Reporter Asks Karine Jean-Pierre the Million Dollar Question: ‘Have You Weaponized Government?’

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was asked the million-dollar question today by a brave Associated Press (AP) reporter.

AP correspondent Josh Boak was interrupted by Jean-Pierre when she tried to dodge the question.

So he just came out and asked her straight up, “Have you weaponized government?”

Boak was talking about the latest indictment of President Donald Trump.

Trump received a target letter from Special Counsel Jack Smith informing him to expect “arrest or indictment” from Democrat President Joe Biden’s weaponized Department of Justice (DOJ).

Jean-Pierre’s answer came up way short, however.

She stammered as she stumbled for a gaslighting response before saying she would not comment on this particular case.



JOSH BOAK: “And then, lastly, former President Trump received a letter from the Special Counsel that he’s being investigated for his role and efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

“House Speaker Kevin McCarthy says the Biden administration has decided to, quote, ‘weaponize government to go after their number one opponent,’ end quote.”

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JEAN-PIERRE: “I’ll say —”

BOAK: “Have you weaponized government?”

JEAN-PIERRE: “Here’s what we have done: The President respects the Department of Justice, their independence.

“He has been very — very steadfast on making sure that the rule of law comes back in this administration.

“Comes back in the White House.

“And clearly the administration more broadly.

“And that’s what you have seen.

“I’m just not going to comment on this particular case.”

READ MORE – Biden Whistleblower Comes Forward: ‘I Am Risking My Career, My Reputation – No One Should Be Above the Law’

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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