KJP has answered only 8 out of 337 questions regarding Biden's scandals, corruption allegations

 January 11, 2024

It's truly amazing that White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre still has a job.

Politics aside, she's arguably one of the least-skilled, least effective White House press secretaries in modern history. Aside from her bumbling and stumbling on important questions, she's simply not an effective communicator behind the podium.

According to Fox News, she's also continuously making a liar out of President Joe Biden, who ran his 2020 campaign on being the most "transparent" administration in recent times. KJP has been the total opposite and almost seems to take pride in dodging the questions to which American voters want answers.

Take, for example, the serious allegations of corruption and other scandals plaguing President Joe Biden and his family.

While nobody expects the White House press secretary to make their boss look bad, KJP won't even take the time to spin the answers to questions about the subject, let alone answer them with something. Anything.

And just for the record, saying she doesn't answer a vast majority of those types of questions isn't an exaggeration. There are actually people who keep track of it, and the numbers are absolutely ridiculous.

MRC senior research analyst and media editor Bill D'Agostino found in a recent study that KJP has answered only eight of the 337 questions related to Biden's corruption and scandals.

"Of the 337 scandal-related questions that White House reporters asked, Jean-Pierre provided a definitive answer to just eight of them (2.37 percent)," D'Agostino said.

He added, "This figure tracks very closely with our findings from the first half of 2023, in which the Press Secretary answered only six out of 252 questions (2.38 percent)."

Fox News noted:

The study also revealed that reporters focused the most on Biden's alleged mishandling of classified documents, with Jean-Pierre answering only five out of a total of 220 questions on that topic from reporters, or 2.27%.

"By contrast, the number of questions about Biden family corruption doubled during the same period, from 35 by the end of June to 52 all year," the study explained. "Of those 87 questions, only three (3.44 percent) got substantive answers."

Many have questioned why the president hasn't replaced KJP at this point, and it's a valid question.

It'll be interesting to see what happens in the coming months as the general election inches closer.