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Kayleigh McEnany Shuts Down Hillary Clinton: “Why is there zero discussion about when the child feels pain?”

Former White House spokesperson and current Fox News star Kayleigh McEnany shut down failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over abortion rights. Hillary said of a clip of Mehmet Oz debating John Fetterman the other night:

“Every voter should see this clip of Mehmet Oz, the Republican candidate for Senate in Pennsylvania, claiming that abortion should be a decision between ‘women, doctors, and local political leaders.’ Your body. Their choice.”

Enter Kayleigh McEnany: “’Your body. Their choice.’ says @HillaryClinton. Shouldn’t that phrase apply to the baby as well? At what point is the child’s body recognized? Oh, and why is there ZERO discussion about when the child feels pain?”

Kayleigh is good, so good some are saying she reinvented the game. The future governor of Arizona and a rising star in GOP politics Kari Lake thinks so.

Lake is running a campaign where she ignored the mainstream media and did not spend huge sums on television advertising.

Instead, she ran a grassroots campaign and whenever the media came to heckle her she fired right back. Like she did recently when the media questioned her about election denying.

She said: “Let’s talk about election deniers here are examples of Democrats denying elections.” Lake read a list of Dem deniers before reminding them what Hillary Clinton has said. Lake quoted Hillary saying: “George W. Bush was selected not elected” and “Trump is an illegitimate president.”

Lake praised Kayleigh McEnany for “showing us the way” in how to deal with media.

“I took a page out of your playbook, Kayleigh, I took a page out of your playbook,” Lake said. “You really did show us how to do it and turn the tables on these hypocrites in the fake news.”

“Thank you for showing us the way,” added Lake, who is running against Katie Hobbs, Arizona’s Democratic secretary of state. Hobbs is under fire from all sides for not debating Lake.

According to Fox10:

With less than 2 weeks to go before the November election, Republican Kari Lake leads Democrat Katie Hobbs by 11 percentage points.

Only about 2% of voters are undecided.

Pollster Matt Towery believes that Hobbs’ reluctance to debate Lake may be a reason why the gap has widened in recent weeks.

According to InsiderAdvantage, Lake is polling higher among older adults and Hispanics.

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