“Chaos and Confusion” at the White House has staff considering jumping off a ship: Bruce


Fox News host Tammy Bruce isn’t surprised that White House morale is reportedly low as the government continues to foster “chaos, confusion and one broken promise after another”.

“It’s a very blue Christmas in the White House,” said the Hannity host on Thursday. “Build Back Better is dead. COVID-19 is booming, the economy is struggling, inflation has gone through the roof, violent crime is on the rise, and the border is still in chaos. It’s no wonder Biden is doing worse than Jimmy Carter, and now … morale among the “woke up” White House staff is strangely low. “


Bruce cited a report Wednesday that revealed that White House staff are so dissatisfied with their jobs that they leaked anonymously to Politico in hopes that senior staff would raise awareness of the lack of camaraderie and general happiness in the workplace will.

Employees reportedly said they were struggling with virtual events, and some employees have complained that those who are “outsiders” of Biden’s inner circle and network are often excluded.

President Joe Biden speaks about tornadoes in the Midwest during a briefing. (Photo by Drew Angerer / Getty Images)
(Photo by Drew Angerer / Getty Images)

They are unhappy, “not because administration is a miserable failure,” said Bruce. “No, you are unhappy about being banned from Christmas parties and tours of the White House, and many have even been banned from Christmas tree lights and the Turkey pardon – will they ever survive?”

“Now a wave of disgruntled employees are planning to exit,” she continued. “Those who stay will be responsible for sustaining a man who is so confused even CNN notices.”

Bruce pointed to a clip of a CNN correspondent knocking on the door Biden being “confused” by Wednesday’s COVID-19 testing over his performance in an ABC interview that aired earlier that evening.

“Repeated in this interview … President Biden seems confused and has mistaken the half billion tests they ordered for half a billion pills,” said reporter Jeff Zeleny after moderator Wolf Blitzer played a clip of the interview. “And of course there were pills in the news today with Pfizer’s antiviral approval, so he corrected himself, but that was one thing that caught my eye.”

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Vice President Kamala Harris. (AP photo / Patrick Semansky)
(AP photo / Patrick Semansky)

Confusion, Bruce added, has become an “ongoing issue” for the Biden administration.

“Chaos, confusion and one broken promise after another,” she said.

Biden and Harris continue to be haunted by low polls as Americans grapple with record inflation, soaring gas prices, supply chain problems, the omicron variant of the coronavirus, the ongoing border crisis, and rising international tensions with Russia and China.


The president was standing around 42 percent agree and 51 percent disagree in a national NPR / Marist poll released on December 9th. A separate national survey by Monmouth University found a 40% agreement and 50% disagreement.


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