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She Tweets Serious Allegation, THEN She Claims RT "faked the translation"!

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State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki tweeted a serious allegation against Russia but when questioned she can't back it up. Also see her in action in the following videos: Jen Psaki Spins Kerry's Poof Comment Blaming Israel for Peace Talks Fail
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State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki tweeted a serious allegation against Russia, claiming it was clear that Russia shot first in that shooting last month in Simferopol. But when an RT reporter Anastasia Churkina confronts her on it, she can't back it up.

MS. PSAKI: Sure. Go ahead in the back.
RT's Anastasia Churkina: You tweeted several hours ago, "Stop the shooting in Simferopol. Clear that Russia shot first." And I'm just curious, what is this clarity based on? What are the facts behind this statement?
MS. PSAKI: Well, Russia entered a Ukrainian base, and that's clearly an act that we have concerns about and shows their level of aggression in this case. So I think events on the ground seem pretty clear in our view, and we were just expressing -- I was just expressing a concern about the reports we're hearing on the ground.
QUESTION: But now you said -- you talked about entering a base. But in the tweet, you were saying that it's clear that it actually fired a shot first, and that's a pretty serious allegation. So what does this information -- where is it coming from? Because there's been plenty of conflicting reports on what actually has been happening in Simferopol. So we're just curious as to --
MS. PSAKI: Well, we don't see -- let me just say we don't see how it's possibly true that the Russian claim that they were -- they were not -- that someone else was the aggressor, that the Ukrainians were the aggressor, can possibly be true, given they entered the Ukrainian base.
QUESTION: They're not saying that. They're saying it's a provocation, whereas you're saying that it's very clear and you're --
MS. PSAKI: They have said that a little bit. I think we're ready to move on.
Do we have another topic?

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After RT reported on her response to their correspondent, about how she was unable to provide facts to back up her accusation against Russia, she made an allegation against RT. I'll show you what tweeted in a few seconds, I just want to point out that her reaction to RT's reporting makes it hard to argue with these comments posted to the previous video. Several people commented about her lying and seeming like a sociopath in this video. Well, what she tweeted about RT makes it hard to argue that she isn't a person who lacks a sense of moral responsibility or social conscience.

Look at this. She's claiming that RT faked the translation!? Faked the translation of what? Of her evasive answer to the RT correspondent challenging her to provide information to back up her claim?

You're saying that it's clear that ... [Russia translation]

And I haven't seen a response to this question of "Could you please clarify what exactly has been faked? Too late for excuses ..." Several people have tweeted comments calling here out on this, "I heard your original in English & you sucked there too, maybe check facts before accusing people."

She starts that tweet by insisting that she must be doing something right but I think it's clear she's doing something wrong. And she never got around to saying what supposedly was faked in the translation as if they would need to. RT has an article where they suggest she learn Russian if she's going to make an accusation saying it's a fake translation.

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State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki tweeted a serious allegation against Russia but when questioned she can't back it up. Also see her in action in the following videos: Jen Psaki Spins Kerry's Poof Comment Blaming Israel for Peace Talks Fail
https://www.youtube.com/wat...

Nuland Privately Cooks Up Ukraine Deal, Publicly Claims "Ukrainian Democracy" Concern https://www.youtube.com/wat...

I suggest you check out this blog: http://www.moonofalabama.org/ for context about what is going on in Ukraine and also see these videos: https://www.youtube.com/wat...
and especially this video: https://www.youtube.com/wat...

State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki tweeted a serious allegation against Russia, claiming it was clear that Russia shot first in that shooting last month in Simferopol. But when an RT reporter Anastasia Churkina confronts her on it, she can't back it up.

MS. PSAKI: Sure. Go ahead in the back.
RT's Anastasia Churkina: You tweeted several hours ago, "Stop the shooting in Simferopol. Clear that Russia shot first." And I'm just curious, what is this clarity based on? What are the facts behind this statement?
MS. PSAKI: Well, Russia entered a Ukrainian base, and that's clearly an act that we have concerns about and shows their level of aggression in this case. So I think events on the ground seem pretty clear in our view, and we were just expressing -- I was just expressing a concern about the reports we're hearing on the ground.
QUESTION: But now you said -- you talked about entering a base. But in the tweet, you were saying that it's clear that it actually fired a shot first, and that's a pretty serious allegation. So what does this information -- where is it coming from? Because there's been plenty of conflicting reports on what actually has been happening in Simferopol. So we're just curious as to --
MS. PSAKI: Well, we don't see -- let me just say we don't see how it's possibly true that the Russian claim that they were -- they were not -- that someone else was the aggressor, that the Ukrainians were the aggressor, can possibly be true, given they entered the Ukrainian base.
QUESTION: They're not saying that. They're saying it's a provocation, whereas you're saying that it's very clear and you're --
MS. PSAKI: They have said that a little bit. I think we're ready to move on.
Do we have another topic?

http://rt.com/news/us-accus...
http://rt.com/usa/psaki-rt-...
http://rt.com/news/crimea-s...
https://twitter.com/statede...
https://twitter.com/statede...
http://dictionary.reference...

After RT reported on her response to their correspondent, about how she was unable to provide facts to back up her accusation against Russia, she made an allegation against RT. I'll show you what tweeted in a few seconds, I just want to point out that her reaction to RT's reporting makes it hard to argue with these comments posted to the previous video. Several people commented about her lying and seeming like a sociopath in this video. Well, what she tweeted about RT makes it hard to argue that she isn't a person who lacks a sense of moral responsibility or social conscience.

Look at this. She's claiming that RT faked the translation!? Faked the translation of what? Of her evasive answer to the RT correspondent challenging her to provide information to back up her claim?

You're saying that it's clear that ... [Russia translation]

And I haven't seen a response to this question of "Could you please clarify what exactly has been faked? Too late for excuses ..." Several people have tweeted comments calling here out on this, "I heard your original in English & you sucked there too, maybe check facts before accusing people."

She starts that tweet by insisting that she must be doing something right but I think it's clear she's doing something wrong. And she never got around to saying what supposedly was faked in the translation as if they would need to. RT has an article where they suggest she learn Russian if she's going to make an accusation saying it's a fake translation.

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