KAYLEIGH MCENANY: I want to put up a cover that has haunted me ever since I saw it. It’s from last July of The New York Post. I’ll never forget seeing this. This was Davell Gardner. He was a 1-year-old at a barbecue when he lost his life, and that is his casket there.
And you see, it’s colorful, Cocomelon, it’s a cartoon that my daughter watches… This little boy, at 1-year-old, lost his life at a barbecue. And his dad said this: ‘It just hurts. My son is gone. I don’t have nobody. I don’t have somebody to call me daddy, daddy, daddy.’
These are human lives. Where is the ‘Children’s Lives Matter?’ I want that organization to start because this has been happening for more than a year, and blaming this on racism or negative coverage and calling me a ‘Karen’ as Mayor Lori Lightfoot did. That doesn’t solve problems.
Let’s come together, right and left, because I don’t want to see another casket like that of Davell Gardner.
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