(FreedomWire.org) – Reporters snap back at  White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Thursday after she told them they would have the opportunity to ask President Biden questions from the press pool at an upcoming meeting with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar.

The exchange happened during the daily White House press briefing after Jean-Pierre was questioned over why there was not a joint press conference scheduled between Biden and Varadkar, who is set to visit Washington, D.C., on Friday.

“Can you say why not and whether that might be added to the schedule tomorrow? This is kind of becoming a pattern with a lot of the world leaders who are coming to the White House,” a reporter asked Jean-Pierre.

“I’ve spoken to this many times… I’ve brought it up many times and I gave an explanation that these are diplomatic conversations that happen with the countries that are visiting, and it is something that is decided in that way,” Jean-Pierre responded.

“You’re going to have an opportunity, or your colleagues are going to have an opportunity, to ask questions during the pool spray at the Oval that happens every time a head of state visits. So that is an opportunity to be able to pose a question to the president or the head of state that is visiting at the White House on that day,” she added.

Reporters immediately started pushing back, with one saying, “But he never answers questions during those periods,” referring to Biden.

“That’s not true. He’s answered questions,” Jean-Pierre responded.

The room then erupted, with one reporter saying they get “yelled at” when they try to ask questions, and another saying reporters get “shouted down” by members of the White House staff whenever they try to ask questions.

Jean-Pierre attempted to speak, but continued getting peppered with complaints from the reporters.

“I hear you guys. I hear you guys. I hear you guys,” she finally said, chuckling. “Look, the two-plus-two is something that is done in coordination with the country that is visiting. That is not something that is unilaterally decided. That is something that is in discussion with the other country.”

She avoided directly answering the reporters’ concerns over Biden not answering questions, and reiterated that they would have an “opportunity” to ask questions of the two leaders on Friday.

“I cannot speak to who is going to take questions or who is not going to take questions.” she said. “As you know, this is a president that takes shouted questions often, but the two-plus-two is not a unilateral decision. It is a decision that happens with the visiting country in coordination with them.”

Biden, however, didn’t answer questions during the meeting with the Irish Prime Minister. He instead sat there smirking while reporters were again asked to leave.

Reporters are becoming more and more frustrated with Biden refusing to take questions when he is done speaking. He finishes reading the teleprompter and turns and just walks away.

(FreedomWire.org) – A national security correspondent for The New York Times said the media’s coverage of the Capitol Riot was “overblown” and that the events of Jan. 6, 2021 were “no big deal,” according to undercover video released Tuesday by Project Veritas.

NYT correspondent Matthew Rosenberg and his colleagues have described the reported presence of FBI plants among the rioters outside of the U.S. Capitol a year earlier as a “reimagining” of the “attack.” But in the Project Veritas video, which appears to have been recorded without his knowledge, Rosenberg paints a different picture and claims that “there were a ton of FBI informants amongst the people who attacked the capitol.” 

“I know I’m supposed to be traumatized,” Rosenberg said in the video, “but like, all these colleagues who were in the (Capitol) building and are like, ‘Oh my God it was so scary!’ I’m like, ‘f@#k off!’”

In the video, Rosenberg described the day of the Capitol Riot as “fun,” although he previously reported that the event was “a violent interruption to the transition of power,” according to Project Veritas. “It was like, me and two other colleagues who were there outside and we were just having fun,” Rosenberg said.