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There’s a reason Dave Rubin calls the White House press secretary “Cringe” Jean-Pierre.
It’s because “she is a horrible White House spokesperson for an administration that is a complete embarrassment,” he says.
In a recent press conference, journalist and Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy asked a very legitimate question.
“What do you call it here at the White House when 10,000 people illegally cross the border in a single day?” he asked, while KJP looked on disinterestedly at the podium.
“So what do you call it, Peter, when GOP puts forth…” she started to say before her red herring response was cut short by Doocy in an effort to redirect the conversation back to his question.
“No, no, no, no, no, no, no. ... Okay, we’re gonna move on,” she said before pointing at a different reporter over the objections of Doocy.
“Peter, I tried to answer the question; you stopped me,” she barked at him before moving on.
Translation: she didn’t want to address the border crisis, so she weaseled her way out of the conversation by playing the victim.
“It is a completely legitimate question,” says Dave.
Further, the GOP, which KJP used as a distraction, “is not in charge of the border,” making her comment totally irrelevant and flat-out proving that she had zero intention of ever answering Doocy’s question from the outset.
“The president is in charge of the border,” Dave says. “It's on that very short list of what that brain-addled fool is supposed to do.”
And it looks like he is doing something — that something being intentionally allowing illegals to cross the border in order to foster chaos in the country, but that’s beside the point.
“She just moves on because she has no answer,” says Dave.
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