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Appearing on Fox News, Kayleigh McEnany reacted to favorable election results for Republicans last night in Virginia and argued they have the Biden White House in “hiding” after a “shellacking” by Republicans.

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Kayleigh McEnany Says She Has Broken Heart Over NYPD Officer’s Ambush Murder: “Just 22 years old”

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Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany revealed she has a broken heart over the tragic death of a New York City policeman. Officer Jason Rivera was slain and Officer Wilbert Mora was critically injured after walking into an ambush by Lashawn McNeil.

The NYPD received a 911 call from Shirley Sourzes who was having a dispute with her son in a Harlem apartment at 5:09 p.m.“He is threatening to do things to her,” the 911 log said. “He is in the house now.”

The police thought he was unarmed but McNeil opened fire killing Rivera and wounding Mora. “His mental state is very distorted, and that’s all I can say,” said Shirley Sourzes, Lashawn McNeil’s mother. McNeil is in a Harlem hospital after being shot by a third officer.

“This was just not an attack on three brave officers,” New York’s mayor said. “This was an attack on the City of New York” and “an attack on the children and families of this city.”

The NYPD said:

“Tonight, we mourn the loss of a hero officer — a son, husband, and friend. Only 22 years old, Police Officer Jason Rivera was murdered in the line of duty. 

“We vow to #NeverForget Jason as his fellow Finest vow to honor his tremendous legacy of service & the ultimate sacrifice.”

McEnany responded saying: “My heart is broken to learn of the murder of NYPD Officer Jason Rivera, just 22 years old.”

“I will be praying for his family and for NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora, who is in critical condition. Please join me in prayer.”

From The New York Post:

Rivera, Mora and a third cop had arrived at 119 West 135th Street’s apartment 1D and spoke to the woman and another one of her sons in the living room before walking down a long narrow hallway to check on McNeil.

The alleged killer then swung the door open and opened fire on the officers, according to previous descriptions. He was shot by the third officer as he tried to flee the apartment and remained in critical condition.

At 6:22, three requests for a “bus,” police jargon for an ambulance, were made over 10-second period. Twenty-one seconds later, the emergency vehicle was en route to 119 West 135th St., according to the log.

A “Level 1 Mobilization … in regards to 3 MOS shot” was requested at 6:24, meaning a deployment of emergency resources were needed for three members of service that had been shot.

Four seconds later, officials clarified that two officers had been shot.

The NYPD said:

“Tonight, we mourn the loss of a hero officer — a son, husband, and friend. Only 22 years old, Police Officer Jason Rivera was murdered in the line of duty. 

“We vow to #NeverForget Jason as his fellow Finest vow to honor his tremendous legacy of service & the ultimate sacrifice.”

McEnany responded saying: “My heart is broken to learn of the murder of NYPD Officer Jason Rivera, just 22 years old.”

“I will be praying for his family and for NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora, who is in critical condition. Please join me in prayer.”

From The New York Post:

Rivera, Mora and a third cop had arrived at 119 West 135th Street’s apartment 1D and spoke to the woman and another one of her sons in the living room before walking down a long narrow hallway to check on McNeil.

The alleged killer then swung the door open and opened fire on the officers, according to previous descriptions. He was shot by the third officer as he tried to flee the apartment and remained in critical condition.

At 6:22, three requests for a “bus,” police jargon for an ambulance, were made over 10-second period. Twenty-one seconds later, the emergency vehicle was en route to 119 West 135th St., according to the log.

A “Level 1 Mobilization … in regards to 3 MOS shot” was requested at 6:24, meaning a deployment of emergency resources were needed for three members of service that had been shot.

Four seconds later, officials clarified that two officers had been shot.

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[VIDEO] McEnany blasts Biden admin for ‘appalling lies’ on border crisis

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Fox News’ Kayleigh McEnany sounded off on the Biden administration for ‘lie after lie’ about the situation at the border, highlighting specific comments from DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and White House press secretary Jen Psaki that made make “no sense.” Despite Mayorkas’ statement in Texas that the border is closed, the administration is being forced to acknowledge the crisis as thousands of migrants are waiting at the International Bridge into Del Rio. 

KAYLEIGH MCENANY: It’s simply amazing. As [Biden’s] saying this, what is happening on the Hill is Senator Hawley is grilling Mayorkas, who is testifying about his plan. Hawley said in private, ‘You told me you had a plan. When will this plan stop working?’ To which Mayorkas replied, ‘It is working.’ To have the audacity to say something like that – it’s an outright lie. We’ve heard lie after lie. Just yesterday, Mayorkas said the border is not open. Oh, wait. But migrant crossings are at a 21-year high. There’s no crisis, he says. 

But there were, over the weekend, 14,000  – that was the high number – folks under the bridge sitting in human excrement. That’s half the population of Del Rio. I think that’s defined as a crisis. And then the most appalling lie from Jen Psaki saying they don’t intend to stay. Right. They traveled 1,900 miles to sit in human excrement and build tents, makeshift structures out of trash bags. That’s what they did. That makes no sense. And we all see these lies.

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[VIDEO] McEnany:The Biden admin was caught flat-footed

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The ‘Outnumbered’ panel reacts to Biden’s Afghanistan withdrawal and Americans stranded in the country.

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