Joe Biden’s verbal attacks on voters is making Karine Jean-Pierre’s job very difficult

Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre holds a daily briefing Wednesday, May 26, 2021 in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House. (Official White House Photo by Katie Ricks). Original public domain image from Flickr

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre can only deny verifiable truth so much. 

She was left embarrassed when proof was quickly unearthed that revealed the truth was exactly the opposite of what she so boldly touted. 

In a stunning display of selective amnesia, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre boldly declared that President Biden never insults voters or the American people . . . but she was quickly proven incorrect. 

A quick journey through the annals of Biden’s public interactions reveals a troubling pattern of dismissive and derogatory remarks aimed squarely at those he purportedly serves.

One noteworthy incident occurred in December 2019, during a campaign event in Iowa. 

A concerned voter, citing Biden’s age and his son Hunter’s questionable employment with Burisma Holdings, confronted the then-Presidential candidate. 

In response, Biden unleashed a fiery retort, exclaiming, “You’re a damn liar, man.” 

The exchange showcased Biden’s penchant for defensiveness when faced with uncomfortable truths.

The following May, Biden, in an appearance on The Breakfast Club radio show, made headlines with a racially charged remark. 

When challenged by the host about his record and the choice between him and Trump, Biden callously asserted, “If you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.” 

The remark sparked outrage, with critics condemning Biden for presumptuously questioning the authenticity of Black identity based on political allegiance.

Fast forward to August 2020, and Biden found himself in another controversy. 

When questioned about taking a cognitive test amid concerns about his mental acuity, Biden responded dismissively, asking the reporter, “Are you a junkie?” 

The insinuation that taking a cognitive test is akin to testing for drug use drew sharp criticism, highlighting Biden’s tendency to deflect serious questions with inappropriate and belittling responses.

In September 2020, while interacting with an autoworker during a campaign event, Biden’s true colors shone through. 

Unhappy with the line of questioning, Biden snapped, “You’re a horse’s a–.” 

This incident reinforced the narrative that Biden, despite claiming to be a unifying figure, resorts to name-calling when faced with dissenting opinions.

The saga continued into 2022 when Biden, unaware of an open microphone, directed a vulgar insult at Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy, labeling him a “stupid son of a bi—” in response to a question about inflation. 

This unfiltered outburst offered a glimpse into the President’s true feelings when not bound by scripted responses.

For many Americans who have witnessed these episodes unfold, Biden’s dismissive attitude towards dissenting voices and his inclination to resort to personal attacks are disconcerting. 

The very individuals he is elected to represent find themselves on the receiving end of a leader who seems more interested in silencing criticism than engaging in meaningful dialogue.

As the White House remains tight-lipped in the face of these instances, one wonders how the President’s defenders reconcile the stark contrast between Jean-Pierre’s assertion and the reality of Biden’s public interactions. 

In a political landscape marred by division, these episodes only serve to deepen the chasm between the President and a significant segment of the American population. 

The question lingers: Can a leader who dismisses and insults those who disagree with him genuinely represent the diverse voices of the nation? 

The answer may shape the narrative for the remainder of Biden’s Presidency.

Informed American will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.