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Biden’s White House Press Secretary Wrote “I Came To Detest South Carolina” And Said “Racial Hostility” Permeates The Air In The Palmetto State

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Last Updated on March 11, 2024

Joe Biden’s White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre wrote that she “came to detest South Carolina” and she described “racial hostility that seemed to permeate the very oxygen I breathed.” Jean-Pierre wrote these words as a grown woman based on her experiences working for disgraced politician John Edwards in the Palmetto State. Does Joe Biden think this kind of elitism is going to help him win the election? Does Joe Biden think at all?

“Probably because I wasn’t sleeping well, or really at all, I came to detest South Carolina. Everything about it was off-putting. The Confederate flag, the humidity, the covert stares I received every time I ventured into a white neighborhood, the simmering racial hostility that seemed to permeate the very oxygen that I breathed,” Karine Jean-Pierre wrote in her 2019 book Moving Forward: A Story of Hope, Hard Work, and the Promise of America. 

Karine Jean-Pierre did not trust the kindness that South Carolinians graciously offered to her.

“I would keep thinking, ‘What’s the agenda behind this overture.’ I know I am not being fair to an entire state but hey, you know what they said about South Carolina in 1860 when it kicked off the American Civil War: ‘Too small for a republic and too large for an insane asylum,’” Jean-Pierre wrote.

“I threw my stuff in the trunk and hit the road. I remember catching one last sight of the Confederate flag and just shook my head. You lost, people — get over it! I thought as I accelerated north toward home,” Jean-Pierre wrote.

The book has a forward by Barack Obama’s consigliere Valerie Jarrett and it only ranks #459,984 in Books on Amazon as of press time. Was there a point in writing the book besides venting her distaste for Middle America? For what it’s worth, she said part of the reason she didn’t like South Carolina was because she lived underneath a prostitute in a rough neighborhood, but she also expresses a whole lot of disgust for the people of South Carolina.

This is not the only time that Karine Jean-Pierre expressed an elitist attitude.

Back in December we reported: Today News Africa publisher Simon Ateba continues his quest to get his questions answered in the White House briefing room, despite White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre’s apparent hatred of him. The Joe Biden White House press office even sent Simon Ateba a long, rambling letter warning him that they might try to kick him out of the White House.

American populists are firmly standing with Simon Ateba, the man who famously said, “I hope when I yell a question, the American people will understand.” Indeed we do understand. But White House officials do not seem to understand Simon Ateba’s journalistic method, and they actually seem to fear him. The White House letter to Simon Ateba, which Ateba released on X, really has to be read to be believed. How much of the taxpayers’ time did they spend crafting this angry written meltdown?



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