Joe Biden State Department Appointee Said Cops The Largest Threat to U.S. National Security, Not ISIS

A New York City police officer watching over the barricaded city streets during a food festival/street parade.

WASHINGTON, DC –  When Joe Biden appointed Jalina Porter to be the communications director for the U.S. State Department, he no doubt knew her stance against America’s law enforcement men and women.

“The largest threat to U.S. national security are U.S. Cops,” State Department Spokeswoman Jalina Porter said. “Not ISIS, not Russian hackers, not anything else.”

Porter has been in support of riots across America that have lead to assaults and attacks against police officers.

“If ya’ll don’t wake up and rise to this truth, the genocide against Blacks in America will continue until we’re nearly extinct,” she added.

Porter, just two years ago called Nick Sandmann, the young man wrongfully accused by CNN and the Washington Post of being a “young terrorist”.  She also took a shot at this weekend’s NFL Superbowl quarterback Tom Brady.  Sandmann eventually sued the networks for defamation and won his cases against both.  The networks depicted Sandmann as a radical trump antagonizer, but it turned out he was actually the victim in the exchange.

Porter has since made her Twitter account private to hide her posts about unity and togetherness.  She is expected to maintain the Biden line in her new role as State Department press secretary.


Biden pick for deputy State Dept. spokesperson once called cops "biggest national security threat"

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