McEnany Sandblasts Biden's Entire Staff: 'Naive Neophytes Running The Country'
Kayleigh McEnany roasted Biden and his team of merry screw-ups during an episode of 'Outnumbered'. The co-host took particular offense to Biden's messaging on 9/11. McEnany took a swing at Biden for having nearly 50 years of political experience and how he is still unprepared to handle the position.
McEnany began, "An adept press shop would say, let's move on to this issue. Let's change the talking points. Let's not pull us back by making those really wrongheaded comments at Shanksville as President Biden did. This has just been so wrong. Miranda talked about the history of bad decision-making on Biden. We've seen this."
"He sold us on a bill of goods: 'I've been here for 47 years. I know how it's done.' Well, in reality, we have a group of naive neophytes running the country. That's at least what it feels like," she added.
Yes, they've been in government for decades, but their decision-making just confounds you. Look at just the example of the Bergdahl deal, for instance. 2014/2015, Psaki praised that deal," McEnany scoffed.
Adding, "Blinken, the secretary of state, said we've mitigated the threat from these terrorists that we're handing overseas. We haven't mitigated it. They're running the country of Afghanistan now.
McEnany concluded with [for] "the former CIA director for Obama to say you have inspired jihadists around the world. This is Obama's CIA director who's saying this on the Sunday shows, it's amazing."
Biden has stirred up so much potential trouble for future generations that it's unbelievable no one has drawn up impeachment articles yet. Nearly every expert not on Biden's payroll has gone on record saying that American is at risk for another 9/11 attack.
McEnany is an American conservative political commentator and author who served as the 33rd White House press secretary for the Trump administration from April 2020 to January 2021. She currently serves as an on-air contributor for Fox News. She may not have 50 years in politics, like Biden, but seems to know more about foreign relations and American security than anyone on Biden's team.