Jen Psaki was recently blasted by Kayleigh McEnany for crying about forcing sexuality on 5-year-olds rather than showing concern about 62 million babies who have been aborted in the US since Roe vs. Wade and never made it to kindergarten.
The former White House Press Secretary, Kayleigh McEnany called out the current White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, for being emotional over the bills being passed throughout the country to keep classrooms politically neutral. Psaki referred to these bills as cruel and anti-LGBTQIA.
McEnany told Fox News that if any issue in the country was worth crying over then it was the 62 million babies that have been aborted since Roe vs. Wade. This harsh decision has wiped out a potential one-fifth population of the US. She added that these children never even made it to kindergarten because their life was stolen.
On Tuesday, Jen Psaki’s voice reflected emotional distress as she talked in a News Not Noise podcast with Jessica Yellin. Psaki spoke of how hateful anti-LGBTQIA bills are and how they have a harmful impact. Some of the bills she referred to included the Parental Rights in Education bill passed in Florida, and often misrepresented as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill.
Yellin and Psaki commented on these bills being tools for dividing the public and creating a political wedge. Psaki added that she would obviously get emotional over an issue that leads to child bullying and hurts them and their families. She believes the lawmakers are deliberately passing legislation that hurt the sentiments of the children and their families.
About 50% of the bills both podcast members discussed opted for prohibitions on exposing children to sexuality and gender identity in the classroom. The Washington Post referred to these bills as targeting the rights of LGBTQ youth.
Much like McEnany, Douglas Murray from Fox News also agreed that Jen Psaki was crying over an issue that didn’t exist. These laws weren’t targeting the LGBTQ community; it was only protecting children from ideologies that are hardly two years old.