WH Reporter Slips Up, Admits Their Plans For Trump

Trump has referred to the several charges the Biden Justice Department and left-leaning district attorneys have launched against him as “election meddling,” and on Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre unintentionally seemed to corroborate his claims.

House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) was among the Congressmen who attended the trial earlier in the day on Tuesday.

“I wanted to come here and support President Trump since he is a buddy.” Since the court will not let us talk inside the courthouse, I am communicating with you outside. That is only one of the several issues that exist here,” Johnson stated on Tuesday. We previously examined the president’s activities in this case, but we did not bring any formal charges. For what reason is this the case? This is due to the absence of any criminal activity in the area. Now, eight years later, this thing has all of a sudden come back to life. They’ve restored it. And why does that stand the test? Okay, then use common sense. It is visible to everyone. The fact that Election Day is still six months away is painfully clear. And for that reason, For that purpose, they brought these allegations both here and around the nation.”

During the White House press conference on Tuesday, a reporter made the decision to inquire about this.

“Did Speaker Johnson have a right to attend the former president’s trial today?” the reporter questioned.

“Well, since this has to do with the elections in 2024, I cannot talk about it, and I do not want to comment,” Jean-Pierre said. “As for the speaker’s timetable, I have no comment. It is up to him to make that decision. Remember that there is a connection between this and an impartial legal system. I will thus be extremely careful. Additionally, he makes decisions about what to do with his business. He is free to make that decision.”

When Jean-Pierre said, “I do not want to remark as this is relevant to the 2024 elections,” did she unintentionally divulge something important? To me, it certainly sounds that way. Her comment connected the pending trial to the 2024 election, but she could have simply refused to discuss the issue by citing the Hatch Act.

If that is not precisely how the Biden White House perceives it, why would she do it? The government views this trial as having everything to do with the election, rather than as a valid proceeding separate from it.

The Republican National Committee noticed, of course.

Her statements reveal a startling admission of political motivations behind the trial, aimed at manipulating the election. Democrats are stuck with an 81-year-old candidate who has cognitive impairments and has been lagging behind Trump in the polls for months.

Democrats plotted to find a way to remove Trump as a threat in the 2024 election, just as they had planned to impeach him before he even took office in 2017. They considered removing him from the ballot, assigning partisan prosecutors funded by Soros to pursue him, or even abusing the Justice Department to target him. And they have acknowledged it at last.

Author: Blake Ambrose


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