VIDEO: Jen Psaki Desperately Fends Off ‘Aggressive’ Fly During Press Conference


White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was forced to fend off what she described as an “aggressive bug” on multiple occasions during a press conference today.

While it is currently unclear why flies frequently make appearances alongside US government officials and politicians on live television, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki can’t seem to make it stop happening to her. Today at a press conference, Psaki was once again interrupted by the pesky insect on multiple occasions

“Woah,” said Psaki. “We clearly need to – sorry. That was an aggressive bug.”

National File documented a previous encounter between Psaki and the Musca domestica back in June following another press conference at the White House. During the press conference, Psaki was told by a reporter that a fly was resting on top of her head. Upon hearing the news, Psaki frantically swatted the insect and said “at least it’s not a cicada.”

Psaki has been known to fend off flies during her press conferences, and in one instance left people scratching their heads in curiosity when she bizarrely stuck her tongue out while a reporter was asking her a question in July.


Strange insect encounters aside, Psaki dismissed the deaths of 13 men and women in uniform who died last week in a terrorist attack amid the Biden regime’s botched withdrawal from Kabul and claimed the deaths should not “take the place of all of the progress” the Biden regime has achieved in other areas of policy, as National File reported. 

Asked if Biden still had no regrets about the regime’s handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal, Psaki stated, “Well, first I would say that the men and women who gave their lives, and the President, as you noted attended yesterday, to honor their service, honor their sacrifice and had time, uh, had the opportunity to meet a number of the family members yesterday. Uh, we can’t, that doesn’t take the place of, of all of the progress, of all of the work that has been done to evacuate people.”