Earlier today, we reported on White House press secretary Jen Psaki’s comments when asked about President Joe Biden’s past condemnation of Kyle Rittenhouse during a press briefing.
Psaki claimed that she wasn’t going to comment about the on-going trial, but then proceeded to try to give a “bad people on both sides” generalization which seemed like a comment on what happened last summer in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
“We shouldn’t have, broadly speaking, vigilantes patrolling our communities with assault weapons,” Psaki said at the press briefing, which is how many on the left view what Rittenhouse did.
Fox News’ Kayleigh McEnany wasn’t impressed with the “broadly speaking” no comment and she made her feelings known in an appearance on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show, blasting the press secretary.
“If you really don’t want to comment on an ongoing case, guess what Sean, you don’t comment on an ongoing case,” McEnany insisted.
McEnany explained, “But Jen Psaki said ‘I won’t comment on an ongoing case’ but wink, wink, nudge, nudge, ‘We’re against the vigilantes with an assault rifle’ aka those are the buzzwords of MSNBC, those are the buzzwords of CNN who have called this man, young man, 17 years old when this altercation happened, they called him deeply racist, analogized him to a school shooter.”
“Come out and apologize for what he said because the commander in chief should not be villianizing a 17 year old young man,” McEnany urged.
It will be interesting to see what happens if Rittenhouse is indeed found not guilty as McEnany suggested as well and what the response will be from the White House.
Stay tuned to Media Right News for updates on the trial.
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