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5 Radical Facts About Incoming White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre


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Karine Jean-Pierre was named the new White House press secretary on Thursday, taking over from Jen Psaki, who is departing for MSNBC on May 13.

Jean-Pierre’s appointment was hailed as “historic,” since she will be the first black woman and “out” LGBTQ person to serve in the role. However, there are several facts about Jean-Pierre’s record of radical politics that might prove to be more important than her skin color or her sexual preference. Here are five facts:

 

1. Jean-Pierre worked for radical organization MoveOn.org. MoveOn.org, launched in the late 1990s to oppose the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, pushed, ironically, for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, abandoning its former principles. The group also infamously accused General David Petraeus, then commanding U.S. forces during the Iraq War, of betraying the country. Jean-Pierre worked for MoveOn.org from 2016 until the 2020 presidential campaign.

2. Jean–Pierre has a history of anti-Israel radicalism. In 2019, Jean-Pierre applauded Democratic presidential candidates for boycotting the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee policy conference in Washington, DC, a prominent pro-Israel gathering. “You cannot call yourself a progressive while continuing to associate yourself with an organization like AIPAC that has often been the antithesis of what it means to be progressive,” Jean-Pierre wrote.:snip:

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New White House press secretary sparks fresh ethical dilemma for CNN: Psaki replacement Karine Jean-Pierre's partner is CNN political reporter Suzanne Malveaux - as critics liken conflict of interest to Chris Cuomo scandal

  • Karine Jean-Pierre, 44, was announced on Thursday as the next White House press secretary, taking over from Jen Psaki on May 13
  • Born in Martinique to Haitian parents, Jean-Pierre grew up in New York and is the first black woman and the first gay person in the role
  • She lives with her partner, CNN's national correspondent, Suzanne Malveaux, and their seven-year-old daughter, Soleil
  • While many were celebrating the historic nature of her appointment, others noted that it poses questions of a conflict of interest
  • Breitbart's editor-in-chief said it was 'one of many examples of the corporate media LITERALLY in bed with the government it covers' :snip:
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five-radical-facts-about-incoming-press-secretary-karine-jean-pierre
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Karine Jean-Pierre was named the new White House press secretary on Thursday, taking over from Jen Psaki, who is departing for MSNBC on May 13.

Jean-Pierre’s appointment was hailed as “historic,” since she will be the first black woman and “out” LGBTQ person to serve in the role. However, there are several facts about Jean-Pierre’s record of radical politics that might prove to be more important than her skin color or her sexual preference. Here are five facts:

 

1. Jean-Pierre worked for radical organization MoveOn.org. MoveOn.org, launched in the late 1990s to oppose the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, pushed, ironically, for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, abandoning its former principles. The group also infamously accused General David Petraeus, then commanding U.S. forces during the Iraq War, of betraying the country. Jean-Pierre worked for MoveOn.org from 2016 until the 2020 presidential campaign.

2. Jean–Pierre has a history of anti-Israel radicalism. In 2019, Jean-Pierre applauded Democratic presidential candidates for boycotting the annual American Israel Public Affairs Committee policy conference in Washington, DC, a prominent pro-Israel gathering. “You cannot call yourself a progressive while continuing to associate yourself with an organization like AIPAC that has often been the antithesis of what it means to be progressive,” Jean-Pierre wrote.:snip:

 

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5. Jean-Pierre stoked racial divisions and fears when Donald Trump took office. She told Bill Maher on HBO’s Real Time, * “I think the thing to understand is that, if you are not white, male, straight, you are — you fear a — Donald Trump’s presidency because there is no place for you in a Donald Trump’s presidency.” **She later claimed that Trump wanted to put a “whites only” sign on the Statue of Liberty, and claimed Trump had been a lifelong racist, despite evidence to the contrary.

 

* Ok I understand this was the "thinking" on The Left about Donald Trump when he came into office. But after 4 years of Trump they Still think that. And we on the Right are supposed to be the one who live in a fantasy world?

 

** A question I have asked our Leftist Friends. "Give Me 3 Examples....Cite Sources."

 

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