Kayleigh McEnany has slammed Jen Psaki after President Joe Biden’s White House press secretary attacked Florida’s new anti-child grooming law.
McEnany spoke out in defense of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis after he recently signed a new bill into Florida law that prohibits talk of sexuality in school from kindergarten to third grade.
Psaki said on a podcast: “What we’re talking about here in Florida, for example … is that families, if you have a kid in a classroom, and I have a kindergartner, right?
“I can imagine her saying, ‘My friend has two moms. My friend has two dads.’
“And the teacher in her classroom, I would hope would say, ‘That’s wonderful. They’re loving parents, and you have a mom and a dad.’
“This is penalizing teachers and educators.
“I mean, it is,” Psaki said.
“There are so many layers of this that are outrageous, and I hope people continue to educate themselves on this because it is a bad side of politics.”
Fox News host Sean Hannity asked Kayleigh:
“Why is there this imperative to – we’re talking about kids from kindergarten, first, second, and third grade – to talk about transgenderism and sexuality at all?
“Especially because we spend more money per student with the worst results in reading, writing, math, science, and computers, why don’t we focus on the basics?
McEnany said: “Exactly, Sean.
“When my daughter goes to school, I don’t want her learning about those things.”
She added that the war in Ukraine, violent crime, and Covid deaths are issues to cry over, not some hypothetical that can be solved at the moment.
“Namely, if you wanna cry about one issue in this country right now, I think the press secretary should cry about the 62 million children that do not exist, that have been aborted because of Roe v. Wade, a heinous, heinous decision in this country that has exterminated about one-fifth of the United States’ population,” McEnany said.
“So if you wanna cry, don’t cry about forcing sexuality on kindergartners.
“That is sick,” she said.
“Cry about the 62 million children who can’t even go to kindergarten.”
Rather than crying about forcing sexuality on Kindergarteners, cry instead for the 62 million children who can never go to Kindergarten! pic.twitter.com/B1ywxMbssy
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) April 20, 2022