Kayleigh McEnany after Oakland City Council meeting: ‘We have a moral crisis’

by Jason Collins

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Kayleigh McEnany shares her shock at the level of moral depravity in the U.S. that has been revealed after remarks from public speakers at an Oakland City Council special meeting say that the Hamas massacre didn’t happen. 

Co-host of Fox News’ Outnumbered and former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany has shared her shock and dismay at the deep level of moral decay that has been exposed within the U.S.

McEnany refers to the comments of support for Hamas during a six-hour-long town hall meeting where Hamas supporters clashed with pro-Israel supporters. The Daily Mail reported that the meeting was held to vote on a permanent ceasefire. However, things got heated during the debate. 

Fox News reported some of the comments made during the meeting, with some speakers believing that the October 7 massacre where Hamas attacked and killed about 1,200 people was “fabricated.” According to Fox News, a woman told the city council, “The notion that this is a massacre of Jews is a fabricated narrative.” 

McEnany expressed her shock at the comments, saying that the ongoing Israel and Hamas war “has exposed a level of moral depravity in our country and across the globe that I was shocked, and quite frankly was unaware existed.”

McEnany talks about Israeli posters being pulled down and Jewish students at universities being chased, saying, “I’m scared for our country. I’m scared for our world.” These actions from pro-Hamas supporters, coupled with rampant rioting across America, are what President Trump has vowed to quell

The Oakland City Council had a moral obligation to condemn Hamas in its vote, which it failed to do, according to McEnany. Fox News shared that the council had voted 6-2 to reject proposed amendments that condemned Hamas’s killing and kidnapping of Israelis.   

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