Kayleigh McEnany made an appearance on Fox & Friends to talk about the impact of politics and Big Tech on COVID 19 data.

She exposes the double standards of the current administration


Pete Hegseth: Kayleigh, real quick, you have such a unique perspective having stood at that podium.

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What’s it like to watch Jen Psaki stand there and openly state we are working with Facebook?

In one of the press conferences when she went up with the Surgeon General, they used the phrase misinformation 35 times over the course of that briefing.

Can you imagine a counter argument where you would stand up there and say because of misinformation, whether it’s on the life issue or Second Amendment, we’re going to suppress views from the Left because we’re going to call them misinformation?

I mean it’s Orwellian and it’s happening right out in front of our eyes.


Kayleigh McEnany: Imagine if I would have stood at that podium, Pete, and said we’re censoring the lies about Lafayette Square that President Trump gassed protesters for a photoshoot.

That never happened. Imagine if I had said we’re censoring that. We’re censoring information that, you know, doesn’t agree with the lab leak theory. We’re censoring information on Russian bounties. All those things were lies.

But guess what? In this country, there’s the First Amendment.

You’re allowed to say what you want with very few exceptions. I would have never said that from the podium. She got her administration in a lot of legal trouble. I’m telling you this.

I just tried to make sure I said everything accurately. She’s managed to stumble into a legal morass and I guarantee you there are a few people at the DOJ, at social media who are very unhappy with the things that were said at that podium.


Lawrence Jones: You’re exactly right. And they actually put it in their advisory as well.

Voices that are trusted.

That government gets to decide who are the trusted voices, not the American public.

It is a slippery slope.

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