Karine Jean-Pierre Hilariously Admits DOJ’s Devious Role In Trump’s Trial

From Kamala Harris to Karine Jean-Pierre, the White House may want to rethink its DEI-obsessed approach.

Especially when such DEI “assets” have progressively become major liabilities.

A recent report from the New York Post revealed that none other than the feckless White House press secretary, Jean-Pierre, hilariously claimed that the trial against Trump was on the Department of Justice (DOJ) “timeline.”

The problem with such a blanket statement is the fact that the DOJ has steadily denied having any involvement whatsoever in the prosecution of Trump in New York.

In other words, Jean-Pierre effectively admitted that Biden effectively weaponized the DOJ against Trump.

And that admission came, hilariously, after an interaction with a Fox News reporter.

“The president talks about threats to democracy,” began Fox News reporter Edward Lawrence.

Jean-Pierre swiftly interrupted him, only to land the White House in major hot water, again.

“That’s a question for the Department of Justice on their timeline and how this moves. I can’t answer that for you here,” Jean-Pierre brayed.

Well then.

So much for the DOJ’s nonsense claims before regarding its supposed lack of involvement with the prosecution of Trump.

As reported by Fox News, the DOJ has previously blasted rumors of its collusion with Manhattan prosecutors as “conspiratorial speculation” and “completely baseless.”

In fact, the DOJ has been so intent on denying its role in the Trump trial that it has fired off letters to top Republicans.

For instance, Assistant Attorney General Carlos Uriarte sent a letter to Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, protesting a tad too vehemently that the DOJ had nothing to do with the Trump trial.

“The Committee has demanded information from the Department because of what you describe as a ‘perception that the Justice Department is’ behind the District Attorney’s so-called ‘politicized prosecution’ and a ‘perception that the Biden Justice Department is politicized and weaponized’ to that end,” Uriarte raged.

Well, the DOJ has targeted conservative parents while also turning a blind eye to Hunter Biden’s very bad misdeeds.

But hey, sure, everything the DOJ does is totally kosher. Sure …

“The Department does not generally make extensive efforts to rebut conspiratorial speculation, including to avoid the risk of lending it credibility. However, consistent with the Attorney General’s commitment to transparency, the Department has taken extraordinary steps to confirm what was already clear: there is no basis for these false claims,” Uriarte continued to rant.

Right. History may be recorded differently.

Trump campaign spokeswoman Karoline Leavitt certainly was not buying the poor excuse from the White House, making it abundantly evident that Jean-Pierre did not appear to “misspeak.”

“This wasn’t a misspeak as the White House claims, this was another example of KJP not knowing what the hell is going on, just like her boss, Crooked Joe,” Leavitt declared.

That’s right.

And one can only wonder if the Dems may rethink their DEI obsession in light of such utter cluelessness.

Author: Jane Jones


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