Karine Jean-Pierre melted down when she was asked this one simple question
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre is way in over her head. She’s having a hard time trying to spin…
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre is way in over her head.
She’s having a hard time trying to spin Joe Biden’s constant blunders.
And Karine Jean-Pierre melted down when she was asked this one simple question.
Democrats got the upper hand in the 2020 election by using the pandemic as cover to dismantle election security measures.
Georgia was ground zero for controversy during the 2020 election after President Joe Biden narrowly won the Peach State.
After irregularities in 2020, Georgia’s Republican-controlled state government went to work to improve election integrity in the state.
In 2021, Georgia passed an election integrity bill that restricted the use of drop boxes, limited ballot harvesting, and mandated the use of a photo ID with absentee ballots.
Democrats melted down and whipped up a bogus controversy that resulted in Major League Baseball moving its All-Star Game from Atlanta.
The Left claimed that basic election security was nothing more than “voter suppression” aimed at black communities.
President Joe Biden called it “Jim Crow” and had the Justice Department file a lawsuit to stop the bill.
“This is Jim Crow in the 21st Century,” Biden said in 2021 after the bill passed. “It must end. We have a moral and Constitutional obligation to act.”
Biden falsely claimed the bill was an “attack on the right to vote” that “effectively denies the right to vote to countless voters.”
Early voting is underway in Georgia for the Midterm elections.
This is the first major election under the new election integrity bill.
And despite claims that Georgia’s new law would suppress voters, the state is smashing early voting records.
Turnout in Georgia is up 63% compared to the last Midterm election in 2018.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was questioned about Biden’s “Jim Crow” attacks on Georgia after the state saw a big jump in turnout.
“Was President Biden wrong with his assessment of Georgia’s voting law? Where does he stand by that Jim Crow comparison?” a reporter asked Jean-Pierre.
Jean-Pierre gave one of the most insane answers of her brief stint as the regime’s mouthpiece.
“And speaking generally of course, more broadly, of course, high turnout and voter suppression can take place at the same time,” Jean-Pierre replied. “They don’t have to be, one doesn’t have to happen on its own. They could be happening at the same time.”
High voter turnout and suppression are of course the complete opposites of each other.
Democrats spent so much time lying about Georgia’s election integrity law that Jean-Pierre had no answer when faced with the truth.
Jean-Pierre was asked if the White House found “instances of voter suppression in Georgia and other states that adopted some of these laws over the last two years.”
However, she dodged the question by saying, “I just laid out what we’ve seen ourselves, from what legislation, state legislation we have seen across the country that is suppressing the right to vote, and look, we believe that people should have the fundamental access to voting.”
Karine Jean-Pierre utterly humiliated herself trying to defend Joe Biden’s absurd lie about Georgia’s election integrity bill.