Earlier in the day, Regime Propaganda Minister Jay Carney defended the (c)rapper, claiming press coverage had been "distorted" and that he was a "socially conscious" hip-hop "artist."
Jake Tapper at ABC writes about the press briefing:
“The president does not support and opposes the kind of lyrics that has been written about,” White House press secretary Jay Carney said when American Urban Radio’s April Ryan asked him about the controversy.Oh yeah, the President really showed his support for law enforcement here:
Carney said the president has “in the past spoken very forcefully out against violent and misogynistic lyrics.”
Referring to “concerns by some law enforcement,” Carney said that “the president’s record of support for law enforcement is extremely strong.”