Kayleigh McEnany Says Psaki Should Cry About Aborted Children Instead Of Florida’s Parental Rights Bill

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Nicole Silverio Media Reporter
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Fox News host Kayleigh McEnany said White House press secretary Jen Psaki should cry about aborted children rather than laws preventing children from learning about sexual orientation.

McEnany reacted to Psaki crying over Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill and leaders throughout the country who she claimed are “bullying” LGBTQ children during an interview on the “News Not Noise” podcast.

“The Left has a sick obsession with their children. Just take a look at today, the last 24 hours of the White House, they want to force face coverings on 2-year-olds on airplanes and force teach them about sexuality and gender ideology in kindergarten,” she began. “And of all the issues to cry and get upset about, Sean, there’s a war in Ukraine, there is bloodshed in our streets, children literally dying on the streets from crime that is totally out of control and rampant. There is COVID where more Americans have died on Joe Biden’s watch than on President Trump’s.”

“There’s a lot to cry about, namely, if you want to cry about this 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. So if you want to cry, don’t cry about forcing sexuality on kindergarteners, that is sick. Cry about the 62 million children who can’t even go to kindergarten.”

Psaki called the newly-passed laws and orders in Florida, Texas and Alabama a “political wedge” in an attempt to win a culture war in the interview. She teared up describing the kids “who are bullied” and “hurt” by political leaders who have placed restrictions on education and surgeries for LGBTQ kids. (RELATED: McEnany: How Can Biden Run For A Second Term If He Needs The Easter Bunny To Save Him From Reporters)

“I’m going to get emotional about this issue because it’s horrible. It’s like kids who are bullied, and all these leaders are taking steps to hurt them, and hurt their lives, and hurt their families,” the press secretary said. “And you look at some of these laws in these states, and it is going after parents who are in loving relationships, who have kids. It’s completely outrageous.”

The Florida bill prohibits classroom discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity in grades K-3 and requires school districts to notify parents about any changes to their child’s physical, mental or emotional health, except in cases of child abuse.

In Texas, Republican Gov. Greg Abbott ordered the state’s Department of Family and Protective Services to investigate families with children undergoing sex reassignment surgeries and treatments for possible child abuse. The Alabama legislature also passed a bill that criminalizes all sex change treatments for children with a penalty of up to ten years imprisonment for doctors performing the treatments.