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    Kayleigh McEnany Blasts Biden Admin for 1 Word It Used to Describe Russia Striking Down US Drone

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    When the Russian Federation shot down a U.S. drone over the Black Sea this week, it appears that President Joe Biden’s administration will give Vladimir Putin a very poor performance assessment the next time he comes up for appraisal.

    At least, one term in its messaging seems to indicate this. According to former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, the Biden administration’s response to Tuesday’s downing included the peculiar adjective “unprofessional.”

    What, was Putin wearing casual Friday attire on a Tuesday when he learned about the intercept? On the office computer he used to order the attack, was he downloading video games? Employing locker-room jargon in the congratulations emails he sent to the pilots of the Sukhoi Su-27 fighter jets who shot down the drone?

    McEnany, who is currently co-host of Fox News’ “Outnumbered,” tweeted a clip from that day’s show on the administration’s odd usage of the term “unprofessional” to characterize the shootdown, in which two Su-27 Flanker planes intercepted and shot down an Air Force MQ-9 drone over the Black Sea.

    According to a press release from U.S. European Command, the incident happened when one of the Russian aircraft collided with the drone.

    In a press release, the command stated the Russian drone pilots “conducted an unsafe and unprofessional intercept” with the drone.

    According to the release, Air Force Gen. James Hecker said the MQ-9 “was conducting routine operations in international airspace when it was intercepted and hit by a Russian aircraft, resulting in a crash and complete loss of the MQ-9.”

    John Kirby, a member of the National Security Council, used similar terminology in an interview with CNN on Wednesday.

    “We brought the ambassador into the State Department yesterday here in Washington, D.C. We certainly conveyed a direct message to him about our deep concerns over this reckless, unprofessional behavior by Russian pilots,” Kirby told host Don Lemon.

    “So, yes, we have communicated directly through diplomatic channels as appropriate with the Russian government,” he said.

    McEnany also remarked that Kirby’s “environmental worries” appeared completely irrelevant when the globe is on the verge of war and the Russians are shooting down U.S. drones.

    “But ‘unprofessional’ is the word that stuck out to me,” McEnany said.

    “That term stuck out to me because I recall … a time when … the National Security spokesperson — she said ‘the Taliban have shown flexibility, and they have businesslike and professional in our dealings with them in the effort,’” she said, referring to the administration’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan.

    Evidently, Biden has a very low threshold for what constitutes “professional” conduct. It is up to you, the reader, to uncover the Hunter Biden joke.

    According to the U.K.’s Guardian, despite the “unprofessional” nature of the downing, Russia said that it would attempt to recover the MQ-9’s wreckage from the Black Sea.

    Officials from the United States have stated that such a recovery would be difficult and wouldn’t give any usable intelligence, which is exactly what they would say if neither of these statements were true, so who knows?

    It is important to note, however, that U.S. Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, stated that the aircraft went down in waters up to 1,500 feet deep, which would necessitate a tremendous effort for what would likely be a little reward.

    Still, “unprofessional?”

    At this point in every Tom Clancy thriller, Washington and Moscow scramble all of their military assets toward the North Atlantic, and Jack Ryan must defuse the situation before nuclear weapons are launched.

    The world isn’t “The Hunt for Red October,” of course, but neither is the downing of an American drone “unprofessional.”

    More on this story via The Western Journal:

    Furthermore, McEnany is right to express grave concern about an administration that uses the word “professional” when dealing with the usurping, rapacious Taliban regime in Afghanistan, as if the dire state of geopolitical relations can and should be framed using corporate-speak.CONTINUE READING…

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