reference to the release of video footage of Terence Crutcher being shot and killed by a Tulsa police officer responding to reports of an abandoned vehicle in the road.

“An unarmed Black man takes a knee for justice, bigots riot,” Porter allegedly wrote in the Facebook post. “An unarmed black man (with his hands raised) takes a bullet and dies, these same bigots are silent. Explain this to me, please.”

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“The largest threat to U.S. national security are U.S. cops,” she continued. “Not ISIS, not Russian hackers, not anyone or anything else. 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.”

Porter, a former NFL and NBA cheerleader, was working as a communications official for the left-leaning foreign policy think tank Truman National Security Project at the time of the post, according to the Free Beacon.

The think tank also employed the president’s son, Hunter Biden, “quietly” distancing themselves from the younger Biden as his father geared up his presidential campaign, the online news source noted.

Now serving as State Department spokesman Ned Price’s deputy, Porter also worked as communications director for former Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-La., who left his role as a lawmaker to join the Biden administration as a White House senior adviser and director of the Office of Public Engagement.

He congratulated Porter back in December for winning the Peace Corps’ Franklin H. Williams Award.

Here’s a quick sampling of online responses to the story that pretty much confirms that we’re not in Kansas anymore:

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