January 14, 2023

White House Press Secretary Blasted by Mainstream Media Over Classified Biden Docs

Even mainstream media is speaking out against White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre for avoiding questions about President Joe Biden's classified documents.

CBS hosts Errol Barnett and Lana Zak addressed their concerns with the press secretary on Thursday.

"For a second straight day now, the White House struggling to answer any questions related to classified documents discovered at locations associated with President Biden, citing Karine Jean-Pierre there, the press secretary, simply reading a statement, where she says the president was surprised by the discovery, takes this matter very seriously, the documents were inadvertently misplaced and he doesn't know what's in them," Barnett said.

"But Lana, we've been listening here," Barnett continued. "She has not answered a single question, outside of a prewritten statement by the president's lawyers."

It's certainly not the first time Jean-Pierre has refused to respond to a question. An August exchange involving the press secretary went viral after a reporter asked the same question six times with no answer.

"Who is paying for this?" Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy asked regarding the $1.7 trillion deficit reduction bill.

Despite numerous attempts, the reporter was unable to get anything beyond a prewritten statement that did not address the question.

The concern is now being addressed by networks traditionally favorable to the left, adding to pressure from conservatives over the press secretary's question dodging.

The latest doubts add to frustrations over Biden's classified documents, especially as a special counsel has now been named to investigate.

Source: the Daily Caller

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