Biden Taps Anti-Semitic Activist and Spouse of CNN Reporter as WH Press Secretary
This Nazi urged Democrats to skip pro-Israel AIPAC conference.
We will hear little to no condemnation from America’s Jewish leaders for this appointment. Most especially ADL head Jonathan Greenblatt, who viciously attacked and slandered the pro-Jewish President Trump throughout his presidency. The unwillingness of America’s Jewish establishment’s to aggressively confront the anti-Semitic Left is why anti-Semitism in America is skyrocketing.
“Jean-Pierre’s anti-Israel past—which includes a stint as senior adviser and national spokeswoman for MoveOn.org, a far-left anti-Israel group that advocates for boycotts of the Jewish state—is raising red flags in the pro-Israel community. The selection of an Israel critic is also likely to further strain ties with the pro-Israel community and Israeli government, which already is strongly opposed to the Biden administration’s efforts to ink a new nuclear deal with Iran. Jean-Pierre has been open about her animosity toward the Jewish state. She has accused Israel of committing “war crimes” and has backed efforts to boycott the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the United States’ most prominent pro-Israel lobbying shop, cheering Democrats in 2019 for boycotting the group’s annual gathering in Washington, D.C., for “boldly [choosing] to prioritize diplomacy and human rights over the power of a lobbying organization.” AIPAC, she claimed, helped the Trump administration “sabotage” the Iran nuclear deal and also “supported the group that’s credited with inspiring President Trump to enact the Muslim Ban and has been known to spread anti-Muslim racism.” She accused the group without evidence of trafficking in “severely racist, Islamophobic rhetoric.”
New White House Press Secretary ‘Anti-Israel Activist’ and Married to CNN Correspondent https://t.co/aIJyKcIwux
— Sara A. Carter (@SaraCarterDC) May 6, 2022
Biden Taps Anti-Israel Activist, CNN Spouse as White House Press Sec
By Washington Examiner, May 6, 2022
The White House announced on Thursday that Karine Jean-Pierre, a veteran anti-Israel activist who is married to CNN correspondent Suzanne Malveaux, will replace outgoing press secretary Jen Psaki, raising potential ethical quandaries.
The announcement drew celebratory headlines in the mainstream press: Jean-Pierre is the first black woman and openly gay person to serve in the role.
But her relationship with the CNN reporter raises ethical questions about her new role. The White House did not respond to a request for comment about whether Jean-Pierre would recuse herself in dealing with CNN. Malveaux’s colleagues include Valerie Jarrett’s daughter, CNN justice correspondent Laura Jarrett, and Israel ambassador Tom Nides’s wife, Virginia Moseley, who serves as CNN’s senior vice president of news gathering.
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