White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre (KJP) does a poor job of protecting Democrat Joe Biden and his criminal family gang, while also reflecting the media’s right to know facts and specifics about the President’s conduct. As stunning revelations emerge daily regarding the Bidens’ numerous misdeeds, KJP must be the one to face the scrutiny of the media and the American public.
On Friday, journalists reporting the Twitter files uncovered further information concerning Hunter Biden’s access to top-secret documents that were held in an unprotected vehicle garage connected to the Biden family home. According to media accounts, not only did Hunter Biden have access to these confidential materials, but he was frequently inebriated and had blacked out near the area where they were stored.
The stunning carelessness with which the Bidens handled national secrets, which they were not even authorized to possess, is alarming.
Therefore, KJP is experiencing some backlash.
Jean-Pierre has spent the majority of this week dodging inquiries concerning President Joe Biden’s handling of classified information, prompting criticism from some members of the mainstream media who are generally her allies. Martin Walsh of the Conservative Brief noted that during many press conferences this week, KJP snarled at reporters who dared to ask scandal-related questions. Walsh added:
“Fox News contributor Joe Concha said the Biden classified documents scandal proved that Jean-Pierre is not fit for her role as press secretary.”
“Karine Jean-Pierre has shown that she is not qualified for this job at this level. We’ve seen that now over the last couple of months, because she keeps saying over and over again — as if she’s almost programmed, like she has no ability to think extemporaneously — that the president ‘takes these documents very seriously’,” he said, Fox News reported.
“In one press conference, she’s literally said that line 17 times. And at the same time, she talks about how transparent the administration has been with the public – while not answering questions. You’re telling me there isn’t one person that took a log of who was going in and out to see the sitting president of the United States? I have a very hard time believing that,” Concha said.
Andrew McCarthy, a former New York federal prosecutor, concurred, stating that every time the press secretary talks, “she’s actually making [the situation] worse.”
Conservative pundit David Marcus tweeted, “This is getting to the point where reporters need to stop showing up. There’s no reason on earth she can’t comment on Biden’s public statements.”
Rep. Cliff Bentz, a Republican from Oregon, tweeted, “For an administration that touts their ‘transparency,’ they’re about as transparent as a wooden door. And I’d put my money on the door in that contest.”
Jean-Pierre became irritated with reporters who dared to ask her about Biden’s confidential papers incident on Thursday.
KJP laughed awkwardly at another tense press briefing when a reporter questioned the search for secret documents at Biden’s house in Wilmington, Delaware.
When AFP White House journalist Sebastian Smith attempted to inquire about the searches, KJP repeatedly dodged his questions by sending him to the White House Counsel’s Office, tensions rose.
Here is a transcript of the conversation:
SEBASTIAN SMITH: Okay. A brief question about paperwork, if you don’t mind. Given that these papers have been found in very personal areas — we all know that the President adores his Delaware house and that it is an incredibly personal space for him — is he physically searching for them, going through boxes in the garage and elsewhere? CONTINUE READING…