Kayleigh McEnany Makes a List of a ‘Whole Lot of Things’ That the Media Has ‘Been Wrong About’

Earlier, we reported that former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany hammered the media after a recently released IG report vindicated former President Donald Trump in regards to the “Bible photo op.”

McEnany has not let up and has released an additional pair of tweets where she slammed those in the media further, even compiling a list on things they have “been wrong about.”

In the first tweet, McEnany shared a Washington Examiner article which reported that a study “shows hydroxychloroquine and zinc treatments increased coronavirus survival rate by almost three times.”

McEnany asked, “Remember when the media mocked and derided Trump for mentioning hydroxychloroquine?”

Answering her own question, McEnany then exclaimed, “I DO!”

Liberal respondents attempted to downplay the study by noting that it was reported by what is considered to be a more conservative news outlet Washington Examiner or that the study supposedly wasn’t reliable.

In a follow-up tweet, McEnany made a list and said, “The media has been WRONG about a whole lot…

  • Lafayette Square
  • Russian bounties
  • Wuhan lab
  • Vaccine timeline
  • Hunter Biden
  • GA election call (WaPo had to correct after audio leaked)

AND MORE!”

Previously, we reported:

An IG report released yesterday vindicated former President Donald Trump, who was accused of clearing Lafayette Park across from the White House so that he could hold a “bible photo op” by the media and many on the left.

According to the report, they had only learned of his interest in surveying the site hours after they already had begun planning to clear the area to put up new fencing.

Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, who was treated with hostility by reporters like CNN’s Jim Acosta over the event, hammered the media on Twitter after the revelations.

“Here we go again! Episode 100 in ‘the press was wrong, Trump was right!’ I said this from the podium endlessly,” McEnany said in a tweet where she shared an ABC News article on the report.

McEnany explained, “But only now do they finally report the truth: ‘Police did not clear Lafayette Park area so Trump could hold ‘Bible’ photo op: Watchdog.’”