Karine Just Got Challenged Directly to Her Face
It is common knowledge that Joe Biden’s most recent effort to save his presidential campaign in 2022 involves attacking Donald Trump. The 45th president’s opinions on the election in 2020 came under attack from his White House, which continued the tradition of attacking previous presidents.
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However, one of the reporters did not believe it. He sent a direct challenge to the press secretary of the White House, reminding her of her previous tweets regarding 2016 and 2018.
KJP feels the same way about being challenged over her own comments as her boss does, and she does not enjoy it.
Peter Doocy of Fox News challenged Jean-Pierre about her tweets in which she claimed that the presidential election in 2016 had been rigged. Not only that, but she asserted that the contest for governor of Georgia in 2018 was illegitimately won by the Republican Brian Kempt.
This comes after Hillary and Joe Biden, along with the rest of the Democrats, accused President Trump of extremism for his statements about the election in 2020. What was the great rebuttal that Jean-Pierre offered? What? It sounds like claiming that an election was rigged is acceptable, as long as the focus of your argument is on voter rights.
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When a Republican wins an election, might it be acceptable to argue that the election was rigged?
Jeannette Pierre was exercising her rights under the First Amendment in order to voice her opinions. But she intends to deny Trump and other candidates the same rights when they discuss the 2020 election, doesn’t she?
Doocy did an excellent job of exposing the hypocrisy of the left. It would appear that slandering a Republican while making allegations that an election was rigged is acceptable behavior. But if you are confused or troubled by the outcomes of one of the most perplexing and unsettling elections in the past 20 years, then you are an extremist.
That makes things a lot easier for Democrats who want to manipulate the system in their favor, which is a fairly convenient situation to be in. But something tells me that people in the United States won’t buy it.