It’s no secret that Joe Biden’s latest attempt to salvage 2022 has been to go after Trump. His White House continued that trend, criticizing the 45th president over his views on the 2020 Election.
But one reporter was not buying it. He challenged the White House press secretary directly–reminding her of her old tweets about 2016 and 2018.
From Fox News:
Fox News reporter Peter Doocy confronted White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre with her own past tweets denying election results Tuesday, asking her whether it was as “extreme” to do so in 2016 as it was in 2020…
“You tweeted Trump stole an election. You tweeted Brian Kemp stole an election. If denying election results is extreme now, why wasn’t it then?”
“Let’s be really clear: That comparison you just made is ridiculous,” Jean-Pierre said, adding that she was speaking specifically about voting rights at the time.
Just like her boss, KJP doesn’t like being challenged over her own words.
Fox News’ Peter Doocy confronted Jean-Pierre over tweets in which she said the 2016 Presidential Election was stolen.
Not only that, but she claimed the 2018 Georgia governor’s race was stolen by Republican Brian Kempt.
This, after she and Joe Biden (and all Democrats) accused Trump of “extremism” over his claims about the 2020 Election.
What was Jean-Pierre’s brilliant rebuttal? That her tweets were about “voting rights.”
What? So, it’s okay to say an election was stolen… so long as your claims are about voting rights?
Perhaps it’s okay to say an election was stolen if a Republican wins?
Jean-Pierre was using her First Amendment rights to express her views. But she wants to deny Trump and others the same rights when they talk about the 2020 Election?
Doocy expertly exposed the left’s double standard. It’s okay, apparently, to claim an election was stolen–if you are slandering a Republican.
But if you have questions about one of the most confusing and troubling election results of the last 20 years–you’re an “extremist.”
That’s pretty convenient if you’re a Democrat who wants to game the system in their favor. But something tells me Americans aren’t buying it.
- Peter Doocy challenged the White House press secretary over her tweets calling past elections “stolen.”
- Jean-Pierre and Joe Biden have called Trump “extreme” for challenging the 2020 results.
- Democrats have claimed anyone who questions the 2020 Election as pushing the “Big Lie.”
Source: Fox News