In a strange turn of events, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre took to social media to make an outrageous claim that she once ran for president of the United States. Yes, you read that correctly. Jean-Pierre boldly proclaimed on the now-deleted post, “Investing in America means investing in ALL of America. When I ran for President, I made a promise that I would leave no part of the country behind.” Oh, the audacity!
Naturally, one can’t help but question the sanity behind such a statement. Did Jean-Pierre really believe she had a chance at becoming the leader of the free world? It seems highly unlikely. But hey, in this day and age, where reality TV stars become presidents, anything is possible, right?
Of course, the post was swiftly deleted, but the damage had already been done. Screenshots of Jean-Pierre’s audacious announcement made their rounds on social media, with many speculating if it had been mistakenly intended for President Joe Biden’s account. One cannot help but wonder if Jean-Pierre has aspirations beyond her current role as press secretary. Perhaps she sees herself as the next commander-in-chief? Stranger things have happened.
In the midst of this bizarre revelation, it’s worth noting that President Biden’s own account coincidentally posted a statement around the same time, touting a whopping “$3 billion in investment” for wind energy in the U.S. It makes you wonder if Jean-Pierre’s delusions of grandeur aligned with the administration’s talking points. Regardless, this incident only adds to the never-ending drama unfolding in the White House. Buckle up, folks!