President Joe Biden continues to make bad choices for his administration and White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre is one of them. She proves why, once again, by referring to Justice Clarence Thomas by the wrong name, calling him ‘Judge Thompson.’ The White House corrected her wrong-name mishap on their website by crossing out the incorrect name and adding the correct name. If there was ever a clown show at the White House, then it’s quite clear that Biden and his administration are the clowns running the show and it’s not a good thing for America.
WATCH Jean-Pierre make the mind-boggling mistake on video:
It’s no surprise that the White House turned off comments and made the video UNLISTED.
SEE THE SCREENSHOT FROM YOUTUBE:
The White House corrected Jean-Pierre on the White House transcript page for their website. It said the following and you can see where they crossed out her mistake and fixed it.
Q Yeah. Karine, on Ukraine, President Zelenskyy replaced his head of domestic intelligence and the prosecutor general. He said during the weekend that hundreds of treason investigations have been opened on new employees of law enforcement agencies. Is there any concern that Russia may be infiltrating Ukraine security networks and undermining the war effort?
MS. JEAN-PIERRE: So, I mean, I’ll say this: You know, we, per usual, don’t speak to any personnel arrangements or domestic politics. That is not something that I will do from him here. But I’ll say this: For our part, we will continue to work with our partners in Ukraine to help them defend against Russian aggression and with the Ukrainian Prosecutor General’s office as they document the war crimes and atrocities that Russian forces in Ukraine are committing. We also continue to support Ukraine’s ongoing anti-corruption reforms as well.
Q And Senator Cruz, over the weekend, said on his podcast that the Supreme Court was clearly wrong in overreaching when it legalized same-sex marriage in 2015. What is the White House view on that? Is — does that raise a lot of concerns?
MS. JEAN-PIERRE: So, I’ll — it should — it should raise concerns. As we know from the Dobbs decision, one of the things that we saw from — from
Judge Thompson[Justice Thomas] is that they’re looking to go further, whether it’s privacy, contraception, or marriage equality.
Now, you know, you all know that this President has supported marriage equality for some time. This is something that he believes in, and this is something that he will — he will continue to fight for.
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