Peter Doocy asked Karine Jean-Pierre this one blunt question that left the White House briefing room in stunned silence

Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre holds a daily briefing Wednesday, May 26, 2021 in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House. (Official White House Photo by Katie Ricks). Original public domain image from Flickr

While America is undoubtedly facing a laundry list of problems these days, the one underlying issue exacerbating it is self-proclaimed journalists’ refusal to report the truth.

They’re more interested in advancing a left-wing agenda than they are with questioning the ruling class elites.

And reporters inside the White House briefing room nearly jumped out of their skin after Peter Doocy asked Karine Jean-Pierre this one blunt question.

A more “robust” response

It’s been abundantly clear to anyone paying attention that the Biden regime has gone out of its way to make it appear as though the President is heavily engaged in the government response to Hurricane Idalia’s recovery efforts in Florida.

Obviously, that’s a complete 180 degree transformation from the position Biden took during the Maui wildfires where he lounged on the beach while American citizens were fighting for their lives.

Or after the East Palestine toxic train derailment, the site of which he’s still yet to visit despite promising to do so months ago.

He even went out of his way to respond to a question about Governor Ron DeSantis potentially using the disaster to help his Presidential campaign by claiming that he “trusts” DeSantis.

But Fox News’ Peter Doocy chose to ask the question that no one else had the guts to ask.

During a recent press briefing, Doocy asked White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre one question that made other reporters in the briefing room nearly jump out of their skin.

“Did you guys realize that the initial Hawaii wildfire response was not that good, or is it just easier for people to get help from the White House when the President is not on vacation?” Doocy asked, referring to vacations Biden took to Rehoboth Beach and Lake Tahoe over the past month.

Jumping out of their skin

As video of Doocy’s question shows, reporters sitting near him, like NBC News’ Peter Alexander and the Wall Street Journal’s Annie Linskey, were visibly taken aback by the fact that he had the audacity to ask such a question.

For her part, Jean-Pierre was obviously infuriated by the question.

“So, the premise of your question and the way you posed your question, I disagree, just for the record,” Jean-Pierre quipped.

According to the Press Secretary, if Doocy would contact Hawaii officials – all of whom are Democrats – he’d learn that Biden somehow “reacted in record time” to the wildfires.

“If you were to do your reporting and speak to the Governor of Hawaii, the Senators of Hawaii, the folks on the ground, they would say that the President reacted in record time when it came to dealing with the wildfires, when it came to dealing and making sure that they got everything that they need on the federal level to deal with what was going on on the ground,” she said.

“So, your question is wrong — it’s flawed in many, many ways,” she added.

Of course, there’s a reason Jean-Pierre didn’t encourage Doocy to speak with anyone who was actually on the ground in Maui, as they made their feelings about Biden’s efforts perfectly clear when they universally booed his nearly 30-car motorcade during his “tour” of the damage.

“‘Go home, Joe!’ the locals chanted as Biden passed by,” The New York Post reported, before adding that “as he drove toward downtown Lahaina, Biden passed signs that said ‘No Comment,’ ‘Action Speaks Louder Than Words’, and ‘FJB,’ as well as at least two flags promoting the 2024 candidacy of former President Donald Trump.”

The regime thought they could just pretend Joe Biden cares about the working class and is actually working on their behalf.

But the American people can see right through their charade.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.