ロシアの国家テレビ評論家は、ホワイトハウス報道官を暴言で標的にしている

Putin’s mainstream TV propagandists target new White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and say ‘she only got the job because she is black and gay

  • Russian state TV hosts laughed as they said Karine Jean-Pierre would be ‘replacedin a month or two by a ‘white, heterosexual male
  • They claimed Jean-Pierre was not chosen for her ‘professional abilitiesbut instead because she is black and gay
  • Jean-Pierre, 47, is the first black, openly gay White House press secretary
  • 「クリボノギフがプーチンの子供を出産した後 プーチン‘s state TV propagandists have targeted the new ホワイトハウス press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre in a vile racist and homophobic rant where they suggested she only got the job because she is black and gay.

    The Russian state TV hosts laughed as they said Jean-Pierre will be ‘replacedin a month or two by a ‘white, heterosexual male’.

    They claimed Jean-Pierre, who is the first black, gay and immigrant woman to hold the position of White House press secretary, was not chosen for her ‘professional abilities’.

    代わりに, the TV hosts continued with a racist and sexist rant on the state-owned Russian television channel Russia 1 where they said that she only got the job because she is a ‘dark-skinned immigrant’.

    Jean-Pierre, 47, on Monday became the first black, openly gay White House press secretary. She was born in Fort-de-France, Martinique and is the daughter of Haitian parents. Her family moved to New York City when she was five.








    The Russian state TV hosts used footage of Jean-Pierre at her first press conference to mock her in a racist and homophobic rant

    The Russian state TV hosts used footage of Jean-Pierre at her first press conference to mock her in a racist and homophobic rant

    Speaking with video of Jean-Pierre holding her first briefing behind him, Russian host Evgeny Popov told his fellow pundits: 'This girl will make it for a month or two, then she'll be replaced, to your satisfaction. 'They'll replace her with a white, heterosexual male'

    Speaking with video of Jean-Pierre holding her first briefing behind him, Russian host Evgeny Popov told his fellow pundits: ‘This girl will make it for a month or two, then she’ll be replaced, to your satisfaction. ‘They’ll replace her with a white, heterosexual male

    Karine Jean-Pierre arrives for her first press briefing as press secretary on Monday

    Karine Jean-Pierre arrives for her first press briefing as press secretary on Monday

    Addressing her historic position in her first press briefing on Monday, Jean-Pierre said: ‘I am obviously acutely aware that my presence at this podium represents a few firsts.

    ‘I am a black gay immigrant woman, the first of all three of those to hold this position. I would not be here today if it were not for generations of barrier-breaking people before me. I stand on their shoulders.

    The Russian state TV hosts used footage of Jean-Pierre at her first press conference to mock her in a racist and homophobic rant.

    Speaking with video of Jean-Pierre holding her first briefing behind him, Russian host Evgeny Popov told his fellow pundits: ‘This girl will make it for a month or two, then she’ll be replaced, to your satisfaction.

    ‘They’ll replace her with a white, heterosexual male.

    Fellow host Olga Skabeeva laughed as she said: ‘Let’s live long enough to see it.

    Pundit Andrei Sidorchik smiled as he added: ‘She admits not being chosen for professional abilities, but because she is a dark-skinned immigrant and this was secured by her predecessors.

    ‘When she makes mistakes, that will be her excuse. ‘I’m not a professional, I was chosen for other reasons’.

    The TV hosts continued with a racist and sexist rant on the state-owned Russian television channel Russia 1 where they said that she only got the job because she is a 'dark-skinned immigrant'

    The TV hosts continued with a racist and sexist rant on the state-owned Russian television channel Russia 1 where they said that she only got the job because she is a ‘dark-skinned immigrant

    Popov added: 'I read many books, graduated from a University, I did my PhD thesis on such and such a topic, I speak many languages... but that's not what it takes to represent the United States at the White House'

    Popov added: ‘I read many books, graduated from a University, I did my PhD thesis on such and such a topic, I speak many languagesbut that’s not what it takes to represent the United States at the White House

    'It's more important to be... like that,' Popov said as he pointed to Jean-Pierre in the video playing in the background. 'But at least she's cute.'

    ‘It’s more important to belike that,’ Popov said as he pointed to Jean-Pierre in the video playing in the background. ‘But at least she’s cute.

    Popov added: ‘I read many books, graduated from a University, I did my PhD thesis on such and such a topic, I speak many languagesbut that’s not what it takes to represent the United States at the White House.

    ‘It’s more important to belike that,’ Popov said as he pointed to Jean-Pierre in the video playing in the background. ‘But at least she’s cute.

    The Russian hostsclaims about Jean-Pierre, who has worked on multiple presidential campaigns, achieved a master’s degree in public administration and worked as a deputy White House press secretary for months, have been slammed as baseless by critics.

    Jean-Pierre on Monday reflected on what it means to become one of the most visible members of President Joe Biden’s administration as she spoke about a letter that students at her former elementary school in New York wrote telling her how proud they are of her.

    彼女は新しい役割を探すときに肌の色を考慮しなくなったことを明らかにした, and not just for girls, but also for boys,’ Jean-Pierre told reporters.

    ‘And so what I hope is that young people get to dream big and dream bigger than they have before by seeing me stand here and answer all of your questions,’ 彼女は言いました.

    White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre takes a question from a reporter during her first press briefing as press secretary at the White House in Washington on Monday

    White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre takes a question from a reporter during her first press briefing as press secretary at the White House in Washington on Monday

    Jean-Pierre earned a master’s degree in public administration from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.

    She parlayed her interest in the environment into a job in the early 2000s as director of legislative and budget affairs for New York City Council Member James Gennaro, who was head of the Environmental Protection Committee.

    It marked her introduction to politics.

    Jean-Pierre wrote in her 2019 伝記, ‘Moving Forward,’ that Gennaro took a ‘huge chanceby hiring her, even with her Ivy League degree.

    But he said in an interview that ‘she had a way about her that was poised and competent and friendly and effective without having any trace of qualities that could in any way, shape or form be off-putting.

    ‘She was a rare talent that I was very fortunate to have,’ Gennaro said. ‘I’m just very happy and proud to be a little footnote in her journey.

    Jean-Pierre made the leap into national politics after working for another city council member and later joining a labor union campaign aimed at Walmart. She first worked on Democrat John Edwardspresidential campaign before joining Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential bid in Chicago.

    She followed Obama to the White House, working in his political affairs operation and later on his reelection campaign. She first met Biden while working for Obama.

    She moved around after leaving the Obama White House, including working for the ACLU and for the liberal advocacy group MoveOn as its chief public affairs officer during the presidency of Republican Donald Trump. She also has been an NBC and MSNBC political analyst.

    Jean-Pierre worked on Biden’s presidential campaign, then followed him to the White House as principal deputy press secretary. In that role, she led the briefing on several occasions, making history in May 2021 when she first subbed for press secretary Jen Psaki.

    She also held regular off-camera gaggles with the much smaller group of reporters who travel aboard Air Force One with the president.

    White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre speaks during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington on Wednesday

    White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre speaks during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington on Wednesday

    Biden promoted Jean-Pierre after Psaki, who had been press secretary since the start of the administration, announced she was stepping down last Friday.

    Rahna Epting, executive director at MoveOn, said elevating Jean-Pierre was a ‘brilliant choiceby the White House, citing her personal story as a Black and openly LGBTQ woman, as well as her extensive past work on political campaigns and for advocacy groups.

    ‘She can kind of see all the angles necessary and I believe she’ll do an excellent job,’ Epting said.

    But Jean-Pierre’s appointment also has its detractors.

    ブラッド・ラフェンスペルガー, the Republican secretary of state of Georgia, said the promotion was unwarranted due to her advocacy of ‘stolen election conspiracy theoriesfollowing Democrat Stacey Abramsloss in the 2018 Georgia governor’s race. Democrats had accused Abramsopponent, 政府. ブライアンケンプ, of improperly purging voter rolls.

    Raffensperger is among Republican state officials who refused to support Trump’s unfounded claims that he lost reelection in 2020 because of fraud.

    At the outset of the coronavirus pandemic under Trump, Jean-Pierre said Fox News Channel was a ‘racist’ 通信網, angering conservatives.

    Jean-Pierre takes over as the White House faces an uphill battle to help Democrats hold onto the House and Senate in November’s midterm elections, and as the administration struggles to address the public’s concerns over rising consumer prices and the state of the economy.

    She also steps up as Biden faces a daunting array of foreign policy challenges, including Russia’s war against Ukraine and North Korea’s escalating nuclear testing program. Biden is set to visit South Korea and Japan later this week, followed by stops in Europe in June.

    Jean-Pierre is a vegetarian, former high school cross country runner and former volunteer firefighter who shares a daughter with her partner, CNN journalist Suzanne Malveaux.

    At Monday’s briefing, Jean-Pierre credited ‘barrier-breaking peoplefor making it possible for her to rise to one of the highest-profile jobs in American government. She counts the late David Dinkins, who was New York City’s first Black mayor, among her political mentors.

    ‘I stand on their shoulders. If it were not for generations of barrier-breaking people before me, I would not be here,’ Jean-Pierre said. ‘But I benefit from their sacrifices. I have learned from their excellence and I am forever grateful to them.