Video: White House Press Sec. Says “It’s Not For Us to Decide” If Killing Christian Children Constitutes A ‘Hate Crime’

It's only for "them to decide" when the narrative is maintained by deciding in the affirmative

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White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refused to comment Wednesday when asked if the school shooting in Nashville by a trans individual should be classified as a ‘hate crime’.

The transgender terrorist Audrey Hale specifically targeted Christians, killing three children and three teachers at a private school last week.

Yet KJP stated that “It’s not for us to decide” whether the act constitutes a hate crime, when asked by a journalist.


When a shooter killed five people at a LGBTQ+ nightclub in Colorado last year, Biden called it “horrific hate violence,” and stated “We must drive out the inequities that contribute to violence against LGBTQI+ people. We cannot and must not tolerate hate.”

There was no further comment, however when it was revealed that the suspect was a ‘non-binary’ they/them person, and it just went away from the media cycle.

After a teenage gunman killed 10 people and injured three others at a supermarket in Buffalo last year, Biden labeled it “an act of domestic terrorism,” and stated that “an act perpetrated in the name of a repugnant white nationalist ideology, is antithetical to everything we stand for in America. Hate must have no safe harbor. We must do everything in our power to end hate-fueled domestic terrorism.”

The same level of denunciation was noticeably absent when a black supremacist and BLM supporter with a history of anti-white statements, including calling white people “the enemy,” killed five people and injured dozens of others during a Christmas parade.

When it suits the narrative, it’s a hate crime. When it doesn’t, it’s not for Biden to say:

Last week KJP was also pretty sure that the trans community is “under attack right now.”

For the sake of full context, the comments came as a reporter asked Jean-Pierre about the Kentucky legislature overriding the governor’s veto of a bill that restricts aspects of trans youth gender-affirming surgeries and the use of bathrooms. 

Jean-Pierre responded, “we’ve been very clear about these anti-LGBTQ bills that we’re seeing in state legislators — state legislatures across the country, in particular these anti-trans bills, as they attack trans kids, as they attack trans parents. It is — it is shameful. And it is unacceptable.”

Apparently it’s not for the Biden administration to call shooting Christian kids a hate crime, but it is their responsibility to call state legislature to protect children a “shameful attack”.



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