White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre responds to question about being forced to hand over Big Tech collusion communications.
The White House continues to try to “play dumb” regarding what many consider to be scandalous revelations about its influence on, or even collusion with, some of the biggest social media platforms – those whose reach and power allows them to shape public opinion.
Federal Judge Terry Doughty on Tuesday gave the Biden administration three weeks to submit all emails sent to Big Tech by White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and the administration’s House Chief Medical Advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci.
The subject of this communication is reported to be to directly “coordinate” the way the state and private corporations treat what either of them deems to be disinformation and misinformation, regarding Covid – but also free speech in general.
When quizzed about the judge’s order during a press briefing on Wednesday, Jean-Pierre preferred evasive tactics instead of a straight answer to a pretty simple question: “What are those emails going to show?”
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