June 19, 2024

White House Briefing Shut Down After Medical Emergency

A recent White House press briefing got a bit more interesting than usual.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre had to slam the breaks on the briefing due to a medical emergency.

It was not a Joe Biden fall of freeze, but rather a reporter who apparently passed out due to the hot conditions in the briefing room.

Hold On!

A reporter was asking a question about immigration when someone got Jean-Pierre’s attention at the podium.

She immediately stated, "Hold on, did somebody pass out?”

KJP went to the back of the room where the TV cameras were set up, where the individual was on the floor being treated.

She turned to the podium, stating, "Sorry about that. Hopefully, she's okay.”

Several journalists then made comments about the stuffiness of the room, to which she replied, "You are correct. It is hot in here."

KJP asked if anyone needed water, then the presser continued…

The entire country right now is engulfed in a heat wave, including the DC area, which is seeing mid-90s, with the heat and humidity index approaching 100 degrees.

If you watched that entire video, the actual subject at the presser was in relation to immigration, and the timing of Biden’s recent moves on this front.

KJP can spin this any way she wants, but the reality of this is that it is an election stunt.

I also found it rather interesting that she still pushes the narrative that Trump was the only person separating families, which was a law put in place long before Trump ever took office.

Not only that, but the Trump administration actually ended family separation during his term after the media blew up the subject while ignoring it while Obama was in office.

Perhaps this is why Biden is suddenly surging in polling after the Trump verdict, as the media continues to cover for Biden and take every possible shot it can at Trump.

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