White House push secretary Karine Jean-Pierre once more tried cleaning up the rhetorical mess left by the girl boss Joe Biden.
In a Monday press briefing, Jean-Pierre stated Biden’s recent admission that will his regime planned on eliminating the coal industry has been “ twisted” by the push, claiming it was “ loud and hard to hear” him at the time.
“ Seemed like there was some dilemma on that. I want to say this – some of you were there – it was noisy and hard to hear I think – or maybe not – exactly what, uh, what was becoming said, ” Karine stammered.
— National Review (@NRO) November seven, 2022
“ The president’s words, all of us believe, were twisted, and were very clear about that. Anybody who knows Joe Biden knows he comes from coal nation, from Scranton, Pennsylvania, ” she added.
White House handlers similarly released an official statement Sunday walking back Biden’s remarks.
White House walks back POTUS comments on shutting down coal plants after stinging Manchin statement:
“ The President’s remarks yesterday have been twisted to suggest a meaning that was not intended; he regrets it if anyone hearing these remarks took offense. ” pic. twitter. com/pAyhdfWG2i
— Jacqui Heinrich (@JacquiHeinrich) November 5, 2022
Contrary to the White House’s assertion that Biden’s remarks were “ twisted, ” his Friday comments about his party’s energy-killing agenda are obvious and candid.
“ We’re going to be closing these [coal] plants down all across The united states and having wind and solar power, also providing tax credits to help families buy energy efficient appliances, whether it’s your own refrigerator or your coffee machine, for solar panels on your house, weatherize your home, things that save an average, experts say, at least $500 a year for the typical family, ” Biden mentioned.
Later on Biden celebrates coal herb workers losing their careers.
“ We’ll be shutting these plant life down all across America. ” pic. tweets. com/0DZk0MZHa8
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November four, 2022
They were so candid that Biden’s most vocal critic had been fellow Democrat Sen. May well Manchin (W. V. ), who said Sunday the puppet president’s “ disgusting” remarks were “ divorced from reality. ”
My declaration on comments President Biden made about shutting down coal plants: pic. twitter. com/LEeqrGdwqm
— Senator Joe Manchin (@Sen_JoeManchin) November 5, 2022
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