It was almost like White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs turned into Wonder Woman and was using her magical silver bracelets to deflect the onslaught of questions from two reporters Thursday afternoon.
Gibbs, who only resembled the superhero in fending off the assailants (he wasn’t wearing a unitard or anything), managed to successfully not answer a question although it was asked of him 13 times in a row.
An awe-inspiring performance? Absolutely. But what else would you expect from the man who called the Obama White House the most transparent in the history of the nation.
Not that it was an important question. Just if the White House tried to bribe U.S. Rep Joe Sestak to drop out of Pennsylvania’s Senate primary by promising him a big honking job.
And it’s not like this is a crazy rumor started by some tinfoil-wearing nut bag. Sestak himself said it. Numerous times. As recently as Wednesday on CNN.
So was he offered a bribe or not? ABC’s Jake Tapper took the first shot at Gibbs.
“Jake, I don’t have anything to add to what I said in March,” Gibbs replied.
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