Jen Psaki’s Replacement Fails To Deliver The Goods

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Let’s hope for Biden’s sake that Karine Jean-Pierre finds her footing behind the podium as the days go on.

The new White House press secretary gave a shoddy first-day performance as she stumbled, stammered, and stuttered through a press briefing. Jean-Pierre failed to deliver the overlying message on a handful of topics and buckled under questioning from Fox News’ Peter Doocy.

Doocy welcomed Jean-Pierre to the podium before asking about a Joe Biden tweet in which the cognitively deficient president claims inflation will lower if billionaires pay more taxes.

This is the tweet in question:


Biden again is trying to hammer home his left-wing agenda that states America is broke because billionaires don’t pay taxes — a debunked myth that Democrats invent to justify tax hikes.

Doocy simply asked what proof the cognitively deficient President had that raising taxes on corporations and billionaires will cure inflation.

Jean-Pierre seemed alarmed, baffled by the question and clearly caught off guard before she responded, “Um, so, are you talking about a specific tweet?”


She proceeded to babble on in a nonsensical rant filled with “um” and “uh” — a true sign of not knowing what you’re talking about.

Doocy pressed again, asking: “But how does raising taxes on corporations lower the cost of gas, the cost of a used car, the cost of food for everyday Americans?”

“But look, by not, without, having a fairer tax code, which is what I’m talking about, then all, like, manufacture workers, cops, you know, it’s not fair for them to have to pay higher taxes than the folks who are not paying taxes at all,” she continued.

“But what does that have to do with inflation?” Doocy asked.

Jean-Pierre simply couldn’t manage. However, she was incredibly clear during the portion her press briefing when she described her accolades, such as being a “black, gay, immigrant woman” as if that somehow counts for anything.


Inspired by Elon Musk, Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos took Biden to task over the aforementioned tweet, spurring a battle of wits between the White House and Big Tech.


Meanwhile, you can’t argue with the facts: Inflation reached its quickest uptick since December 1981 after soaring 8.5% in March.

Author: Ann Taylor

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