Did Jean-Pierre Just Suffer A Stroke? Stumbled More Than Biden During This Interview [Video]
It's no secret that the Biden administration has been anything but competent when it comes to public relations. From the President himself to the White House Press Secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, the entire team seems to have a hard time stringing together a complete sentence.
The latest example of this came during an interview with MSNBC's Jonathan Capehart. Jean-Pierre was asked about an object shot out of the sky over Canada and her answer was far from concise. She rambled on about an F-22 fighter aircraft being authorized to take it down and that it had been done in conjunction with Canada.
When asked why the US military fired the missile over Canada, Jean-Pierre responded that it was part of a ‘courtmanship pact’. Then, when asked about a Chinese surveillance balloon, Jean-Pierre stumbled even more. She said:
"[I]t was — the Chinese surveillance balloon was taken down about a week ago last — this past Saturday from — because the President wanted to make sure that first, that we would do it where it was safe, and that the American civilians were safe. But also in a way that we would be able to collect — collect information to let us know what was — what was part — taking analysis so that we know what this object was. That — there was a significant amount of debris that was on the ocean floor that’s being take — dredged up, taking out of the ocean and now, there’s an analysis[.]"
Jean-Pierre went on to lie about the GOP wanting to get rid of Medicare and Social Security. When asked about the debt ceiling debacle, Jean-Pierre flailed around like an idiot and gave an equally non-informative answer.
It's clear that the Biden administration is struggling to communicate with the public. From the President on down to the Press Secretary, the entire team seems to have a hard time articulating even the most basic of concepts. And, when Jean-Pierre does manage to string together a sentence, it's often filled with lies and misinformation.
The Biden Administration needs to get its act together and start communicating in a clear and concise manner. If this doesn't happen soon, it could lead to disastrous consequences for the country.