Fox News’ Kayleigh McEnany addressed the Katie Couric controversy involving recent revelations that she decided to “protect” the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by leaving out comments critical of anthem kneelers.
In a tweet, McEnany said, “What do you know…” and called Couric a “leftist ‘journalist'” who “decided to ‘protect’ RBG by editing out her comments critical of anthem kneelers.”
“Can’t say I’m surprised!” McEnany declared.
What do you know… Leftist "Journalist" Katie Couric decided to "protect" RBG by editing out her comments critical of anthem kneelers. Can't say I'm surprised!— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) October 14, 2021
Coming up on @OutnumberedFNC at noon where we will discuss it all. Join us!
On “Outnumbered” McEnany read off the comments that were omitted by Couric in her 2016 report on RBG and then said “I thought journalists share the facts as they are and not what they want them to be, it doesn’t appear to be that way with Katie.”
After others on the panel weighed in, McEnany “and to ‘protect’ people who she admires, when she said that she was protecting Ruth Bader Ginsburg and you know this Emily more than anyone RBG had an independent streak to her, she criticized Roe vs Wade despite being pro-choice and here with her independent streak again, did she really need ‘protecting’ from Katie Couric?”
Co-host Emily Compagno responded that she believes it is “narcissistic” of Couric and called it “too little, too late.”
McEnany then describes the backstory on the situation where Couric chose to go with the recommendation of New York Times’ David Brooks.
Pointing out the bias from Couric, McEnany concluded her part segment by asking, “Would Scalia have gotten the same treatment? Would Alito have gotten the same treatment? Would Donald Trump have gotten the same treatment?”
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