Reporter Asks Karine Jean-Pierre Why White House Panicked and Deleted Misleading Tweet Bragging About Increase in Social Security Checks (VIDEO)

November 2, 2022

Biden’s Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Wednesday was asked why the White House deleted a tweet boasting of a massive Social Security increase after Joe Biden’s policies caused the inflation crisis.

As TGP’s Kristinn Taylor reported, the White House deleted a tweet bragging about the 8.7 percent cost of living increase for Social Security recipients for 2023 after a fact check was added by Twitter noting the COLA was mandated by a 50-year-old federal law that payments keep up with inflation.

Inflation rates skyrocketed under Joe Biden.

The charts don’t lie:


The idiots running Biden’s Twitter account only reinforced the fact that inflation is high under Joe Biden’s leadership.

A reporter asked KJP why the White House deleted the misleading tweet about an increase in Social Security checks.

Karine Jean-Pierre lied and claimed the tweet was “not complete.”

“So, it was–look, the tweet was not complete. Usually, when we put out a tweet, we post it with context and it did not have that context…Seniors will have a chance to get ahead,” KJP said.

Pathetic.

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