Poor Karine Jean-Pierre (KJP), the press secretary for Democrat Joe Biden in the White House, looks to be overwhelmed by the impact from the discovery of four different groups of top-secret classified information at Biden’s previous office and apartment.
“Biden Faces Blowback From Democrats on Classified Documents. The discovery of classified documents has thrust President Biden into an uncomfortable position after he started the new year with plans to do a victory lap of sorts,” leftist New York Times reported on Friday.
Details of Biden’s misdeeds are leaking out like Chinese Water Tortillas, slowly eroding what little credibility he has left and washing it into the gutters of Washington, DC.
KJP is so perplexed when interacting with the press that she routinely directs reporters who are attempting to tell the American people on what the president is doing to the White House Counsel’s Office. She disagrees with the WH on even the most elementary topics, which she should be able to answer with ease.
“President Biden is facing blowback from some members of his own party over his mishandling of sensitive documents as his allies express growing concern that the case could get in the way of Democrats’ momentum coming out of the midterm elections,” according to the NYT.
Senator Richard J. Durbin of Illinois, the No. 2 Senate Democrat, said it was “outrageous” that secret documents had been found at Mr. Biden’s home. Senator Debbie Stabenow of Michigan called the crisis “embarrassing.” Senator Joe Manchin III of West Virginia said the president should have “a lot of regrets.”
Thus, the media are not the only those interested in knowing what is occurring.
ABC News published further facts on the discontent in Washington, D.C. over the latest Biden criminal family scandal.
“Blistering criticism this week from Democrats and Republicans on the Senate Intelligence Committee — that the administration is “stonewalling” their efforts to review classified materials — has highlighted a new question in the documents cases related to Joe Biden and Donald Trump:
Why aren’t the senators being given access to the sensitive materials, and how does that process normally work?
In the last six months, federal authorities have taken possession of classified documents at both Biden and Trump’s homes and said the men retained the records after they left office (in Biden’s case, from his time as a vice president and senator).
The Department of Justice has since appointed special counsels to investigate both matters.
“There’s no reason why Congress cannot review these documents in a secure, classified setting so we can make an assessment about what damage it may have caused to national security,” Arkansas Republican Tom Cotton, a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, said Wednesday after a two-hour briefing with Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines.”
At Tuesday’s press conference, White House reporter for Today News Africa, Cameroonian journalist Simon Ateba, questioned KJP’s “fit” for her position, according to American Wire News Service.
“Karine, since you don’t have any answer on the classified documents, you don’t seem a good fit for this job,” Ateba said. “We do not seem to have any answer from you.”
#WATCH | Reporter slams WH Press Sec over #ClassifiedDocuments scandal:
“You don’t seem a good fit for this job,” El American (@ElAmerican_) posted on Twitter on January 25, 2023.
“You don't seem a good fit for this job.” pic.twitter.com/6CO8As7lFz
— El American (@ElAmerican_) January 25, 2023
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Jean-Pierre, who was eager to move on to another reporter, and Ateba have clashed previously, with the African reporter accusing her of discrimination for never calling on him for questions. CONTINUE READING…