Recently introduced White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has a long history of blaming arrangements and political adversaries for “prejudice,” an audit of her online entertainment and TV news appearances show.
The Post saw Jean-Pierre’s tweets somewhere in the range of 2015 and 2020 and found an amazing 57 examples where she charged individuals, strategies, thoughts, or expressions of being “bigot.”
Also, Jean-Pierre blamed individuals and thoughts she was against as “bigot” no less than multiple times in TV appearances as well, as per video cutting assistance Grabien, whose accessible investigation crossed only the initial two years of President Trump’s term in office.
Her objective on both web-based entertainment and TV was predominantly Trump.
“On the off chance that it strolls like a bigot, talks like a bigot, behaves like a bigot, it is a bigot and we have a bigoted president in the White House who truly pushes his bigotry like a peacock,” she told a sneering board on the MSNBC show “AM Joy” in 2018.
“Donald Trump is a RACIST!” she railed in a tweet from Jan 2018, repeating what turned into a typical forgo her during his administration.
“Donald Trump is the most outwardly racist President that we have seen in generations and African Americans voters aren’t blind to that. He uses his megaphone to divide people, spew racism, and give cover to white supremacists,”
she tweeted in 2020.
Her new boss, President Biden, got in on the act in during the 2020 presidential campaign, claiming Trump was “one of the most racist presidents’ we’ve ever had.”
Trump was far not alone as an object of her derision — Jean-Pierre also ripped the former president’s staff and confidants as racists too.
“Steve Bannon is a white Supremacist. Steve Bannon is a white Nationalist
Steve Bannon is a racist,”
Jean-Pierre also blasted former Attorney General Jeff Sessions as “a bigot & a racist,” who “views brown and black people as less than, not even human,” according to a tweet from June 2018.
Jean-Pierre, a one-time national spokesperson for the far left group MoveOn, has never been shy about dropping the R word for polices and institutions she found objectionable as well.
“[Fox News] was racist before coronavirus, they are racist during the coronavirus, Fox News will be racist after the coronavirus,”
Jean-Pierre, a public devotee of Critical Race Theory, and its founder, the radical academic Kimberlé Crenshaw, also includes her own country in the broadside. She has embraced the position that “systemic racism” runs through every facet of the United States. The viewpoint is a cornerstone of CRT thinking.
“Racism doesn’t have political stripes. It’s a systematic problem in this country,”
“A tactic of hers has been to automatically reach toward talking points that fire up the Democratic base and don’t translate to the majority of the American people,”
someone who frequently appeared with her on television told The Post.
Reps for Jean-Pierre did not immediately respond to request for comment from The Post.