Two former Obama officials clash on MSNBC
Category: News & PoliticsBy: vic-eldred • 10 months ago • 19 comments
MSNBC offered their indoctrinated viewers another rare treat yesterday as former Obama FEMA administrator got a little hot under the collar and stormed off the set after Andy Slavitt – Obama's former acting administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said that Fugate's comments weren't "helpful." For those unaware of progressive newspeak to say one's comments "weren't helpful" means they were egregious or false. Slavitt on the other hand laid out a fictitious hypothetical scenario in which hording of medical masks might be occurring at a production center in "Texas" which would cause a shortage of masks in "New York!" At which point former FEMA administrator Craig Fugate said "I don't have time to listen to bullshit people" and stormed off the set.
Thanks to the wonder of YouTube we can enjoy it over & over:
For the record Slavitt apologized (as did Fugate): "Craig my sincere apologies for contributing this." "Please keep informing people as you do. You’re a terrific public servant. We’re on the same team. Andy."
"We have always valued and appreciated Craig Fugate's time and expertise. Tensions are obviously very high. We hope to have him back. We need people who know how things work now more than ever." ....Katy Tur