The brand-new press secretary for the Biden regime Karine Jean-Pierre has quite the habit of referring to everyone she disagrees with a racist.
That’s not just me, even reporter Jon Levine of the New York Post notes that Jean-Pierre has “a long history of accusing policies and political enemies of ‘racism.'”
Hey, Jon… any factual evidence you can point to? As a matter of fact, there is.
As reporter Levin quite correctly cites;
The Post looked at Jean-Pierre’s tweets between 2015 and 2020 and found a staggering 57 instances where she accused people, policies, ideas, or words of being “racist.”
And Jean-Pierre accused people and ideas she was opposed to as “racist” at least 43 times in TV appearances too, according to video clipping service Grabien, whose available analysis spanned just the first two years of President Trump’s term in office.
Her target on both social media and TV was overwhelmingly Trump.
Personally speaking, I seem to recall Jean-Pierre fairly recently referring to Pres. Trump as “The Grand Wizard of the Birther Movement.”
So, I did a bit of digging. Turns out she most certainly did (see video below).
But here’s the fatal flaw for Jean-Pierre; the entire Birther Movement began back in 2007 with the, wait for it… 2008 Hillary Clinton for President Campaign.
Hey, Kevin… any factual evidence you can point to? As a matter of fact, there is.
John Nolte of the Daily Wire cited and provided links directly to “… 11 things our corrupt media does not want the public to know about Hillary Clinton’s role in inventing Birtherism. Please note that all of my sources are mainstream media sources.”
I didn’t want to post all of the 11 specifics Notle cited, but I did add the last one;