WH Effort to Clean up After Biden and Harris Goes All Kinds of Wrong – Opinion

It is the White House’s role to communicate the Biden Administration’s position. But it’s one heck of a tough job because it also involves cleaning up after Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, who so frequently make a mess of things. It doesn’t help when the person who is the press secretary keeps stepping in it herself.

Here’s Karine Jean-Pierre agreeing, at least in part, that what Kamala Harris said — comparing the Supreme Court opinion returning the decision on abortion to the states to slavery — was right.

Kamala made a terrible and insensitive statement. Jean Pierre also agrees with her. It wasn’t easy to clean up all the mistakes.

But she didn’t leave it there, she continued on the abortion subject and managed to make a rather glaring blunder, referring to Justice Clarence Thomas as “Judge Thompson.”

I understand that they don’t like him, but at least they could have the basic respect for him to get his name right. Jean-Pierre’s comments about Jean Pierre were also important. Dobbs decision was deceptive — that “they’re looking to go further.” The Supreme Court in its majority opinion made clear that its decision only related to abortion. So to try to claim that the Court was “looking to go further” based on the things that Justice Thomas said in his concurrence is just a lie.

Then she attempted to get across the point of the day, namely how everyone should be excited that the Biden Administration had saved $25 per month in gas. “We’re not taking a victory lap,” she said, as she tried to take a victory lap.

This is so ridiculous! Victory lap! Due to their poor policies, gasoline is $2.00 more expensive than it was before Biden entered. Because the demand has fallen, they want to take credit for this drop. Vladimir Putin is the reason for all of this. If they believe we’ll buy their spin, they are claiming that we are foolish. But it wasn’t just Jean-Pierre trying this spin — NEC Director Brian Deese and Joe Biden himself were pushing this false talking point.

Fox’s Peter Doocy punctured Jean-Pierre’s effort, mentioning how much gas prices have gone up since Biden came in.

Yes, we do have to look at “how we got here” as Jean-Pierre responded — let’s look right at Biden’s attacks on the energy industry which have exacerbated the situation.

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