Defending Journalism: White House Correspondent Initiates Lawsuit, Sues Karine Jean-Pierre

On Thursday evening, Simon Ateba, a correspondent for Today News Africa at the White House, initiated legal action against White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and the U.S. Secret Service for their decision to deactivate his hard pass. Ateba alleges that Jean-Pierre violated his First Amendment right to press freedom and the Fifth Amendment’s due process clause by revoking his pass along with other journalists from smaller, non-corporate media outlets. These hard passes grant access …

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House Speaker Appears To Have Taken A Few Hits From A Bong When Talking About Jobs, Borders, And Biden’s Strange Schedule Change

Friday, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was interrogated by Fox’s Peter Doocy regarding the Biden team’s bogus claim that Joe Biden “self-reported” possessing sensitive materials. Not only did Joe Biden not self-report, but his team concealed his actions from the American public shortly before the midterm elections, as everyone in the nation observed. The only reason anyone found out about the confidential documents is that CBS’s excellent reporting led to Biden’s downfall. It needs …

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White House Labels Twitter Files Unhealthy

According to Jean-Pierre, what is occurring is, quite frankly, unhealthy, and it will do nothing to better the lives of any Americans. Jean-Pierre closed her Monday briefing with a long condemnation of Musk’s Friday revelation that Twitter executives agreed to censor The Washington Post’s scathing exposé.

Biden Is Now Engage In A War With Other Democrats

The White House spent Saturday attempting to quell criticism from Sen. Joe Manchin III (D-W.Va.) in reaction to President Biden’s statements that coal’s days as America’s principal energy source were numbered. The public dispute between two prominent Democrats occurs as the President and other party leaders traverse the country to make their final pitches before Tuesday’s election.