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December 06, 2023
Watch: KJP Said WHAT When Cornered On Democrat Congresswoman's Rape Apologizing for Hamas?!
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre is once again dancing around questions. This time it was on the View. So many softball questions but so little time for KJP. Because she is refusing to share her stance on whether she believes Rep. Pramila Jayapal needs to clarify her comments about Hamas’ sexual violence.
During an interview on CNN on Sunday, Jayapal was asked about claims that progressives have been silent about Hamas’ sexual violence during the Oct. 7 attacks.
“I think we have to be balanced about bringing in the outrages against Palestinians,” Jayapal said. “Fifteen thousand Palestinians have been killed in Israeli airstrikes, three-quarters of whom are women and children.”
What was Jayapal implying here? Given that it is very unclear, she really should clarify whether or not she thinks that rape is an act of resistance.
During a segment of “The View”, Alyssa Farah Griffin asked KJP about Jayapal’s view and if she thought the progressive congresswoman should clarify her remarks.
"I'm going to let the representative speak for herself. I just can't speak for her. I speak for the President of the United States. I am the White House press secretary obviously, so that’s who I speak for," she responded.
What does that have to do with KJP’s opinion on the situation? Because she speaks for the President, she can't have an opinion on other things?
"When it comes to rape, that’s reprehensible. When it comes to using rape as a weapon of war, that’s reprehensible, we are very clear about denouncing Hamas’ actions and that’s what the president has been clear about, and as an administration more broadly, we're going to continue to be very clear about," she added.
Griffin asked, “Do you think because of her perch, though, as a progressive leader, she should clarify her remarks?”
“I speak for the president. She has to speak for herself,” Jean-Pierre concluded.
Jean-Pierre was pressed on the same issue during Monday's press briefing, but would not comment on Jayapal’s interview then either.
Why is this so hard for KJP to just condemn the reprehensible comments? The delayed issuance of a statement gives the appearance that she condones the comments. Which I assume she does not. But why is she trying to dance around commenting on these atrocities?
Both KJP and Jayapal are part of the same group that claims to “believe all women”. But now it seems that many people in that movement want to turn a blind eye to the sexual violence unleashed by Hamas on that day.
I guess believing all women does not mean allllll women. At least that is what one may conclude when you dance around these sorts of questions.
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