Jen Psaki’s Replacement Accused Trump of Stealing 2016 Election

( White House press secretary Jen Psaki’s highly-anticipated last day on the job is Friday, May 13. And the woman replacing her at the helm turns out to be one of those notorious “election deniers.”

Psaki’s replacement is one of the current deputy press secretaries, Karine Jean-Pierre.

The White House was quick to boast of this “historic” appointment. You see, Jean-Pierre is a black lesbian married to a CNN reporter. Whether or not Jean-Pierre is qualified for the job remains to be seen. But at least she checks the right boxes.

In her role as deputy press secretary, Jean-Pierre has developed a reputation for being overly cautious in press briefings, often telling reporters that she has no response to their questions.

But according to Jen Psaki, in addition to being the “first black woman” and first “LGBTQ” press secretary in history, Karine Jean-Pierre is also “passionate,” “smart,” and has a “moral core.”

Psaki, however, made no mention of the fact that Jean-Pierre is also an “election denier.”

Yes, the new White House press secretary has a history of peddling the “Big Lie” that elections were “stolen.”

While she was working on the Biden presidential campaign, Jean-Pierre tweeted the link to an April 2020 MSNBC article about Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, adding a “reminder” that Kemp “stole the gubernatorial election from Georgians and Stacey Abrams.”

Isn’t complaining about Brian Kemp stealing elections a threat to democracy? Haven’t the media, Democrat lawmakers, and the White House all told us that – often and loudly?

But that wasn’t the first time Election Denier Jean-Pierre complained about stolen elections.

In a December 2016 tweet, Jean-Pierre accused “#unpresidented Trump” of stealing the election.

It is reported that Jen Psaki is leaving the White House to take a job with the left-leaning cable news outlet MSNBC. It is one of the cable news channels that never stops reminding us that questioning the results of elections is tantamount to “insurrection.”