Biden White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre rage quite a press conference yesterday, storming off the stage after a reporter spoke over her while trying to ask a question.
Jean-Pierre, already facing difficult questions about the ongoing release of the Twitter Files, and how Joe Biden’s campaign and administration may have colluded with the Big Tech outfit to hide news and damage his opponent’s political campaign, left the stage entirely after being asked about the U.S.-Africa summit.
“Why is it so hard to take a question on the U.S. African Summit,” asked the reporter, before attempting to begin asking his actual question.
Jean-Pierre insisted, “it’s not hard” and spoke over the man as he attempted to ask his question.
The reporter again attempted to elucidate his actual question to Jean-Pierre. Jean-Pierre, however, continued to interrupt the man, insisting that she was already answering his question, even though it had not yet been asked.
“Thanks everybody, I’ll see you tomorrow,” Jean-Pierre suddenly said a few seconds later, closing her book of notes. Apparently she decided it was time to quit her job for the day.
According to the State Department website, Biden will host the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit in the United States from December 13-15.
A quote the website released attributed to Biden claims that the 80-year-old president looks “forward to working with African governments, civil society, diaspora communities across the United States, and the private sector to continue strengthening our shared vision for the future of U.S.-Africa relations.”
Though Jean-Pierre has never rage quit a press conference before, her job has seemingly become increasingly difficult as the Biden administration becomes less popular.
Since taking the job earlier this year, Jean-Pierre has claimed that, under Biden, “Americans save about $420 million at the pump,” shortly after accidentally admitting that rising gas prices and inflation are linked to Biden’s “Rescue Plan.”
She’s also made the wild claim that Biden is “doing a lot more” to protect the U.S. southern border than his predecessor, and asserted that Biden’s new presidential motto is “nothing without Ukraine.”
This news and commentary by Tom Pappert originally appeared on Valiant News.