If you got picked to be the manager of a grocery store, chances are they wouldn’t look at every single thing you have ever done or said while choosing you for the job.

That’s the thing about high-level government appointments is that they are a little more in-depth than that. Imagine you got picked for a job, but after that, you had to pass a test where everything that you have ever done came into question. Steal a candy bar when you were ten? Guess what, it might come into play.

Liberals try to mask all of the bad things that they have said through life so that’s why you can tell that someone is about to get given a high-level position is that their social media accounts suddenly go dark and they being to delete things like mad.

Biden nominee to lead the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), Neera Tanden, is apologizing for several tweets she sent over the years attacking Republican lawmakers. She’s deleted the tweets and now she’s trying to deny being a hate filled Lefty.

During her confirmation hearing on Tuesday, Tanden was confronted by Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) about the “tone, the content, and the aggressive partisanship” of her past tweets attacking Republican lawmakers.

Specifically, he noted tweets where Tanden called Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) “the worst,” Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) a “fraud,” and claimed “vampires have more heart than” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas).

He asked her how she plans to “mend fences and build relationships with members of Congress you have attacked through your public statements.”

“I recognize the concern, I deeply regret and apologize for my language, some of my past language,” Tanden responded. “I recognize that this role is a bipartisan role, and I know I have to earn the trust of senators across the board. I will work very aggressively to meet that concern.”

Portman also pressed Tanden on whether reports that she deleted over 1,000 tweets from her account after the presidential election were true. He also asked, if the reports were accurate, why she deleted the tweets.

“I appreciate people’s concerns about my tweets. I’ve regretted them. I deleted tweets because I regretted my tone. And I’ve deleted tweets over many months,” Tanden responded.

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