Karine Jean-Pierre Lambasted after She Dodges Questions on Biden Classified Documents: ‘Not Qualified for This Job’

Karine Jean-Pierre, White House Press Secretary, was blasted for her latest press conference where she tried to avoid answering questions from reporters about President Joe Biden’s alleged mishandling of classified documents. One reporter pressed Jean-Pierre about documents located at his Delaware home and if more searches were ongoing.

“We have addressed multiple questions from here. Multiple questions have been answered by the president,” responded Jean Pierre. “I’m just going to continue to be prudent here. I’m going to let this ongoing review that is happening, this legal process that is happening, and let that process continue under the special counsel.”

“I’m not going to comment from here,” continued Jean-Pierre, saying the administration has consistently made a habit of remaining quiet on Justice Department matters. 

After the news conference, Joe Concha, a Fox News contributor, said Biden’s classified documents scandal has revealed Jean-Pierre as not being fit for the role

“Karine Jean-Pierre has shown that she is not qualified for this job at this level. We’ve seen this now over the last couple of months because she keeps saying over and over again — as if she’s almost programmed like she has no ability to think extemporaneously — that the president ‘takes these documents very seriously,'” said Concha in a cable appearance. 

“In one press conference, she’s literally said that line 17 times. And at the same time, she talks about how transparent the administration has been with the public — while not answering questions,” he said.

Lack of visitor logs raises questions

Concha claimed the declaration of the lack of official visitor logs at the president’s Rehoboth Beach vacation home and Greenville, Delaware estate isn’t supposed to be a “Jersey Shore beach house rented out by 20-somethings” but instead a frequent home of the president. 

“You’re telling me there isn’t one person that took a log of who was going in and going out to see the sitting president of the United States? I have a very hard time believing that,” said Concha.

Concha also repeated a critique of President Nixon’s involvement in the Watergate scandal, that the issue is “not the crime — it’s the cover-up.”

The reporter also questioned reports involving the president’s son, Hunter Biden, who reportedly gave his father’s home as his residence on his own residency forms after allegations involving his foreign business dealings. 

Andrew McCarthy, a former federal prosecutor, agreed that Jean-Pierre hasn’t helped the president’s situation, saying every time Jean-Pierre speaks, “she’s actually making [the situation] worse.”

“Biden’s first thing was, I don’t know how they got there. Right. Well, he knows they’re there now. And what is their arrangement? They’re having people who don’t have security clearances do the research,” said McCarthy.

The former prosecutor questioned what steps had been taken in handling classified documents between the conclusion of the Obama-Biden administration and late 2022, when they were located in locations tied to now-President Biden.