G. McConway
October 26, 2022

McEnany Points Out Downfall of Education on Nation’s Report Card

The nation’s report card is out, and it is not good.

The data shows just how detrimental the COVID lockdowns were to our children’s learning curve.

Our children have fallen way behind in reading and the math scores are showing one of the largest declines in history.

Now the media wants to know why we never had this conversation... only we have.

McEnany Gave the Warning

Jake Tapper recently had a segment on his show talking about how we need to have a bipartisan, non-blame-game discussion on how the lockdowns hurt learning.

He said the conversation never happened, only it did.

As Press Secretary, Kayleigh McEnany stood on that dais and warned everyone of the detriments of keeping schools closed.

Democrats had the power, however, and they allowed teachers’ unions to call the shots.

Some red states defied the mandates, such as Ron DeSantis in Florida, and kept schools open.

In about five years, we may find out the most intelligent people in his country are now coming out of Florida for that very reason.

This segment on “Outnumbered” is about as good as it gets.

It includes McEnany in that moment, as well as Tapper, saying the conversation never happened two years later.

Give it a watch...

What was and is happening to our children is the fault of Democrats and teachers’ unions.

Tapper says we don’t have to point fingers, but we already know where those fingers need to be pointed.

Sources: Fox News & CNN

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