Kayleigh McEnany slams top House Democrat for 'malicious lie' on GOP's parental rights bill: 'Totally nuts'

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"Outnumbered" co-host Kayleigh McEnany fired backmost astatine House Democrats' "insane" criticism of Republicans' newly-passed "Parents Bill of Rights," Friday, accusing Rep. Hakeem Jeffries of telling a "malicious lie" successful his reside connected nan House floor.


KAYLEIGH MCENANY: Did they each spell retired drinking together? Because that was insane. That was wholly nuts. This statement successful particular, I want to attraction connected Hakeem Jeffries for a 2nd because he is nan apical House Democrat, right? So nan highest location is. For him to make nan claim, "Extreme MAGA Republicans don't want nan children of America to study astir nan Holocaust." What a malicious, egregious, outrageous lie. And I don't usage that connection lightly. But that is simply a lie.

Democratic and Republican leaders took turns accusing nan different statement of being "extreme" aft nan House of Representatives passed the Parents Bill of Rights Act mostly on statement lines.

No Democrats voted for nan legislation, and aft it passed, House Minority Leader Jeffries told reporters nan GOP was attempting to "jam their right-wing ideology down nan throats of students, teachers and parents passim America."

"Extreme MAGA Republicans want to prohibition books connected nan Holocaust. Ban books connected nan Holocaust. Extreme MAGA Republicans want to prohibition books connected Martin Luther King Jr. Extreme MAGA Republicans want to prohibition books connected nan LGBTQ travel successful nan United States of America. Extreme MAGA Republicans moreover want to prohibition a book connected Roberto Clemente and baseball," Jeffries claimed astatine nan play Democratic property convention Friday. "That's their acquisition agenda."

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., besides led a news convention pinch members of his party, returning occurrence astatine nan Democrats for opposing nan bill.

"We person specified an utmost number statement that they couldn't moreover denounce socialism," McCarthy said, referring to a House solution condemning socialism that Democrats opposed. "Such an utmost number statement that thinks you should decriminalize carjacking and moreover immoderate forms of murder. Such an utmost number party, successful nan Democrats, that they deliberation parents shouldn't person a opportunity successful their kids' education." 

Fox News' Chris Pandolfo contributed to this report.