Biden’s Press Secretary Makes “Freudian Slip” While Talking To Reporters

( Karine Jean-Pierre, who serves as Biden’s press secretary, discussed the President’s actions concerning the price of gas around the country. While doing so, she unintentionally divulged too much truth.

“The president has been very clear in making sure that he does everything that he can to elevate—to alleviate the pain that American families are feeling when it comes to gas prices.”

Since President Biden took over, the country’s energy independence, which President Trump had built, has been shattered, and gas prices have increased to new highs almost daily.

Biden has stated that he is acting in this manner on purpose. There has been no error.
Biden asserts that if oil production in the United States is reduced, gas prices will rise, and as a result, Americans will cease driving gas-guzzler cars. This is the height of ignorance. Most Americans have employment that requires them to report on time, and they are accustomed to the freedom to do so.

Biden doesn’t address the fact that countries in the Middle East, like Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, Russia, Iran, and others, are reaping record profits in the billions of dollars thanks to the high gas price. If Biden claimed he was being paid to maintain high gas prices and halt production in the United States, people would be more likely to believe him.

Dr. Kelli Ward, the chairwoman of the Arizona Republican Party, observed that Jean-Pierre had “had it right the first time” when he stated that Biden was making the suffering worse.

Jean-Pierre was the subject of a sarcastic comment by Stephen L. Miller, a contributing editor at The Spectator. Miller said, “She’s doing just great at this job.”

Katie Pavlich, a contributor to Fox News, pointed out, “Elevating the pain. Correct.”
In other parts of the press briefing, Jean-Pierre continued to provide hazy assurances that the United States is not about to suffer an economic crisis, even though Americans face severe financial challenges daily.

Recent statements made by Biden on the subject of rising gas prices have generated controversy. He suggested that “we’re going through an incredible transition” and made the audacious prediction that we’ll be stronger, and the world will be stronger and less reliant on fossil fuels when this is over.