The MRC's War on Jen Psaki (And Man-Crush On Peter Doocy): June 2021

Media Research Center writer Curtis Houck loves to help biased Fox News reporter Doocy push right-wing talking points in White House press briefings. PLUS: Houck once again covers for Doocy by burying the stupid question he asked President Biden.

Related: War On Psaki/Man-Crush On Doocy • Part 2 • Part 3Part 4

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