McEnany Pours It On

PUBLISHED: 4:57 PM 23 May 2020

Press Embarrassed and Shamed After McEnany Lays Out Journalists’ ‘Homework’

This lady is formidable!

Schooled! (Source: Fox 10 Phoenix YouTube Screenshot)

During the final minutes of her press conference yesterday, Secretary Kayleigh McEnany embarrassed and shamed the media by providing them with actual journalist-style homework regarding the illegal actions of the Obama administration during its interference in the 2016 election and attempted coup.

McEnany said:

“I would like to lay out a series of questions, and perhaps if I write them out in a slide format, maybe we’re visual learners, and you guys will follow up with journalistic curiosity.

So, No. 1: Why did the Obama administration use opposition research funded by a political organization and filled with foreign dirt to surveil members of the Trump campaign?

No. 2: Why was Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn unmasked, not by the intel community entirely, but by Obama’s chief of staff, by the former Vice President, Joe Biden, by Susan Rice, by the treasury secretary?”

“I mean, this is extraordinary. And if it were political appointees in the Trump administration, I can guarantee you I’d have questions in my inbox right now, but apparently Obama’s spokesperson does not.

[No.3] Why was Flynn’s identity leaked in a criminal act? It is a criminal act to leak the identity of Michael Flynn to the press, but it happened.”

[No.4] Why did the DOJ Sally Yates learn about the unmasking from President Obama?

No. 5 Why did James Clapper, John Brennan, Samantha Power and Susan Rice privately admit under oath they had no evidence of collusion, while saying the opposite publically?

“It’s a long weekend, you guys have three days to follow up on those questions, and I certainly hope the next time I ask, some hands go up because Obama’s spokesperson should be asked those questions because President Trump’s spokespeople certainly would be.”


How many people want to bet that these questions will NOT be asked by mainstream media journalists?