Psaki’s Replacement Instantly Takes Over Her Previous Role Of Spinning Biden’s Gaffs About Inflation

After a recent press conference, it seems as though the new White House press secretary is just another carbon copy of the old White House press secretary– at least in regards to her power to spin statements and outright dodge asked questions.

This past Monday, Karine Jean-Pierre, the brand new White House press secretary, started out her very first day by dodging and deflecting a series of questions about just how having higher taxes would drive down costs and assist the American public with entirely nonsensical answers. She chose instead to go on a long inane rambling session about how rich people paying their fair share was “important,” touching on standard equity throughout the tax code, and even making references to global warming for some reason.

Peter Doocy, the Fox News’ White House Correspondent, read out a recent tweet from Jean-Pierre from Biden’s Twitter account entirely word for word, which read, “You want to bring down inflation? Let’s make sure the wealthiest corporations pay their fair share.”

The reporter then chose to follow up that statement with a simple question: “How does raising taxes on corporations reduce inflation?”

Everyone in attendance knew something good was on the way with Jean-Pierre’s response when she started it by responding with a question of her own. “Um, so … are you talking about a specific tweet?”

This prompted Doocy to once again read out the tweet.

“Look you know, we have talked about this, we have talked about this, this past year, about making sure that the wealthiest among us are paying their fair share. And that is important to do and it is something that the president has been working on every day, when we talk about inflation and lowering cost,” stuttered out Jean-Pierre (with all the verbal pauses and stop edited out for easier reading).

“So it is very important as we are seeing costs rise, as we are talking about how to, you know, build an America that is safe, that’s equal for everyone and doesn’t leave everyone behind, that is an important part as well,” she rambled on to try and save face and explain.

Jean-Pierre then just repeated the word “Important” three times but failed to ever explain why it was so important.

Doocy then continued with a simple followup question after the rambling. “But how does raising taxes on corporations lower the cost of gas, the cost of using a car, or the cost of food for everyday Americans?” he posited.

The answer from the new press secretary was far more confusing than the previous one.

“So look you know, I think we encourage those who have done very well, especially those who care about climate change, to support a fair tax code that does not charge manufacturers, workers, cops, builders a higher percentage of their earnings, that the most fortunate people in our nation, and not let that stand in the way of reducing energy costs and fighting existential problems, if you think about that as an example.”

“To support basic collective bargaining rights as well,” she went on. “That’s also important. But look you know, it is … without having a fair tax code, which is what I am talking about, then, like manufacturer workers, cops,  you know, it is not fair for them to have to pay higher taxes than the folks who are not paying taxes at all.”

“What does that have to do with inflation?” responded Doocy directly before once again repeating the original tweet from Biden.

You can watch her confused response here:

It was pointed out by Bill McMorris with The Washington Free Beacon that Jean-Pierre was not making any attempt to actually think about an answer here. She was just reading a preprepared script. The offifcials with the White House just had to know such a question was incoming, but they still outright failed to create a decent or even coherent response.

“The scariest part is that she’s reading,” stated McMorris. “This is actually the best they could do.”

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