The Pardu

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Friday, December 13, 2013

Megyn Kelly Absent After Racist Remarks!

CBS News gave its viewers this and eventually broadcast the Benghazi story.

Fox News promoted Megyn Kelly and eventually aired a revealing dose of Fox News racism.

While some of our readers did not care for our honest assessment of Megyn Kelly's crass, unintelligent and extremely insensitive remarks to her white over 35 years of age audience, we will continue to report on the story. Her comments were racist beyond those often spoken by white supremacist and the occasional moronic utterances from the Ku Klux Klan. She made Rick Santorum's "Blah People" remarks appears as nugatory.  Actually Kelly's remarks ran her up to a solid second place among media hosts who offer racist utterances to welcome ears. She trials only the consistent ever disgusting Limbaugh. 

No matter the construction, matter the intent, her remarks have become an entry into the annuals of US race relations and validation of the full scope of "white privilege." While no Santa aged kids watch her show, think of the scope of Kelly;s remarks. The black family or Latino family who may have been foolish enough to watch the show live, could not help, but gulp at her crass remarks. Her remarks also delivered clear "we are of the same mind" to people who openly or covertly harbor deep rooted racial paradigms or who are actually racist.  We are not going to blanket the spectrum of Fox News viewers, but we think it safe to posit many more biases, bigoted and racist news viewers tune to Fox vs other media.  

Kelly's remarks would never cross the lips of people who work for MSNBC (not even Joe Scarborough or Chuck Todd), and despite CNN's clear affinity for and move to the poli/social Right, here comments would not fit their news model. 

Kelly's memorable comments.....
“For all you kids watching at home, Santa just is white,” Kelly said. “But this person is just arguing that maybe we should also have a black Santa. But Santa is what he is.”

“Just because it makes you feel uncomfortable doesn’t mean it has to change, you know?” she added. “I mean, Jesus was a white man too. He was a historical figure, that’s a verifiable fact, as is Santa — I just want the kids watching to know that.”
The Raw Story 

Where’s Megyn Kelly? Fox host misses own show after racial comments on Santa and Jesus (via Raw Story )
After helping websites all over the Internet make money Thursday for reporting her claim that both Santa Claus and Jesus Christ were white, Megyn Kelly’s employers decided to give her the night off. The Fox News host missed her 9 p.m. “Kelly File…

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