The internet, like a diamond, is forever.
Joe Biden’s choice for Office of Management and Budget lead, Neera Tanden (why do the leftists always seem to have made up names), is finding that out as her confirmation hearings are being held and she’s forced to apologize for Tweets in her past.
“Over the last few years, it’s been part of my role to be in and passionate,” Tanden said, referencing her job leading the Center for American Progress (CAP) during her opening remarks to the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. “I know there have been some concerns about some of my past language and social media, and I regret that language and take responsibility for it.”
“Typically, the OMB director is not partisan. In particular, because you have to have these kinds of relationships, I’m concerned your personal attacks about specific senators will make it more difficult.”
Tanden, of course, gave the standard boilerplate “I’m sorry” as a response to that specific request.
This particular appointment is just one more example of exactly how partisan the Biden camp and team are and how they plan to operate, which is definitely not in the interest of the people who they are supposed to serve.