We have a valid question, one we’ve wondered for a while now. Is Valerie Jarrett the real President? Valerie Jarrett should not have secret service, but she does. Why? Below Kerry Picket asks the questions. Questions, “Why do non appointed workers have Secret Service?” and “Why were non union auto workers pensions cut off? Neither answered by Valerie Jarrett -PBN
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama’s senior adviser Valerie Jarrett dodged questions about the Department of Treasury’s decision-making behind terminating 20,000 non-union Delphi salaried retirees’ pensions during the 2009 auto bailout. More about Valerie Jarrett.
Jarrett also refused to answer why she has Secret Service agents assigned to her personally to protect her.
This video Washington Times reporter Kerry Picket shows Jarrett coming over to Picket when she didn’t hear her original question on her Secret Service detail. “I’m sorry,” Jarrett as she moved in to hear the question again. Jarrett then walked away as Picket asked a followup question.
Jarrett still only a few feet away, Picket then shouted several questions about the Obama administration’s decision-making process during the auto bailout — and specifically the decision to terminate the 20,000 non-union workers’ pensions.
Jarrett’s Secret Service detail cut Picket off, and blocked her from entering the room, saying she could contact the White House Press Office if she had a question. The Press Office has not responded to numerous requests for comment from PBN or as far as we know the Washington time or The Daily Caller,
Emails obtained and first published on Tuesday show Senior White House and Treasury officials were behind the termination of pensions for 20,000 non-union Delphi salaried retirees.
Those emails show that the Treasury Department, led by Secretary Timothy Geithner, was the driving force behind terminating those pensions — a move made in 2009 while the Obama administration implemented its auto bailout plan. The emails contradict sworn testimony in which several Obama administration figures have consistently said that the decision to terminate the pensions came from the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC). The PBGC is a federal agency that handles private sector pension benefits issues. Its charter calls for independent representation of pension beneficiaries’ interests.
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