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KJP says she misheard question after which she downplayed antisemiticism

White House Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Monday answered a question about antisemitism by talking about hate against Muslims.

Tuesday, she said she had misheard the question.

You be judge of whether the question was unclear.

Well, let’s give her some credit. She’s a bit of a robot spouting White House talking points, and it’s possible she pressed SHIFT F7 instead of SHIFT F8 in her head and the wrong canned answer came out.

1 thought on “KJP says she misheard question after which she downplayed antisemiticism”

  1. She didn’t mis-hear the question, she understood it perfectly. She didn’t mistakenly press SHIFT F7 instead of SHIFT F8, her answer to the question of Jews facing violence and hostile attacks in America was to revert to the Democrat-Socialist narrative that the victims are the perpetrators and the perpetrators are the “real” victims.
    What did she say in her response that couldn’t have come out of the mouths of Ilhan Omar or Rashida Tlaib, anything? Jewish students were locked up in the library at Cooper Union in Manhattan yesterday by security, to protect them from a mob of pro-Hamas “protesters” who were trying to break in and get at them. Does that sound like there’s any kind of “backlash against Muslims” in this country?

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