In an appearance on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" program, Jean-Pierre offered "obviously our deepest condolences" and "heartfelt condolences" to "the families who lost, uh, three, three brave, uh, three brave, uh, three brave, three folks who are military folks, who are brave, who are always fighting, who are fighting on behalf of, uh, this administration."
Jean-Pierre continued to vomit what appeared to be a completely unprepared word salad statement before realizing that she had spilled the truth about U.S. troops fighting on behalf of the "administration" rather than the American people.
After realizing she made a serious blunder with this apparent Freudian slip, Jean-Pierre tried to correct herself by stating that U.S. troops are actually fighting on behalf "of the American people, obviously more so, more importantly."
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Many were outraged over Jean-Pierre's statements, including her use of the word "folks" to describe U.S. military servicemen. There were also many who remained silent about it, though these same folks would have been up in arms had Trump's press secretary made such comments.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is among those who expressed outrage over what Jean-Pierre said, calling the statements "disgusting."
"Say what you will about this word salad, but the idea that anyone in the military is fighting on behalf of any administration is precisely what is wrong with the D.C. ruling class," DeSantis tweeted.
The three American military lives lost that Jean-Pierre was referring to all served in the same Army unit based out of Georgia. They were killed in a drone attack in Jordan. Their names are:
Sgt. William Rivers, 46, of Carrollton
Spc. Kennedy Ladon Sanders, 24, of Waycross
Spc. Brianna Moffatt, 23, of Savannah
Concerning the drone attack, it occurred at Jordanian base Tower 22, and many are wondering how the base's air defenses could have failed as badly as they did to allow the massacre to take place.
"The reporting so far does not answer many arising questions," reads an article from Moon of Alabama about the questionable incident. "Tower 22 is on the Jordanian side of the border, but Jordan insists that no attack had happened on its grounds."
"Another anomaly are the high rate of wounded from the alleged drone strike. Drones are used in mass in the Ukraine war but the casualties they cause are usually less than a handful per drone ... The highly automated short and medium range air-defenses (C-RAMs, the equivalent of naval Phalanx guns) at the base should be able to shoot down any drone. Why didn't they work?"
U.S. officials eventually answered some of these questions, claiming that the reason why air defense systems failed is because the enemy drone approached its target at the very same time a U.S. drone was returning to base.
"The return of the U.S. drone led to some confusion over whether the incoming drone was friend or foe, officials have concluded so far," reported The Wall Street Journal, as cited by Zero Hedge.
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