Disgraced former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany literally defended her time in the Trump administration on Sunday by claiming that she “never lied” because she’s a “Christian.”

Trump’s fourth press secretary, McEnany only served briefly in the position before being ousted via election and succeeded by Jen Psaki, who has brought sanity and truth back to press briefings.

McEnany, however, was complicit with Trump’s corruption and lied for him every single day on just about any and every topic, including the coronavirus pandemic and the 2020 Election results.

Yet McEnany continued lying on Sunday when she insisted that she “never lied” and that we can trust her because she’s “a woman of faith.”

“I never did,” McEnany told a conservative group. “As a woman of faith, as a mother of baby Blake, as a person who meticulously prepared at some of the world’s hardest institutions, I never lied. I sourced my information. Our motto was this: ‘Offense only.’ Because I knew what we were up against. Republicans always get the bad headlines, always get the false stories, always get the lies—if I can use that word—told by the press. There is one standard for Democrats and another for Republicans. And we must be on offense.”

Again, McEnany was and continues to be a serial liar, which is just one reason why CNN did not rehire her as a contributor after her time as press secretary ended. She was even fact-checked by a cartoon.

In addition, one of her Christian Academy teachers blasted her for pretending to be a Christian.

Americans rolled McEnany on Twitter and provided several examples of her lies.

McEnany is a proven liar and she should be banned from all media platforms and forever shunned. She should be especially ashamed of herself for using her child as part of yet another lie because there will come a day when that kid sees the video footage of her lying profusely to the American people and that’s the day she sees shame in her child’s eyes and realizes what she has done. And by then it will be too late for redemption.

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