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New WH Press Secretary Kept Alleging Trump/Russia Collusion Conspiracy, Called Trump Racist

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The new incoming White House Press Secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, has a history of issuing incendiary Left-wing tweets alleging conspiracies and targeting former President Donald Trump.

Jean-Pierre, currently the principal deputy press secretary, will replace current Press Secretary Jen Psaki, who is leaving to join MSNBC this week.

Jean-Pierre, who served in the White House Office of Political Affairs under former President Barack Obama, then served as a senior adviser to the Biden presidential 2020 campaign, and later served as vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris’ chief of staff,  publicly called Trump a racist in 2019 on MSNBC, ranting:

Donald Trump put his hand on the Bible… and took the oath of the presidency to be a president for all of us. And since that day, since that moment, every hour, he seems to just prove that to be wrong, right? He is not a president for Black people. He’s not a president for women. He’s not a president for brown people. He’s not a president for the LGBTQ community. He chooses to just double down and triple down on bigotry and racism.

Prior to that, as Fox News noted, one month after Trump was elected, she seemingly supported the Russia/collusion conspiracy theories targeting Trump. tweeting, “Flynn, Manafort and The Donald himself (inviting Russia to partake in espionage on our election) #PutinLoveAffair.”

In July 2018, she tweeted that Trump was Russian President Vladimir Putin’s puppet, writing, “And, Russia is still winning because his puppet Trump continues to flagrantly degrade America’s standing on the global stage.”

She doubled down two days later, adding, “Sadly, Putin has always had control over Trump. Putin is laughing back home to Russia. The only thing that surprised Putin is how simple and idiotic Donald Trump truly is. Trump made it incredibly easy for Putin. Russia is winning and we are losing.”

In October 2018, during the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, she trumpeted about his accuser Julie Swetnick — who later changed her initial story attacking Kavanaugh — “Julie Swetnick, 3rd Brett Kavanaugh accuser tells @nbc that he was a ‘very mean drunk.’”

In April 2020, she attacked Georgia GOP governor Brian Kemp, screeching, “Reminder: Brian Kemp stole the gubernatorial election from Georgians and Stacey Abrams.”

Charges of a conflict of interest have been made against Jean-Pierre as White House Press Secretary because her partner, with whom she shares a daughter, is CNN political reporter Suzanne Malveaux.