Jen Psaki’s last day as White House press officer was yesterday, and her replacement on Monday will be former deputy press officer, Karine Jean-Pierre. Jonathan Levine shared a preview of the kind of things we might hear from the podium when Jean-Pierre takes over (not counting the allegations of Republicans steal the election):
– Jon Levine (@LevineJonathan) May 14, 2022
Tom Elliot has seen it repeatedly:
In reviewing dozens of his interviews, it was rare @ KJP46 appear on TV and DO NOT accuse anyone or anything of being racist. When this has become your reflective benchmark, it is indicative of a mental handicap that prevents you from actually … thinking. https://t.co/GUsSvJ4zx0
– Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) May 14, 2022
Thought is the load which the left wants people to do.
It must be an election year. https://t.co/5WCAg8xb98
– Bob Lonsberry (@BobLonsberry) May 14, 2022
From New York post:
The Post looked at Jean-Pierre’s tweets between 2015 and 2020 and found 57 astounding cases in which he accused people, policies, ideas or words of being “racist”.
And Jean-Pierre has accused people and ideas she was against of being “racist” at least 43 times even in television appearances, according to video clipping service Grabien, whose available analysis covers only the first two years of President Trump’s term.
His focus on both social media and TV was overwhelmingly Trump.
When you can’t argue about the merits, accuse the other side of being racist. It is a centuries-old tradition on the left.
Democratic platform: everyone and everything we don’t like is: RACIST.
– 𝒞𝑜𝓃𝓈𝓉𝒾𝓉𝓊𝓉𝒾𝑜𝓃𝒶𝓁𝒾𝓈𝓉 (@MSMCali) May 14, 2022
Biden does so too when he says that anyone who doesn’t support the left’s “voter protection laws” are no better than a segregationist.