Kayleigh McEnany Issues Warning To Karine Jean-Pierre: “Anything they say in defense of this president on the issue of illegal immigration will be widely mocked”
Kayleigh McEnany warned Joe Biden’s press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Fox News’ hit show Outnumbered over White House policies. Kayleigh pointed out that Karine’s biggest problem doing her job is trying to defend the indefensible.
Kayleigh said: “It is simply impossible to be an effective communicator on border issues in the Biden administration. Our southern border is out of control. It is undeniable.
“You talk in press and communications about whether you have a messaging problem or a facts problem and unfortunately for the press secretary, she has a massive facts problem.
“Any member of this administration, whether it’s Mayorkas saying that the border is closed.
“Whether it’s Karine Jean-Pierre addressing fentanyl as she did last week when she falsely said that fentanyl is at a historic low.
“Whatever the message is out of the White House they don’t have the facts on their side.
“Anything that they say in defense of this president on the issue of illegal immigration will be widely mocked.”
According to Fox News:
A spokesman for former Vice President Mike Pence hit back at White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Monday, blasting what he said was her “faux” outrage over a joke Pence told at the annual Gridiron Dinner in Washington, D.C., over the weekend.
At the traditionally humorous white-tie event, Pence joked that Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, who is gay, “took maternity leave” after he and his husband, Chasten, had twins in 2021.
On Monday, Jean-Pierre told The Washington Blade, a liberal LGBTQ outlet, that Pence’s joke was “homophobic,” “offensive” and “inappropriate,” and called on him to apologize “to women and LGBTQ people.”
“The Biden administration should spare America the faux outrage,” Pence adviser and former chief of staff Marc Short told Fox News Digital. “The hypocrisy is especially rich considering their own Secretary of State Antony Blinken joked that he yearned for ‘the old days’ when ‘Jews did all the work.’”