Karine Jean-Pierre speechless on confirmation of White House collusion with big tech companies

Whether it is because she just doesn’t have a clue or because it outs the big guy, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refused to answer a reporter when he asked about the administration colluding with Big Tech to censor information.

It has long been alleged that the Biden White House has had regular meetings with Big Tech to discuss ways to control the political narrative when it comes to news and information. They call it controlling “misinformation.” But it is evidently something they just don’t want to discuss with the masses.

By not answering the reporter’s question during the press briefing, Jean-Pierre actually told Americans all they need to know when it comes to the White House and Big Tech being in bed together.

“Thank you. On social media companies. Did the administration give Twitter and Facebook talking points over flagging what the president describes as misinformation?” a reporter asked Jean-Pierre during the daily White House press briefing.

“Say that one more time,” she responded, frantically looking at her notes and looking annoyed.

“Has the administration helped Twitter and Facebook with talking points about what the administration believes is misinformation or how much coordination is there between the administration and social media companies?” the reporter said, reframing the question.

“So, I don’t have anything to share with you on that. I’m not going to comment on that right at this time,” the press secretary answered, making it obvious that since it wasn’t in her notes, she has no clue on how to handle that question without making Biden look incredibly bad.

“The attorneys general from Missouri and Louisiana say there’s a vast censorship enterprise across a multitude of agencies,” the reporter pressed.

“I’m just not going to comment at this time,” Jean-Pierre replied, cutting off all questioning on the matter.

Many contend the non-answer was evidence of collusion and election interference. Whatever it is, it’s obvious that the White House does not want to discuss it.

On Friday, Missouri and Louisiana attorneys general asked a court to compel the Department of Justice to produce communications between Biden officials and social media companies.

“Yesterday, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt and Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry filed a Joint Statement on Discovery Disputes, asking the Louisiana District Court to compel the Department of Justice to turn over communications between high-ranking Biden Administration officials from the White House, Department of State, FBI and others and major social media companies. The Department of Justice has already turned over communications between a number of federal officials and social media companies but has refused to provide communications between top-ranking officials and social media companies,” a statement on the matter asserted.

“Missouri and Louisiana filed a landmark lawsuit back in May that seeks to expose how top Biden Administration officials allegedly colluded with social media companies to censor freedom of speech on a number of topics, including COVID-19. We won in court in July, and the Court required the Biden Administration to turn over communications between federal officials and social media companies,” Attorney General Schmitt commented, according to the statement.

“We have already received a number of documents that clearly prove that the federal government has an incestuous relationship with social media companies and clearly coordinate to censor freedom of speech, but we’re not done. The Department of Justice is cowering behind executive privilege and has refused to turn over communications between the highest-ranking Biden Administration officials and social media companies. That’s why, yesterday, we asked the Court to compel the Department of Justice to produce those records. We’re just getting started – stay tuned,” he added.

“Meta, for example, has disclosed that at least 32 federal officials—including senior officials at the FDA, the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, and the White House—have communicated with Meta about content moderation on its platforms, many of whom were not disclosed in response to Plaintiffs’ interrogatories to Defendants. YouTube disclosed eleven federal officials engaged in such communications, including officials at the Census Bureau and the White House, many of whom were also not disclosed by Defendants,” the statement asserts.

“The discovery provided so far demonstrates that this Censorship Enterprise is extremely broad, including officials in the White House, HHS, DHS, CISA, the CDC, NIAID, and the Office of the Surgeon General; and evidently other agencies as well, such as the Census Bureau, the FDA, the FBI, the State Department, the Treasury Department, and the U.S. Election Assistance Commission,” It noted.

“And it rises to the highest levels of the U.S. Government, including numerous White House officials. Defendants have objected to producing some of the most relevant and probative information in their possession,” the statement asserted.

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