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Biden Administration Refuses To Call Situation In Jurassic Park A ‘Crisis’

Biden Administration Refuses To Call Situation In Jurassic Park A ‘Crisis’

As word from the Costa Rica Government continues to detail the herd of bloodthirsty dinosaurs rampaging through Jurassic Park, the Biden administration still refuses to call it a crisis.

“We’ve seen the reports, and we’ll continue to monitor the situation, but that theme park is still a beacon of safety and security,” Psaki said.  “In fact, the President plans to take Hunter down to Jurassic Park this summer.”

In a rare interaction with the press, Biden was asked if he’s worried a horrifying dinosaur could be the downfall of his presidency. 

“No.  I think Nancy Pelosi is doing a great job,” he said shuffling away. 

Reports are the Biden administration is sending a team down to the island to examine the fencing and holding pens. 

“We love what they’ve done with their borders,” Psaki said.  “The animals just pass through them with such ease.  It’s so inspirational.  We’d like our engineers to replicate those for America’s borders.”

Update:  It turns out the Biden team will not be using Jurassic Park’s faulty cages.  “We’re building the cages for kids like hotcakes, and we can’t have them escaping like those dinosaurs did.  Kids getting freedom?  No, we would consider that a crisis.”