Friday, May 13 will be the last day that Jen Psaki works as the White House press secretary. Psaki will join the long list of other Biden administration staffers who left the job for opportunities elsewhere.
Coming in to take Psaki’s place is deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. There are multiple conflicts of interest involving her working as press secretary.
For starters, Jean-Pierre has aligned herself with anti-Semitic, anti-Israel groups. Secondly, she also happens to be in a relationship with a CNN staffer.
However, problems with this soon-to-be press secretary just keep piling up. In fact, she’s now spreading misinformation before her first official day on the job, according to the Washington Free Beacon.
More Misinformation From the White House
The Democrat Party is constantly saying that anything which displeases them is “misinformation” that must be scrubbed from the internet. Yet, ironically, Democrats and leftists are the ones who can’t stop putting out false information.
Old tweets of Jean-Pierre have surfaced where she outrightly claims that both the Georgia 2018 governor’s race and the 2016 presidential election were stolen. Of course, these claims are not accurate.
In Georgia, Gov. Brian Kemp (R) beat Democrat Stacey Abrams fair and square. From the looks of current polling in Georgia, Kemp will face her again as he seeks a second term in the governor’s mansion.
Likewise, Hillary Clinton was fairly defeated by Donald Trump in 2016.
Jean-Pierre has not taken down these tweets or even corrected them. That’s ironic, especially considering how often Democrats claim that failure to accept election results is “a danger to democracy.”
Apparently, that’s only true when Republicans are the ones with questions or doubts about an election’s outcome.
What to Expect From Jean-Pierre as Press Secretary
During Jen Psaki’s tenure, Jean-Pierre operated directly under her. She learned from Psaki and undoubtedly took cues from her playbook.
Just as Psaki constantly lied to the American public and peddled biased agendas, America can expect the same things from Jean-Pierre. There won’t be much of a difference because, at the end of the day, the loyalty of both officials lies with the Biden administration.
Interestingly enough, the incoming press secretary’s tweets haven’t been penalized in any way for spreading misinformation. Yet, multiple conservatives have faced punitive action on social media for even suggesting foul play during the 2020 presidential election.
Collectively, the entire nation will be much better off once corrupt and dishonest officials are no longer in control of the White House.