White House Press Secretary PANICS When Asked Whether or Not President Biden Will Drink “Safe” East Palestine Water

A full year after the East Palestine train derailment created a chemical disaster in the Ohio city, Joe Biden has FINALLY decided to pay them a visit.

Obviously the Biden Regime is hoping to use this as good PR in their increasingly desperate 2024 reelection bid, but what they weren’t counting on was the fact that a reporter would actually ask Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre a tough question related to the visit!

Phillip Wegmann with Real Clear News asked KJP if Joe was planning on drinking the water in East Palestine during his visit.

“When the president is in East Palestine, will he drink the water there?” Wegmann asked.

KJP, who has repeatedly proven herself to be underqualified for the position, started out by stammering and stuttering as she was CLEARLY lost for words, then skirted around giving any real answer by providing a word-salad of a response.

The press secretary said, “I mean, look, what I can tell you is the president’s focus has been to do everything he can to support this community from day one. We get what’s going on on the ground, we understand what’s going on, that’s why we had the EPA and DOT and HHS and FEMA on the ground, you know, this is not about some sort of political stunt here….”

KJP refused to answer because obviously Biden will NOT be drinking the water there which has been infused with toxic chemicals.

Federal officials declared that the water was “safe” for drinking – but apparently its only safe for the average American peasant – certainly NOT political royalty like Joe Biden.

Watch the video here to see KJP’s nervous response to this epic question.


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