White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre increasingly is being challenged for repeated lying about the catastrophic situation at the U.S. southern border. The latest example came during a press briefing on Monday 29 August 2022, when Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy asked Jean-Pierre about the Biden administration policy on unvaccinated foreign national individuals coming to the U.S. His question was in connection with the banning of tennis star Novak Djokovic from competing in the US Open because he’s not vaccinated, when hordes of untested, potentially unvaccinated illegal migrants flood across the U.S.-Mexico border every day.
As disingenuously as ever, Jean-Pierre replied that “It’s not just that people are walking across the border”, when, of course, everyone can see with their own eyes that that’s exactly what’s happening.
The next day, 30 Aug 2022, National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd appeared on Fox and Friends and also called out Jean-Pierre, claiming outright that “she’s lying” about what he and Border Patrol agents see happening every single day along the U.S.-Mexican border. Thanks to superb reporting from journalists on that border, it’s becoming harder and harder for the White House to deny reality.
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Sources Referenced Below:
Brandon Judd: Karine Jean-Pierre is lying about the border and knows media won’t cover what’s really happening, by Elizabeth Heckman, August 30, 2022
White House called out for hypocrisy on COVID travel restrictions, unvaccinated migrants
The White House Is Creating A Texas-Border Patrol Standoff, By Brian Lonergan, August 24, 2022
A violent clash between federal and state law enforcement at our border is a nightmarish scenario.
Don’t believe your eyes: WH claims migrants are not just ‘walking’ across border, By Mark Moore, August 29, 2022
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre insisted on Monday that migrants are not just “walking” across the border — an event captured near daily by press photographers.
This column was originally published at Defend the Border & Save Lives
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