When people are having a difficult time saying something, they often stutter their words. It can be a big tell for if someone is lying, and that’s exactly what happened recently after the stock market plunged and Peter Doocy asked Biden’s Press Secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, about it.
On June 13, 2022, “the Dow Jones ended down just over 876.06 points, the Nasdaq ended down 530.80 points, and the S&P 500 ended down 151.23, reported CNN Business. Fox White House correspondent Peter Doocy asked Biden’s Press Secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre about it and here was her answer:
She tried to read her talking points, but it was really uncomfortable, for her to try to say and for the American people to have to listen to.
First, she tried to avoid the question, saying “[w]e’re watching closely. We know families are concerned about inflation and the stock market. That is something that the president is really aware of. And so, look, we face challenges. We’ve talked about this.” The Biden administration is “watching” as we lose our life savings and investments under his watch. She never says what, if anything, he’s doing about it.
Then she pivots to how other countries are doing badly too: “We’re not the only country dealing with what we’re seeing at the moment as it relates to inflation.” This is the United States of America. We are supposed to be the greatest country in the world, not just down in the pits with every other country.
After that, she moves on to Biden’s favorite, which is to blame someone else: “You know, Putin’s price hike, inflation, coming out of a once in a generation pandemic. All of these things play a factor.” Note: not once does she accept any responsibility on the part of her administration.
And for her big finish, Jean-Pierre says, “[b]ut the thing, the way we see this is that the American people are well-positioned to face these challenges because of the economic historic gains that we have made under this president, under this president in the last 16 months.”
This is what the American people are dealing with: “S&P sinks to bear market, stock crisis gets worse[.]”
So basically, suck it up buttercup. That’s what regular Americans are expected to do. Any “gains” were literally just wiped out, so how are we “well-positioned” to face these “challenges?” Biden needs to stop passing the buck and blaming everyone and everything else and do something about the disaster he has created. Do you think he is even competent enough to do that?