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Kayleigh McEnany Slams Press on Lack of Questions About Americans Killed Over Weekend

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  • Source: Dan Bongino
  • 06/11/2022
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On Monday, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany rebuked the press after most of the question and answer period of the press briefing, instead of focusing on important things such as the crime and murder going on in the inner cities, consisted of inane questions about the President’s tweet this morning lambasting NASCAR’s Bubba Wallace and his race hoax two weeks ago.

Below is the tweet in question:


Of course,  Trump-haters in the media took a snippet of the tweet, which obviously was not the point, and served that up as the day’s issue they posed absurd questions such as why Trump supports flying the confederate flag, or if the president thinks the confederate flag should be flown in D.C.

McEnany responded by asking why these “journalists” apparently chose to focus on a trivial, manufactured fantasy about Trump’s support of the confederate flag, instead of paying attention to the fact that hundreds of people, including five children, were shot and killed in America’s inner-cities over the weekend.

“I was asked probably 12 questions about the confederate flag, this president is about action and I’m a little dismayed that I didn’t receive one question about the deaths in this country over this weekend … I didn’t receive one question about five children who were killed,” McEnany said.

It is for this reason that the media continues to be the enemy of the people. They don’t care about people at all, only about their own Leftist agendas. Collateral damage is irrelevant. And that’s why they’ll never ask tough and pivotal questions about failed Democrat city leadership or the decimation of law and of order. Their only concerns lie with the Evil Orange Man.


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