Prior to her new assignment as the spokesperson for the United States State Department, Jalina Porter was a dancer for NFL’s Oakland Raiders and an NBA dancer for the Washington Wizards. Porter’s talent doesn’t stop with dancing, she’s also an avid cop hater.
In September 2016, the US State Department’s new spokesperson, Jalina Porter, posted on Facebook [see screenshot below] about her hatred for law enforcement and how she considered them to be more of a national security threat than ISIS or Russian hackers.
Porter doesn’t care much for anyone who doesn’t agree with her positions, and in fact, frequently refers to anyone who doesn’t think cops are evil as “bigots.” In a September 20, 2016 post on Facebook, Porter mocked anyone who disagrees with her narrow view of law enforcement. She wrote: “An unarmed Black man takes a knee for justice, bigots riot. An unarmed Blac man (with his hands raised) [We assume she’s talking about Michael Brown of Ferguson, MO. But since the whole “hands up, don’t shoot” story completely fell apart in court, we’re unclear about why she would continue to perpetuate this lie on social media], takes a bullet and dies, those same bigots are silent. Explain this to me, please.
In the same post, Porter states that the “largest threat to U.S. national security are U.S. cops. Not ISIS, not Russian hackers, not anyone or anything else.” She also suggests that outside forces are committing “Black genocide.” Unless she’s referring to Planned Parenthood, we have no idea what Porter is talking about.
Free Beacon – At the time of the post, Porter was working as a communications official for the Truman National Security Project, a left-leaning foreign policy think-tank that previously employed Hunter Biden.
The resurfaced comments could complicate the State Department’s messaging as it seeks to challenge Iran’s nuclear buildup, continue the fight against ISIS, and shape its response to the many ongoing national security threats posed by China, Russia, and the Islamic Republic. Tony Blinken, the department’s new secretary, was confirmed on Tuesday.
Speaking of Tony Blinken…
After four years of historic change in the Middle East toward peace under President Donald Trump, Banana Republic Biden sent new troops to Syria and nominates advocate of ‘regime change’ for Secretary of State
Here we go again
BREAKING: Large US military convoy enters northeast Syria on first full day of Biden presidency https://t.co/MjLb27oMzo
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) January 22, 2021
Now, AMN News reports that a large military convoy is heading to Damascus from Iraq. Secretary Of State nominee, Anthony Blinken seems to dream of foreign intervention in the Middle East and has been a close aide to Hillary Clinton, Obama and Biden, in part to achieve such ends