KJP Tells Reporter To ‘Stop Being Dramatic’ After He Fact Checks Her

KJP Tells Reporter To ‘Stop Being Dramatic’ After He Fact Checks Her

“What’s dramatic about asking a question?” ~Peter Doocy

Steve Watson

Summit News

Following her blatant lie about Joe Biden bringing illegal immigration down by 90 percent, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre ordered a reporter Tuesday to “bring down the dramatics” when he called her out on the matter.

Fox News’ Peter Doocy first asked Jean-Pierre “If the border is secure, as the administration has said, then why would we need to send 1,500 active-duty U.S. troops down there?”

The Press Secretary responded with a word salad to the effect of “Because we need more work, we need more — work needs to be done.”

Doocy then told Jean-Pierre “You said yesterday that, when it comes to illegal migration, you’ve seen it come down by more than 90 percent. Where did that number come from?”

Doocy then began to reel off figures from the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency clearly showing illegal immigration has exponentially increased, prompting Jean-Pierre to shout over him.

Don’t want those facts being exposed now do we.

“I’m about to answer you if the dramatics could come down just a little bit,” she said, repeating “If the dramatics could come down a little bit.”

“What’s dramatic about asking a question?” Doocy shot back.

The Press Secretary claimed she was referring to Biden’s so called parolee program, humanitarian scheme reserved for asylum seekers from Cuba, Nicaragua, Haiti and Venezuela, and then refused to allow Doocy to follow up for further clarification.

They really don’t like it when they get exposed as liars.

Meanwhile, April’s numbers are out and…shocker, illegal immigration did not come down by 90 percent:


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