Karine Jean-Pierre, Pressed on Her Past Election Denial, Completely Botches Her Answer

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Many times, it has been noted that Joe Biden claimed that anyone questioning the results of an electoral vote was a “threatto democracy”, even though Biden and almost everyone else have also questioned them.

Biden sided with a supporter in 2020, who said she believed Trump was an unlegitimate president. He also stated that he believed Al Gore had won the 2000 presidential elections. Kamala Harris (Vice President of Biden) also stated that Trump was an unlegitimate president.

Karine Jean-Pierre, Biden’s press secretary is another person who denies the election. She believes Hillary stole the 2016 election, and she also claimed that Brian Kemp stole the Georgia gubernatorial elections from Stacey Abrams. On Tuesday, her story was finally exposed by Fox News White House Correspondent Peter Doocy.

Doocy, recalling that Biden had focused on attacking “MAGA Republican” for questioning the results in 2020, said that she pointed out how she denies the results of both the 2016 presidential election as well as the 2018 Georga governor’s election. Jean-Pierre laughed it off. “I knew this was coming!” Peter, I was wondering when you would ask me this question.

“Well, here’s the deal. You tweeted Trump stole an election. You tweeted Brian Kemp stole an election. You tweeted Brian Kemp, claiming that he had stolen an election.

She insisted, “So let’s be clear that this comparison that you made was just absurd.” “I have been […] At that time, I was specifically referring to what was happening in voting rights and… what was in danger from voting rights. That was what I was referring to at that time.”

Umm. What? Jean-Pierre says she knew the question was coming and that this is the best answer she could give. This is absurd. Jean-Pierre quickly rebutted, insisting that Trump won in 2016 but that Kemp won 2018 (perhaps she should tell Stacey Abrams who never conceded). She then tried to shift it back to January 6, before denying Doocy an opportunity to follow up.