By
Ryan E.
|
November 5, 2022

Karine Jean-Pierre Facing Possibility of Investigation

Protect the Public's Trust (PPT) is a watchdog group. As you may be able to infer by their name, their primary goal is to take on the elite media and politicians when they're lying to the American people.

Nobody should be so big that they're bigger than the American people.

Liberals think they're just that.

Pelosi, Schumer, Biden, Harris... you know who I'm talking about. The same group of clowns that have been controlling our country for years, steadily making it worse. They're also the same people that will look you in the eyes and tell you that despite them being the ones in office for sixty years, it's our fault.

Of course, that generation is grooming their next batch of liars. One who has been coming along quite nicely is Karine Jean-Pierre.

She's succeeded in replacing Jen Psaki as White House Press Secretary in the manner that Karine can't seem to tell the truth either.

I wonder if Psaki is looking on so proud each time Karine tries to fool the American people yet again.

Jean-Pierre is getting so bad that PPT was forced to write to the Office of Special Counsel after Karine has consistently withheld information that the American public deserves to know.

"Ms. Jean-Pierre has acknowledged as much herself on repeated occasions when informing the media that she is incapable of answering certain questions or is limited in her responses under the Hatch Act," they said.

Jean-Pierre is one of the most important leaders in this country.

If we can't trust her, who can we trust? Nobody on the left, that's for sure.

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