Newly installed White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has a long history of accusing “racism” on policies and political enemies, reviewing her social media and TV news appearances.
The post saw the tweets of Jean-Pierre between 2015 and 2020 And found a staggering 57 instances where it accused people, policies, ideas or words of being “racist.”
And Jean-Pierre accused the people and views he was protesting in TV appearances as “racist” at least 43 times, according to video clipping service Grabion, whose analysis is available in the first two years of President Trump’s term. It was spread.
Trump was his target on both social media and TV.
“If it walks like a racist, talks like a racist, acts like a racist, then it’s a racist and we have a racist president in the White House who really does his racism like a peacock. forwards,” she told a smiling panel on MSNBC. Show “AM Joy” in 2018.
“Donald Trump is a racist!” He featured in a tweet From January 2018, what had become a common practice for him during his presidency was echoed.
“Donald Trump is the most outwardly racist president we’ve seen in generations and African American voters are not blind to it. He uses his megaphone to divide people, spread racism, and cover up white supremacists.” Tweet in 2020.
His new boss, President Biden, got in the act during the 2020 presidential campaign, claiming that Trump was “one of the most racist presidents we’ve had.”
Trump was not alone in being the object of his derision – Jean-Pierre also slammed the former president’s staff and confidants as racist.
“Steve Bannon is a white supremacist. Steve Bannon is a white nationalist
Steve Bannon is a racist.” he roared In September 2018, the president’s former White House counselor K. He also made the same allegation Sebastian GorkaAnother Trump White House adviser.
Jean-Pierre also slammed former Attorney General Jeff Sessions as “a fanatic and a racist” who “sees brown and black people as no less than human, even less than human.” Let’s see,” according to one Tweet from June 2018,
Jean-Pierre, the one-time national spokesperson for the far-left group MoveOn, has never been shy about dropping the R word for policies and institutions he found objectionable.
,[Fox News] They were racist before coronavirus, they were racist during coronavirus, Fox News will be racist after coronavirus,” Jean-Pierre said during an appearance on “AM Joy” on March 15. He told American Israel Public in a Newsweek op-ed from 2019 Exploded the affairs committee as “seriously racist”.
Jean Pierre, a public devotee The radical academic Kimberley Crenshaw, of Critical Race Theory, and its founder, also encompasses his country widely. It has taken the position that “systemic racism” permeates every aspect of the United States. Approach is a cornerstone of CRT thinking.
“Racism does not have political streaks. This is a systemic problem in this country,” she said in February 2019 Tweet, “Systemic racism pervades every part of our society,” she said Tweet From June 2020.
“One of his tactics has been to automatically reach talking points that set the Democratic base on fire and don’t translate to the majority of the American people,” someone who frequently appeared with him on television told The Post. told.
A representative for Jean-Pierre did not immediately respond to a request for comment from the Post.