The chaos of the Biden Administration continues to come out.
Biden nominated a radical nominee David Chipman to head the ATF.
He was so radical he could not even get confirmed.
He has spoken out to the New York Times now.
Chipman told the times that no one ever reached out to him after his nomination.
He also said that they thought they’d have a ‘plan b” but didn’t.
David Chipman, who was once President Biden’s nominee to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), says that following his ultimately failed nomination to the post, he spoke with no one at the White House.
In an interview with The New York Times, Chipman said he thought it was “unusual” that he spoke to no one from the administration from the moment he was first nominated.
“In the back of my mind, I always thought that there would be a Plan B, but so far there hasn’t been,” Chipman said.
Speaking to the Times, Chipman said that having no other contact with the White House made him feel on “an island” when he faced scrutiny from pro-guns groups. He dubbed the entire situation a “failure.”
“Either this was impossible to win, or the strategy failed,” Chipman said. “This was a failure.”
Jen Psaki responded to the story saying they are still looking for another job in the administration for him:
Asked about New York Times story, @PressSec says the White House "shares David Chipman's frustration that he wasn't confirmed."
She notes only one ATF director has ever been confirmed, adding WH is now "engaged with him about working to find a job in the administration."
— Philip Melanchthon Wegmann (@PhilipWegmann) September 29, 2021
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