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Biden spokesman Jen Psaki shuts down another Fox News reporter

White House spokesman Jen Psaki shut down a Fox News radio reporter who asked about a transgender girl in high school sports on Tuesday-the day after he seemed to mock another staff member of the network.

Asked by White House correspondent Rachel Sutherland about Joe Biden’s executive order against discrimination, Pusaki replied, “I don’t know what your question is … Trance’s rights are human rights.” It was.

Only hours after taking office, the president signed an order titled Preventing and Fighting Discrimination Based on Gender Identity or Propensity.

“Children should be able to learn without worrying about denying access to toilets, changing rooms, or school sports.”

Sutherland asked at a briefing on Tuesday:

“This administration has guidance to schools to address the problems posed by transgender girls competing with Sith girls, as it has caused some proceedings and concerns among parents. Is it? ”

Saki replied: “I don’t know what your question is.”

When Sutherland tried to respond, he added, “the president’s executive order has.” Psaki replied: “I’m familiar with ordering, what was your question about it?”

The Fox News radio host then said:’The problem is that the president is competing with Sith girls in trance girls and local schools by dealing with this kind of conflict that is already starting to occur between level play. Have a message to stakeholders or lead to college scholarships, especially in high school sports.

“Are there any messages or explanations that the White House wants to convey in an executive order?”

Saki replied: “The president’s belief is that transgender rights are human rights, which is why he signed the executive order. When it comes to decisions by colleges and colleges, I will certainly follow them.

White House spokesman Jen Psaki (pictured) dismissed a Fox News radio reporter asking about high school sports transgirl on Tuesday.

White House correspondent Rachel Sutherland, photo, Joe Biden's executive order against discrimination during a press conference on Tuesday

White House correspondent Rachel Sutherland, photo, Joe Biden’s executive order against discrimination during a press conference on Tuesday

Biden’s order states: “Everyone must be treated with respect and dignity and be able to live without fear, no matter who they are or who they love.”

The president said such anti-discrimination policies were “enshrined in national anti-discrimination laws” and consistent with the Supreme Court’s ruling from 2020 prohibiting “discrimination based on someone’s gender identity.” Stated.

Critics say the order could unintentionally discriminate against Sith women. Journalist Abigail Schlier wrote on Twitter last month: “On the first day, Biden unilaterally reveals women’s sports.” The hashtag #BidenErasedWomen has begun to become a trend.

However, LGBT activists say the order was Biden’s attempt to move towards a more inclusive society, as he promised to do in his inaugural address.

Chase Strangio, Deputy Director of Transgender Justice for the American Civil Liberties Union, said: , Unlike his predecessor, follow it.

On Monday, Pusaki also appears to be ridiculing another Fox reporter asking where Biden’s green job is after 1,000 people quit their jobs in the president’s decision to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline. It looked like.

Only hours after taking office, the president signed an order titled Preventing and Fighting Discrimination Based on Gender Identity or Propensity.

Only hours after taking office, the president signed an order titled Preventing and Fighting Discrimination Based on Gender Identity or Propensity. “Children should be able to learn without worrying about denying access to toilets, changing rooms and school sports,” he said.

Peter Doucy asked Pusaki about the shelving of about 11,000 potential jobs following the president’s decision to stop building a pipeline that was supposed to bring oil from Canada to Texas. It was.

“Where can they go to a green job?” Peter Doothy asked Saki at a press conference on Monday afternoon.

“That’s what the administration promised, and now there’s a gap, so I’m just curious when it happens, can those people trust it?” Ducy added.

The question was roundly ridiculed by Pusaki.

“Well, I certainly welcome you to present your data for all the thousands of people who wouldn’t get an eco-friendly job,” Pusaki replied. “Maybe the next time you are here, you can present it.”

But Doothy didn’t give up:’But you said they would get an eco-friendly job. Am I just asking when that happens? He replied.

On Monday, Pusaki also appears to be ridiculing Fox reporter asking where Biden's green job is after 1,000 people lost their jobs in the president's decision to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline. It was.He asked where workers can go for their

On Monday, Pusaki also appears to be ridiculing Fox reporter asking where Biden’s green job is after 1,000 people lost their jobs in the president’s decision to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline. It was.Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doucee asked where workers can go for their “green job”

According to a report by the United Nations of North American Workers, 1,000 union jobs in the Keystone project are likely to “disappear soon” and another 10,000 jobs are likely to disappear.

The 1,210-mile pipeline was to transport up to 830,000 barrels per day from Alberta to Nebraska, and then to a Texas refinery via an existing system.

Biden has pledged to create high-paying union jobs in the green energy sector as part of its impetus to end America’s dependence on fossil fuels.

Saki overwhelmed the criticism and promised Biden to announce an employment plan in the coming weeks.

“He has all the plans to share the details of that plan in the coming weeks,” she said, after being asked how the decision made workers unemployed.

Biden spokesman Jen Psaki shuts down another Fox News reporter

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