Karine Jean-Pierre on Thursday was named to replace Jen Psaki as White House Press Secretary. She is a former national spokesperson and senior adviser for the George Soros-funded far left radical group MoveOn.org and is the first Black and openly Lesbian woman to hold the job.
Newsmanx In 2020, Jean-Pierre issued a waring to Democrat presidential candidates to boycott the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s (AIPAC) annual convention “When it comes down to it, AIPAC’s policies are not progressive policies. AIPAC’s values are not progressive values,” Pierre wrote in a Newsweek opinion column at the time. “It’s time to call a spade a spade.”
She blasted AIPAC’s opposition to the Iran nuclear deal, as well as its decision to invite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak (as it does with every Israeli prime minister), saying that “under his leadership of Israel, Israel may have committed war crimes in its retaliation strikes following rocket attacks on Israel from Gaza.
Jean-Pierre falsely accused AIPAC of “alarming,” and “severely racist, Islamophobic rhetoric,” as well as “trafficking in anti-Muslim and anti-Arab rhetoric while lifting up Islamophobic voices and attitudes.”
Ironically, AIPAC itself is often accused by pro-Israel groups to its right as being too pro-Palestinian. AIPAC has staunchly defended the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict which calls for a state of Palestine on Jewish areas of the West Bank. AIPAC did not immediately back the Taylor Force Act, which cut U.S. aid to the Palestinian Authority over its so-called “pay-for-slay” scheme paying terrorists and their families.
Karine Jean-Pierre, 44, is the lesbian partner of CNN’s national correspondent Suzanne Malveaux, 55, and the pair share a seven-year-old daughter, Soleil. Jean-Pierre’s CNN journalist partner Suzanne Malveaux could be a ‘conflict of interest’ for the White House.