Sunday, September 20, 2015

At the first Republican debate a few weeks ago, Megyn Kelly tried to save her struggling television show by going after Donald Trump in front of millions of people.

Unfortunately for her, this turned out to be a huge mistake.

The backlash against Kelly for her inexcusable behavior during the debate was swift. Over 50,000 people signed a petition demanding she be banned from ever hosting a debate again, and even her co-anchors at Fox started to turn on her.

After the backlash, however, Kelly found herself being praised by liberals, who viewed her as a “victim” in the Trump incident. Rumors began to circulate that Kelly was planning to leave Fox so that she could “go mainstream,” and her latest move appears to suggest that that’s exactly what she’s doing.

Kelly continued to submit to liberals this weekend when she defended Obama after an audience member claimed that the president could be a Muslim. Kelly made the comments when she was discussing the recent incident in which Trump did not disagree with a heckler who called Obama a Muslim.

“He’s NOT a Muslim,” Kelly fired back at the man, according to Conservative Tribune.

“Well, we don’t know … ” the panelist continued, to which Kelly said, “We do know.”

At this point another panelist jumped up and pointed out that even 25% of Democrats are skeptical of Obama’s Christianity. The smart man then added that it’s not Trump’s responsibility to correct someone for a theory that millions of Americans believe in.

“The question may be ugly, but I don’t think it’s necessarily the responsibility of any particular candidate to own what Americans say,” he explained.

We applaud this audience member for putting Megyn Kelly in her place. Frankly, we are SICK of this woman!

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