Watch: Press Sec Jean-Pierre Faux Pas Ends Up Gutting Biden & The Democrats
The daily press conferences at the White House are turning into a daily hour comedy special, and a faux pas made by Press Secretary Jean-Pierre crushed the Biden administration.
Due to Biden’s policies, the stock market is lower than when Joe Biden took office, gas is higher than ever, and inflation is out of control.
Not to mention items like baby formula and feminine hygiene products are disappearing, and nobody seems to know why.
What’s even more infuriating is that the Biden administration doesn’t even seem to understand how to stabilize the rise of inflation, let alone what to do to bring prices down.
Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre’s response to questions from Fox News reporter Peter Doocy highlighted the administration’s incompetence and the failures of the Democratic party.
Doocy: “Biden once bragged about the stock market ‘hitting record, after record, after record on my watch.’ How about now?”
Jean-Pierre: “The American people are well positioned to face these challenges because of the economic historic gains that we have made under [Biden].” pic.twitter.com/sjLLE0aCQH
— Washington Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) June 13, 2022
From that point on, the rest of the press conference went downhill.
Q: “What is the president’s message to somebody who might wanna retire, but their 401k is getting wiped out?”
Karine Jean-Pierre audibly sighs, then says Biden is “incredibly focused” on the economy. pic.twitter.com/vd0TDUC58J
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) June 13, 2022
Perhaps the most damaging part of the press conference was Jean-Pierre’s response to the baby formula shortage. Keep in mind Bloomberg reported a week prior that in 1 out of 5 states, 90% of infant formula is out of stock.
She didn’t have an update, and she didn’t “circle back either.”
Karine Jean-Pierre is asked if there are any updates on the baby formula shortage.
She spends almost 20 seconds flipping through her binder before saying she has no update on it. pic.twitter.com/5a9gLetxdM
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) June 13, 2022