According to reports, Jean-Pierre has a colorful past on social media and some of her past tweets now paint a very different kind of picture than the one she has attempted to portray since taking office. Far from being the level-headed straight shooter that she tries to project, Jean-Pierre is clearly a conspiratorial lunatic.
According to the new White House Press Secretary, the 2016 election and 2018 Georgia gubernatorial elections were both stolen pic.twitter.com/Ex8QyjHjZh
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) May 9, 2022
I’m actually trembling as I type this because of Jean-Pierre’s reckless attack on the validity of our elections. After all, I have been told that our system is “the most secure in history” and that fraud cannot possibly impact the outcome of any race. To even say this is tantamount to being shunned from polite society. But here we have Biden’s newest mouthpiece saying that a drone was used to steal the 2016 election?
I have no idea what she is talking about, but it’s clear that Jean-Pierre has a first-class ticket on the Hillary train and bought into the notion that Russia “hacked” the election to get Pres. Donald Trump elected. Forget all of this ludicrousness, please. But keep in mind that if you doubt Pres. Joe Biden’s legitimacy, you’re attempting to destroy our democracy. Isn’t there a lot of talk lately about the “Big Lie?”
Given all of that, it’s no surprise that Jean-Pierre believes Stacey Abrams was robbed of her election in Georgia by improper means. To be clear, there is not any evidence to suggest this. In 2018, the vote was not suppressed by any means; rather, the double standard rears its ugly head once again when Democrats can make a claim but if a Republican states something similar, cries and gnashing of teeth begin.
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