Cary McKenny goes to Oxford, Harvard, Georgetown and says she wasn’t lying in the White House briefing room because she was a Christian.


Former White House spokesman Cary McKenny is holding a copy of the New York Post in the briefing room.

Former White House spokesman Cary McKenny is holding a copy of the New York Post in the briefing room.Alex Won / Getty Images

  • Former spokesman Cary McKenny claims she wasn’t lying to the White House briefing room.

  • She wrote in her next book that she didn’t lie because she went to Harvard, Oxford, and Georgetown.

  • She also writes that she was not deceptive because she was a Christian and a mother.

Former White House spokesman Cary McKenny wrote in her new memoir that she was trained at an elite college and was a Christian, so she didn’t lie to reporters and the general public while serving in the Trump administration. I am.

McKenny recalls being asked by the White House press to swear to never lie from the podium during his first briefing as Donald Trump’s fourth spokesman in May 2020. She promised not to do so and wrote, “For times like this.” She is essentially a true person and is trained.

“Of course, I never lie,” she writes. “How do you get through without procuring Oxford, Harvard, Georgetown? Isn’t there truthful, well-informed, and well-studied information? More importantly, a woman of faith, Christian. And, as a new mother, telling the truth was in me the nature and the center of my family life and the course of faith. “

Throughout her book, Makeny is very critical of the press, except for conservative outlets, has a liberal prejudice, and repeatedly accuses outlets of unfairly reporting on the administration. Her belief that she wouldn’t lie, “Some of the press haven’t stopped spinning things out of context, twisting my words, anticipating the worst, and engaging in personal attacks. I wrote. ‘”

During her time as a spokesman, Makeny mistakenly claimed, Above all:

  • Trump did not downplay the risk of the new coronavirus.

  • Trump won the 2020 presidential election.

  • Mueller’s report concludes with “President Trump’s complete and complete immunity.”

    • A team of special counsel refused to decide whether to prosecute Trump for a crime because of the Justice Department’s legal guidance decades ago. However, “if I am confident after a thorough investigation into the fact that the President apparently did not interfere with the judiciary, I would say so. But based on the facts and applicable legal standards, I We can’t reach that. ” judgement. “

  • After the November 2020 elections in favor of Trump, one million people participated in the Million MAGA March.

    • As an insider Previously reported, Several media outlets estimated the attendance to be somewhere in the thousands, and PolitiFact added: “It’s mathematically impossible for more than 135,000 people to get into the place where Makeny tweeted a photo.”

  • The Democratic Party encouraged widespread fraudulent voting in the 2020 elections.

    • Makeney’s claim was so eccentric that Fox News anchored Neil Kaboot. cut out A few days after the press called for Biden’s election when she was speaking in the briefing room on November 9. “Oh, oh, oh,” he said. “I think we need to be very clear. She accuses the other side of being a scam and an illegal vote. Unless she has the details to back it up, I’ll tell you. I can’t keep showing this. “

  • Biden “[admitted] For fraudulent voting “

    • In October 2020, Makeny tweeted that “Biden admits fraudulent elections,” with a video out of the edited context of the then president interviewing PodSave America. In a full interview, Biden answered questions about what he would say to those who did not vote in the 2020 elections and those who did not plan to vote.he Said: “Republicans are doing everything they can to make it harder for people to vote. I think we have put together the most extensive and comprehensive fraudulent voting organization in the history of American politics.”

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