Fox News contributor Kayleigh McEnany used her segment to express outrage over an article from the Associated Press that gives an instance of President Joe Biden “speaking volumes by whispering.” McEnany worked for a man that only knew how to scream at individuals he disagreed with, so it’s not surprising that she’s upset that the AP reported that “The White House and communications experts say Biden’s whispering is just this veteran politician’s old-school way of trying to make a connection while emphasizing a point.”
“Yikes,” McEnany said. “That’s President Biden using the tactic of whispering during his speeches and press conferences. The White House communications experts say it’s a way for him to connect with voters.”
Oh no, we can’t have that.
“It’s yet another example of the media seemingly treating Democrats and Biden differently than Republicans,” she continued to say. “Going back to the whispering, the press defends Biden a lot. But for the [Associated Press] to cite an expert saying this is an intimate form of communication — I think it’s a creepy one.”
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A guest on this show agreed, saying, “A whispering president with a history of sniffing women’s hair makes a lot of Americans uncomfortable.”
Yes,” McEnany replied to the guest.
Co-host Emily Compagno weighed in to say that she doesn’t find it comforting.
“On the whispering, you guys, I’m sorry, but when someone whispers in that candyman, Shelter Island, freakshow way, I do not feel connected,” she said. “I feel frightened.”
“Yeah, that’s right,” McEnany insisted. “It’s very odd.”
That’s a pathetic attack on Biden after we went through four long years with Bloaty McBatshit at the helm, screaming at reporters — especially woman reporters — while lashing out at his critics at rallies and on Twitter. Obviously, they don’t have anything on President Biden, so they’re reaching for straws. As for biased media, McEnany, like her former boss, is projecting again.
As for Biden whispering, “It’s an intimate form of communication,” said Vanessa Beasley, associate professor of communication studies at Vanderbilt University. How dare he try to communicate with us with a civil and measured tone.
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