Biden’s New Press Secretary Is an Election Conspiracy Theorist


If you believe there was voter fraud in the 2020 elections and Donald Trump was the legitimate victor, you will be called a wacko by the left and insurrectionist and accused of undermining democracy.

If you think that Hillary Clinton stole the 2016 election or that Stacey Abrams won the Georgia gubernatorial elections in 2018, you could be the next White House Press secretary.

Jen Psaki’s replacement as a spokesperson for the administration will be Karine Jean-Pierre. She has a history that undermines democracy.

After Trump’s win in 2016, Kaine Jean Pierre tweeted, “Stolen emails and stolen drone, stolen vote Welcome To The World of #Unpresidented Trump.”

Jean-Pierre continued to embrace conspiracy theories about election results after Stacey Abrams’ loss in the 2018 Georgia governor’s election. Jean-Pierre claimed that in 2020, despite Abrams’ ridiculous claims of widespread voter suppression being disproven,” Brian Kemp had stolen the gubernatorial elections from Georgians.

Abrams has not conceded defeat in this election, despite reliable sources telling me that it is an attack upon democracy to question the results.

While mainstream media loves to gush about a Black Lesbian Woman, being appointed White House Press Secretary, others like us have been open to pointing out troubling facts, such as accusations of conflict of interest or anti-Semitism.