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Valerie Jarrett Email – Crisis of Leadership: Mentions Obama 3 Times, Never Says ‘Biden’

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A recent DNC fundraising email features Valerie Jarrett, Barack Obama’s Rasupitin for eight years. The email is titled “A crisis of leadership.” In it, she recalls all the difficult events she helped then-President Obama work through.

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I was by President Obama’s side in the White House during times of great crisis, and despite the many daunting challenges we faced, I was always confident in the fact that our nation was in capable hands. I miss that feeling.

Our current situation makes it clear that we need steady, measured leadership in the Oval Office.

Joe Biden’s name never comes up. Not even once.

Jarrett, who is regarded by some as the actual president during the Obama years, mentions Barack Obama on three separate occasions but when it comes to that measured leadership in the Oval Office, she says, 

“It’s clear that the only way we can have that type of leadership again is by putting a Democrat in the White House and electing Democrats down the ballot.”

No Biden. Just a Democrat.

Methinks the Biden Tara Reade troubles, as we mentioned more than once, are not so much an issue to be worked through but an off-ramp to someone else. Did anyone tell Joe? 

Probably not. This is one scheme were Biden Joe won’t be anyone’s point man. And he’s not going to be making any more of his family members rich from it. Unless there happens to be lithium under that pasture in which he finds himself.

 

Email:

A crisis of leadership

Valerie Jarrett <feedback@act.democrats.org>

Friend,

I was by President Obama’s side in the White House during times of great crisis, and despite the many daunting challenges we faced, I was always confident in the fact that our nation was in capable hands. I miss that feeling.

Our current situation makes it clear that we need steady, measured leadership in the Oval Office. I saw what that could look like firsthand when I worked with President Obama to manage crises such as the H1N1 pandemic, the BP Oil Spill, and the Zika and Ebola epidemics. President Obama always led by listening to experts, working with mayors and governors of both parties as well as all state and local elected officials on the front lines, and bringing the world together around common goals. He listened to the needs and advice of a wide range of partners who could lend their expertise or show him impacts on the ground. It’s clear that the only way we can have that type of leadership again is by putting a Democrat in the White House and electing Democrats down the ballot.

We’re running out of time to build the infrastructure that our nominee and Democrats nationwide will rely on to win in November, so I’m asking you: Will you make a $7 contribution to the DNC today to help elect leaders we can depend on?