Biden’s new State Department deputy spokesperson accused cops of conducting “genocide against Blacks” and being the “largest threat” to national security
By Arsenio Toledo // Feb 08, 2021

The new spokesperson for President Joe Biden's State Department has posted many anti-police messages on her social media accounts, including comparing instances of police violence against African Americans as "genocides" and calling police officers a greater threat to America's national security situation than many other belligerent nations.


Biden appointed Jalina Porter to be the State Department's new deputy spokesperson. She is a former dancer for the NFL and the NBA and she worked for the Truman National Security Project, a left-leaning nonprofit and national security and foreign policy think tank.

Porter has also served as a Democratic operative in her home state of Louisiana for several years. She even spent some time as a member of the congressional staff of Rep. Jerry McNerney of California and former Rep. Cedric Richmond of Louisiana, who is now serving as a White House senior adviser.

At one point in her life, Porter advocated for "dance diplomacy," traditional family values and southern charm. Now, investigations into her social media accounts show that she has turned into a radical leftist with a history of spouting very anti-police and anti-Trump rhetoric. (Related: Joe Biden's Treasury Secretary has extensive financial ties with CCP and Wall Street.)

In a Facebook post from Sept. 20, 2016, Porter said the greatest threat to the United States' national security were the police, who she claimed were conducting a genocide campaign against the African American population.

She wrote the following:

"An unarmed Black man takes a knee for justice, bigots riot. An unarmed Black man (with his hands raised) takes a bullet and dies, those same bigots are silent. Explain this to me, please."

"The largest threat to U.S. national security are U.S. cops. Not ISIS, not Russian hackers, not any one or anything else. If y'all don't wake up and rise up to this truth, the genocide against Blacks in America will continue until we are near extinct. That's not the world I seek to live in or create for myself and those around me."

"I am calling out the majority because this means you need to take action in your communities, churches, classrooms and with your Members of Congress. We can't do this alone."

Porter alluded to the NFL protests made by quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who would kneel every time the American national anthem is being played.

Porter made these comments days after African American Terence Crutcher was supposedly shot dead by police in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Critics of the police shooting argued that Crutcher was unarmed and was walking back to his car with his hands raised in the air when he was shot.

According to alternative conservative news outlet 100 Percent Fed Up, Porter has made similarly inflammatory statements. She also referred to the police as the "Blue Klux Klan," and she once sent a tweet calling Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann a "terrorist."

Sandmann is known for winning a lot of money in multimillion-dollar court case settlements against the media who unjustly vilified him for standing his ground as he was accosted by a Native American during the 2019 March for Life.

Porter attempts to apologize by using her position as the State Department's first African American deputy spokesperson

Porter has since attempted to apologize for many of her previous comments, saying that she should not have let her emotions get the better of her when she made those social media posts.

"Comments I made five years ago on my personal Facebook account as a private citizen were in response to the uncomfortable – and deeply painful – truth of race-based violence in America that has continued ever since," said Porter in a statement published on Tuesday, Feb. 2, by Fox News.

"The pain I experienced was real. Nevertheless, I should have chosen words that were less passionate and spur-of-the-moment, as well as more constructive."

She further tried to apologize to America's thousands of police officers by saying that she understands that "not all law enforcement officers pose a threat to our community."

She then vowed to use her standing as the State Department's first African American deputy spokesperson to be a significant part of "the ongoing conversation regarding nationwide equity and inclusion." She ended her statement by talking about how there is a need to "enhance the power of America's example overseas."

The State Department has not responded to requests for comments regarding Porter's social media posts.

Porter's comments highlighted as a cause for concern by Tucker Carlson

Porter's social media posts were highlighted by Fox News' own Tucker Carlson on his show.

"It's worth pausing for a moment to consider the implications here because they matter," he said, regarding Porter's online conduct. "She's speaking for the United States State Department, for our government, for you."

He then pointed out the hypocrisy in Porter's outrage, by noting that very few African Americans were shot and killed by police officers in 2016 and that two times more people died by lightning strikes that year.

"According to our new State Department spokeswoman, who now represents the United States government and you, that's genocide," said Carlson.

He then wondered why Porter did not say anything about the ongoing atrocities committed against Christians in the Middle East or the Uyghurs in China, which can be described as actual genocides.

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