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Fox News’ Kayleigh McEnany today had harsh words for Joe Biden, asking why he ‘himself’ hasn’t condemned the “deranged” man who “showed up” to kill Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh at his home yesterday.

On “Outnumbered,” McEnany asked, “Where is the media? And since the media won’t ask the question, I will: Where are you, President Biden? Where are you Vice President Kamala Harris?”

“Because I can tell you this, any time there was any form of violence orhatred or bigotry, I, as the press secretary, would be asked immediately by the media what the president’s stance on it was… We’ve gotten the statement from the press secretary. We’ve gotten the statement from the deputy. What about the leader of the free world?” McEnany pointed out.

McEnany then noted, “And he had ample opportunity. He walked out on the South Lawn. The press is right there… Then you arrive at Joint Base Andrews. You pass the press on your way up the stairs – I think the ones he fell down, by the way, on his way up. Then he had that off the record. You could have said, ‘Hey, guys, on the record really quick, I condemn the violence.’ Then he had Jimmy Kimmel. Then you have the vice president giving a speech. That was five opportunities. We get silence from Joe and Kamala.”

In a tweet, McEnany shared a clip from the show and asked again, “Why hasn’t President Biden HIMSELF condemned the deranged individual who showed up to kill Justice Kavanaugh?”

As we reported yesterday, McEnany wasted no time circling back to a previous statement made by former White House press secretary Jen Psaki.

“In light of the Kavanaugh news, first question to the White House today should be: “Does President Biden stand by this?” PSAKI: “And we certainly continue to encourage that outside of judges’ homes and that’s the president’s position.”

“UPDATE: White House has condemned man near Kavanaugh’s home in custody Now, address Psaki encouraging illegal (18 U.S. Code § 1507) protests: “…protests that have been peaceful to date — & we certainly continue to encourage that — outside of judges’ homes”

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